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It’s that time of year! January is right around the corner, so getting a new planner to stay organized is a must. No matter what your level of busy-ness is, a planner can help you stay on task. So which one is the best planner for you? Here are some choices to help you decide.
Homemaker’s Friend by Sue Hooley
This is for: Those who want to contain all their planning in one place
What I like about it: Space for Meal Planning plus perforated grocery lists
Happy Planner by Me & My Big Ideas
This is for: Creative Types who love to decorate everything and could have a degree in scrapbooking
What I like about it: STICKERS! Plus the freedom to be in control of how things look
Minimalist Planner by Action Publishing
This is for: Those who don’t want the extra designs and frills (or maybe just want the freedom to add their own?)
What I like about it: A LOT of space
This is for: Those who are juggling a lot of balls in the air
What I like: Goal-setting, personal reflection, and target sections to evaluate priorities
What I Chose for 2018
This is for: Those who want one place for their goals, plans, action steps, and notes
What I like: Vision board, Sermon Notes, Daily Action Tracker, and Reflection spaces
Bonus like: This is a veteran-owned business
It is no longer found on Amazon, but you can purchase it at the following link. You can also download a PDF version to use to see if it is the perfect fit for you!
What planner do you use?
Whatever one you use, from a dollar store calendar to something more complex, it will never help you unless you actually use it. And the key to using it is to be consistent. I can’t be the only one who has purchased one, wrote every birthday and appointment I could remember during the first week, then forgotten about it and never used it again. That’s a waste of money, but also your time since you’re not using something to assist in time management and planning. So give one a shot and commit to it. And let me know what you choose!