Getting a new planner each year is so much fun, especially knowing the entire planner will be filled with amazing memories by the end of the year. When searching for a planner there are so many features to choose from. You want to make sure you choose an AT-A-GLANCE® that’s right for you, so read these quick tips on finding the planner for you!
- First things first, decide if you want a daily, weekly, or monthly planner. It’s all about preference and how detailed you want your planning to be. If you’re a detail oriented person and want space for all your plans, consider a daily planner. If you like to see the big picture consider, a weekly planner. If you just need a quick glance at your day think about a monthly planner.
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School and college are around the corner. Although it doesn’t seem like it yet, you need to be organized and prepared for school to keep track of your assignments, readings, projects, and work schedule. You need a place to write everything down that’s going on in school, work, and most importantly, the fun stuff—like going to the movies. After all, you’ll need a break from all that hard work! To keep track of your schedule and stay organized, there is no better place to write down all of your deadlines and exciting plans than in a stylish AT-A-GLANCE® planner. Continue reading Get The Look
There’s an easy way you can enjoy better time management in your life: make daily planning a habit.
Here are a few key guidelines for making time management a habit:
• Set your “Plan Time:” Choose a specific time each day for your planning activities. For example, you can devote 5 minutes over breakfast each morning and hold a 15-minute weekly review every Sunday afternoon. Setting a schedule keeps you accountable and makes planning a normal everyday life activity.
• Commit for 1 month: Make a goal for yourself that says you will unfailingly stick to your planning system for one month. You’ll start feeling a sense of progress and accomplishment with each passing day. Be sure to write your goal date into your planner so you can celebrate your success. Then, commit to another month of planning.
• Be realistic: Start at a planning level that feels manageable. For example, you might want to start simple and keep just a weekly schedule and to-do list. Don’t attempt a process that may overwhelm you. Once you get the ball rolling, you can add activities such as monthly goal setting and time tracking.
• Carry it: Keep your planner with you at all times, and spend a few minutes reviewing your plans during downtime at work or at home.
Read the rest of the tips at the AT-A-GLANCE Planning Center…