Here’s an excerpt:
For the first time in a long time, my personal planning system went completely digital for 2014.
It worked well for a while, but as my schedule continues to grow, I find I’m not able to maintain my digital calendar like I used to. So this year, I’m shifting back towards paper, and needless to say, I have been inundated with what seems like hundreds of planning options!
From free printables, to spiral bound notebooks, to even creating a DIY planner from a Moleskine journal……the journey to find that perfect planning system has been incredibly overwhelming to say the least. I can’t even begin to imagine how it must feel to those don’t know where or how to start, especially if you’ve never picked out a planner before.
As I’ve done much of my own planner research, I thought it would be fun to share a few tips I picked up along the way, particularly what I consider to be the 3-step process to picking the perfect planner.
While I’m not going to advocate for or recommend a specific planner in this post, you’ll be well on your way to choosing an effective planning method all by yourself, and just in time for the new year!