For me there is a strong link between journaling and planning and they often merge into one. Using a planner as a record of what has happened as well as a tracker for things to reflect on is something that I have realised works for me. Here are some of the ways that I have incorporated journaling into my planners.
Back in March, just before we were subjected to the endless uncertainty of 2020, I did a blog on a week in the life of my planners where I shared the use of my different planners during a week. 8 Months on, we’re entering a second Lockdown and a time to review my planners, what I’m using and what I may use for 2021. This is my planner week which starts on a Thursday.
I am definitely in the midst of a planner crisis at the moment and fidgeting all over the place. I can’t completely make a decision on what I want to use or the different parts of my set up that I want. I have used multiple planners over the past couple of weeks, which has thrown One Book July completely out the window.
Hello, Stickeraters! Today, I wanted to share with you a flip-through of a whole year in my Passion Planner Pro. I started using it in July 2019 as a way of planning and tracking how I was trying to improve my physical health, but it quickly morphed into an every-day weekly schedule planner.