This is going to be short but sweet. I wanted to quickly share with you what I’m currently using for organization and planning during these past few months. This minimalistic approach to planning resulted from my desire to fulfill at least one of the many pretty notebooks I bought in my online spending sprees.
Are you considering creating a side hustle but not sure what to do? Do you want to sell planners but can’t design even if your life depends on it? Or maybe you simply don’t have enough time in a day to spend creating and designing something to sell? If you answered YES on even one of those questions, please continue reading this blog post.
The fact is that some people achieve much more, are less stressed and are generally happier with their time schedule. Maybe someone has more or less money, opportunity and abilities, but we all have the same time. A lot of people are looking for a magic potion to prolong their time, although somewhere deep down they are aware that they have all the tools they need to organize their time in a way that suits them in order to achieve maximum results.
There are a lot of reasons why things sometimes don’t go according to our plans, and I agree that sometimes you really can’t prevent bad circumstances. But for all other cases, make sure you’re not exactly the reason all your plans fail. We often sabotage ourselves and here are the most common ways we do it.
What would I do without my planners? If you’re trying to find the right way to organize your time, and thus increase your productivity, you’ve probably thought about using a planner. With the advent of smart devices, numerous applications for similar purposes have appeared. What to choose: a traditional paper planner or a phone app? Read what my experiences are and what I recommend to you.