I’m very picky about my planners. The simpler, the better. All I need is a planner with a place to write down everything I have for each day. No frills, pockets, or dividers. But, I do have multiple planners. That’s right, three total. One for my daily life, gratitude, and mental health.
Daily Life Planner:
This is my go-to planner, where I keep track of my appointments and daily schedule. Also, I write down my monthly bills and when I make a payment. As you can tell, there is nothing special or fancy about this method and I love it!
I call it a planner; however, it serves as more of a journal. At the end of every day, I write down five things I’m grateful for. I’m excited to read back through the past 365 days at the end of the year!
Mental Health Planner:
Again, this is more of a journal, but every day I write down how I felt. Was I depressed? Happy? Anxious? This activity allows me to keep track of my feelings and my ups and downs.
Looking for the right planner for you and don’t know where to begin? Try these tips below:
- Remember a planner is a tool that must be used.
- Choose your layout and planner size. Do you like a large planner or small? How about your days displayed weekly, daily, or monthly?
- Choose your style.
- Decide which extras you need for your planner.
- Choose your binding preference.