So much for my “last” post months ago, LOL!:) To briefly update: I think I understand the Bullet Journal concept and I certainly admire the people involved in it and the concept, of course, is brilliant. It’s a wonderful way to stay on top of the many things life throws at you. I actually did … More One book July…. sort of:)
Hope you enjoyed your holidays and wishing you all the best this coming New Year has to offer you. This is likely my last blogpost. I enjoy interacting with others who have my interests but I doubt I really have much more to offer. As one can see, there is not much I have posted … More Happy New Year:)!
So, if I understood the website translation correctly, Hobonichi discontinued its plastic covers for their Weeks planners? Luckily, they can be found in various online Etsy shops, for a reasonable price or on amazon.com (at least a couple of weeks ago) for not-so-reasonable prices. Davaoartsandcrafts sold me mine – and did a wonderful job sending … More Little tweaks
So I’ve been reading a lot about this #OneBookJuly business bopping around the interwebs and well… nope. I do try to keep my daily planning in to two (paper) places (weeks and hobonichi Techo A6) and then use the third (Hobonichi Cousin) to maintain at home as the final, neater record of it all. As … More Summertime….:)
So here we are at the beginning of June, almost to the half year mark. What is working for you in your planning and keeping your life in order? I know my planning tools have changed since I first started this blog back on New Year’s Eve. What follows is a summary of what is … More June. What is working for you?
So…. while I was out one day last week, between client visits and had one of those moments in which there was too much of a time gap between appointments to go there and wait, yet not enough of a gap to go home or to the office and get something done . I used … More Planner Exploration
Sorry for the reference to the ’80’s song:)I used to use the bass line to “My Sharona” as an example of the octave to my 5th grade music class at St. Joe’s Cockeysville back in 1982. I figured at least the eighth graders might relate, LOL:). Anyway… This little beauty has become the center of … More MuhMuhMuh My… Midori!:)
Squeee….. (I have learned to enjoy even the littlest joys of life at my age, so don’t judge:)) Just when I thought I had at least another week to wait, along comes the cutest little planner ever! Even the stamps from Japan are adorable! Thank you, KawaiTokyo!!! After opening the envelope, this is what … More OMG look what arrived in the mail today:)!
In my previous post, I mentioned that Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is on my top five list of all-time best time management/self-improvement books. I cannot really put these in any particular order, because each of them has meant a great deal to me. Your mileage, as they say, may vary. So … More My Favorite Time Management Books
This has been my biggest problem area for the last 25 years or so. You’d think I’d have it figured out by now, but it remains an issue. Why? Space challenges. I love to plan my days with at least a calendar, a prioritized list of tasks for the day and space to log that … More Daily planning