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How Journaling Improves My Planning | Collab with Laura from HowtoGYST

How Journaling Improves My Planning | Collab with Laura from HowtoGYST

I will never turn down the opportunity to collaborate with one of the smartest people I’ve ever met, Laura Hutchinson from HowToGYST.

Her video will show you how she uses two apps and two books to make everything happen. I can not WAIT to watch this video! Watch it now!

My part of our collaboration is how journaling has improved my planning. I started journaling a lot more last summer, and I’ve noticed some pretty big differences in how I view planning.

Why I Use Monthly, Weekly, and Daily Layouts

Why I Use Monthly, Weekly, and Daily Layouts

Many of you have asked, and I’m finally answering!

For the way I plan, I need all three of these layouts; they work together in the same fashion that I approach projects.

The monthly view shows me an overview of several weeks and how the events that fall in those weeks fit together (or how I’ll have to force them to work together).

The weekly view shows me just the current week without any distractions from the prior or upcoming weeks. My weekly view has more detail than my monthly view.

The daily view zooms in even close to just the current day — no distractions from the prior or upcoming days and far more detail than my weekly view.

Here’s the video where I explain perhaps more clearly than I’m doing in writing (the allergies are melting my brain):

 

Bad Planning Habits

Bad Planning Habits

Have you developed bad planning habits and then found a way to ditch them? Share them with the hashtag #badplanninghabits and we can all learn from each others’ mistakes!

 

 

Completed May 2016 DIYFish ClassicB v3s1 Pages

Completed May 2016 DIYFish ClassicB v3s1 Pages

Do you all like seeing planner pages after they’ve been used? I love seeing how people use their planners. Here’s a look at my completed May planner pages from DIYFish ClassicB v3s1 set.

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Planning Motivation

Planning Motivation

Febraury’s topic for the Coffee & Planner Addicts is Planning Motivation… staying inspired, learning new processes, and achieving your goals.

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