Thursday, January 21, 2016

3 Keys Thursday: 3 Key Considerations when Choosing a Planner

Photo: Dodgerton Skillhause via Morguefile
If you've been following my posts, you know I've been writing about planners for three weeks now, offering information on this important tool from a variety of angles. Today's post, the final one in this series, will be short and sweet, giving you three key things to consider as you make your choice.

Be true to your styles. Choosing an organizational tool that fits your styles not only makes it easier to use, it also makes it more likely that you'll still be using it a month from now -- or even longer.

Choose your view. Consider how busy you are and how detailed you need your planner to be. If you have a lot of meetings and appointments, you may quickly run out of room in a month-by-month planner. Personal preference plays a role here, too. What view do you like best?

Give it a good home. Whether it's paper or electronic, if you can't find it, you can't use it.

If you're looking for more details to go with the simple steps here, just scroll down and you're sure to find plenty.

Happy hunting.

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