Last updated on August 20th, 2016 at 03:05 pm
I’ve finally discovered that the more organized I am, the more stuff I can get done. Like this past weekend, when I had 6 of my girl friends in town and I felt totally relaxed since I felt like my life and my blog were more organized than ever.
Today, I’m going to break down how I organize my life via my planner and how it keeps me on track. I’m kind of planner obsessed. I never leave the house without a small planner and a Sharpie to mark things down along the way. Whether it’s one of your resolutions, or you’re heading back to school, it’s important to keep up-to-date with the minute details of your day.
I start off with an empty planner. I then color code each activity. I make a legend that I write in the planner so I can reference each color. Writing different activities in colors helps me to visualize immediately what I have going on that day.
I decided to go with the color scheme of my planner and tried to match the colors that my Bando planner had. I was pretty proud of this… yeah, I’m weird. But it’s pretty. Then I labeled each one accordingly:
Once I have this all set, I write out EVERYTHING I know that I have going on for the next month. Then, I write down the week before, what I have going on. It’s looks about like this:
I really like color coding because I can look at this planner and see what I need to do, what goals I’d like to accomplish, and how much time I need to spend doing what.
I also like to use post it’s to add things or make longer notes on something. For example, I had to pick up friends at the airport so I wrote what time each one was coming in separately.
I actually really look forward to organizing and setting up my planner. Especially when it looks pretty.
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