We are two weeks into the new year and I am excited to share the planner system I am using! I am a planner girl at heart and I am sure my planner system will change a million times by 2021, but this system seems to be working for me.
And before you ask, yes, I actually use each of these planners Every. Single. Day. My mind feels most at peace when I am able to sort all of my thoughts on paper and plan out as many details of my life as possible.
I found this planner at Target. It has a monthly section and a weekly section. The cover is blush pink, so it looked like it was meant for me. This planner is super portable and easy to throw in my purse or backpack.
I am using this planner for lists and notes. When my doctor calls me with information, I am able to grab it and jot down notes on that day’s sections. When I think of groceries I need to pick up while away from home, I jot them down on the day I am planning to go to the grocery store. I mainly use it for listing tasks while on the go, but it has been a great catch all.
This is my weekly overview and my MAIN planner. This is where all of the things go. I plan everything from small tasks like laundry to big things like appointments and trips. I map out every hour of the day in this planner. If I could only keep one planner, it would be this one! This is also where I use stickers and decorate it as a creative outlet.
I chose the hourly, neutral layout, but you can also choose horizontal, vertical, and colorful options for the lifeplanner. Plus, the Erin Condren planner covers are interchangeable!
This is my content planner! I just added this planner into my lineup at the end of November and it has made blogging so much easier! It has tons of notes pages in between the monthly layouts, as well as in the back. I use it to make notes for future posts, set goals for my site, and plan when to post what kind of content.
The layout is similar to the horizontal layout, but is targeted more towards students. The monthly layout is almost identical to the monthly deluxe layout and the monthly layout in my ECLP. There, I color code EVERY assignment for the entire semester. Then, in the weekly section, I break down assignments into tasks.
I know it seems like a lot, but this is what is working for me in this season of life. I carry the Day Designer in my bag. The life planner sits open on my coffee table, and the blog & school planners sit open on my desk.
If you are interested in seeing more about how I plan, check out my instagram dedicated to planning: @kadenplans
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