In order to save the remaining projects, I need help. I found that help with The Passion Planner. There are a ton of planners out there, but I always come back to this one.
What I like about the free version:
1.) There is plenty of space to write.
2.) Space to write this week's specific focus.
3.) Space to write positive good things that happened.
4.) Space for a personal to do list
5.) space for a work to do list
6) Space to doodle, make notes, brainstorm, whatever
The paid version gives you even more. Daily inspirations, challenges to help you meet your goal, timelines to meet your goals and so much more. At the end of each month, there are pages where questions are asked as to how you did on reaching your goals. It's a time to reflect on what worked and what didn't work and what can you do to improve? Good questions.
This is planner helps you sit down and prioritize where you want to go and what you want to do.
I admit that I'm not consistent in using a planner. I chose to go with the free version. I printed out the free weekly pages and stapled them to the paper in a spiral notebook. I needed to write in the dates. You don't need to do that with the paid version. I also like having a spiral binding, so this works for me. I miss out on the inspiration quotes, challenges, and reflections.
The free version is also a great way to discover if this is the right layout for you. It comes in two sizes, 8 1/2 x 11 or 5.5" x 8.5".
I'm not the only one who likes this planner. For more detail on what the planner has to offer, check out the video below. (Sorry. The lighting is a bit dark.)
My question to the readers are:
1.) Do you use a planner?
2.) What do you use?
3.) What is it you like about yours?