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Friday, November 13, 2015

A Real-Life Peek at a Written Daily Plan

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My Loyal Readers (and my many new visitors - welcome!) have been clamoring for more You Tube videos.

Making videos is not my favorite thing to do, but I get that sometimes information is more easy to understand when you heard it.

For this video, I did my nails all fancy, but left my hair wet from a shower. That whole "use good lighting and makeup" theory of video making is lost on me. As I tell my darling children, "you get what you get and you don't throw a fit!" {grin}







Before you watch my video on You Tube, I have a challenge for you. 

Pick one thing that you learn from it, and come back and post the tip in the comments!


For those who inevitably ask, here are some of the items that I use in my planner in the video.

Orange Circle Studio 2016 Take Me With You Planner, Paris Is Always a Good Idea




Quo Vadis Notor 2016 Planner Refill






Etcetera.

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6 comments:

Anna H said...

thanks for the video. I learned that instead of trying to print my own insert pages it is so much easier just to go out and buy a blank calendar or note pad and trim it to fit my Franklin Covey! I have learned something from all your videos, even the ones with your son. My kids are grown buy I have grandkids and I try and teach my sons.

Weekend Wife said...

I'll bring a little over from the comment I made on YouTube. The reason I learn so much from you is because you're consistent. You have certain things that go in certain places and that never changes. Aside from little tweaks here and there, you're not all over the place with your system. It helps me to focus better on what I need (and don't) in MY planner rather than trying to replicate how someone else has theirs set up. Consistency helps form a good routine and the way you extract parts of your planner to layout your daily docket is from being consistent.

Trina said...

This is the reason I've followed her over the past year. She is consistent and constantly keeps me thinking about my own setup and how it's working for me.

Trina said...

This is the reason I've followed her over the past year. She is consistent and constantly keeps me thinking about my own setup and how it's working for me.

wrinkleranch said...

Thanks so much for the video. I love the idea of post it flags for things you do every day. I am going to set this up for my morning and evening meds. Once I have taken my pills I will move the flag to the next day and then with just a glance I can tell if I've taken them or not.

Misfit said...

I loved that video! I love to see how people use their planners "live", it makes so much more sense. I always thought I didn't need a daily page, but now I am going to give it a go. Thank you!