Lets talk planners. A few of you have emailed me wanting to know which planner I use. As you know, I have more than one and they each serve a different purpose. Even though January is almost over, that doesn’t mean you can’t get your hands on the perfect planner. The thing is, I learned a long time ago that the perfect planner isn’t necessarily always the cutest planner.
Every year, I want to run out and buy the Kate Spade planner, it’s super cute and filled with whimsy. But, I know that that would be the worst planner for me, because it doesn’t function how I function. It’s a great planner, just not a great planner for how I think. And if my planner doesn’t work the way I do, by March I won’t be using it anymore, and my life would get progressively more unorganized. Trust me I’ve been down that road before... and it sucks. For those of you who feel your planner just isn’t cutting it, I’m going to give you a breakdown of the planners I’ve owned in the past few years and how each of them work, or don’t work.