Skye Clemes December 14, 2020 Planner
Want to keep a personal planner or day planner? Live planners are a perfect solution. Some innovative new online planners let you enter as much text as you want into each day box, so there`s room to enter even the most hectic schedule. And live planners can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection, so it is easy to share updates with members of your family, club or group. Of course, you can also print a copy of your planner to keep posted at home or to share with others.
Time is the self-proclaiming constant in any project. Resources, schedules, even requirements can change but no one can manipulate time. And, from my own experience I can attest that "rushing against time" never works. Time always wins that race! This is why "planning" is your trump card. Knowing and understanding your plan and everything you have to do at all times will give you the leverage you need to shift gears at any moment. Schedule your various tasks with enough time to comfortably finish each task properly and adequately. Your motto should be to "do it right the first time and forget it."
You may like the idea of managing your plan and life with a plan organizer but do not know where to start. One look at those endless printables begging you to fill them in and you may just throw up your hands in despair. Well do not. A plan Organizer is a wonderful tool to help you manage all aspects of your day, life and plan. But it involves getting comfortable with list making. Using lists is one of the most important tools for those working to manage their time. They keep you on task and remind you of items you might otherwise forget.
Everyone has a calendar in their home. And more often than not, it is either a wall calendar, a business calendar or diary, or a printable calendar of some description.There is no doubt that we need to keep track of time and essential appointments. Is there a right way to use your calendar though? I am sure there is. This article will show you a few of my top tips to help you use your calendar in the best ways possible to "steal" more time into your day.