Have you ever wondered how using a planner can improve your life? Or perhaps you’re one of those folks who gets excited about using a planner, purchases one and then never uses it? Or perhaps you are a true planner lover and just want some new ideas about how
Have you ever come across a fork in the road and been unable to decide which road to take? Perhaps all of your options seem to be plagued with too many caution signs for your comfort? Or maybe you’re not even sure what your options are. This happens to
If having a life plan guaranteed success (whatever that means to you), would you develop one? I’m guessing the answer is YES! I’m also guessing there are some good reasons why you don’t have one. Actually, it’s more than a guess. I’ve learned a few things over the
A lot of us use a planner to organize our lives that typically consists of a yearly, monthly, and weekly calendar, as well as space for notes/tasks. Every planner differs, but the general concept is the same. Those of us who use planners could not imagine life without one.
This can be a tricky time of year for a lot of people celebrating holidays in November and December. On the one hand, there’s often times the anticipation of good food, good company and an all around good time. On the other hand, it can be a time of
It’s that time of year when most of us need to be intentional about our finances, particularly about how much money we spend during the holidays. If you’re not careful, you can get caught up in the fun and festivities of the gift giving season and let loose more than