Finding Planner Peace - Discovering What Planner System Works For You

Cindy Guentert-Baldo, Planner/Artist/YouTuber

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11 Lessons (42m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Materials

    • 3. Defining "Planner Peace"

    • 4. Types of Planners - Format

    • 5. Types of Planners - Paper

    • 6. Types of Planners - Digital

    • 7. Get It All Out!

    • 8. Evaluate Your Needs

    • 9. Look Deeply At Your Life

    • 10. Create Your Planner Roadmap

    • 11. Closing Thoughts

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Project Description

When you’re done with this course, you should have a road map to help you decide which planning system is best for you.

You are free to use your own materials (I love index cards!) but I will also be providing worksheets and sample planner layouts to help guide you through this process:

  • Planner Peace Worksheets with pages for brainstorming, categorization and evaluation
  • Sample Planner Layouts in daily, monthly and three types of weekly (vertical, hourly, horizontal)

Once you’ve completed all of these things, you can utilize both the lessons on different types of planners as well as this bonus resource list. These lists and lessons are not an exhaustive compilation of all of the planners out there, but there are plenty to look at!

At the end of this course, you will be able to describe your current personalized planning system, and may have even decided which planners to use! As an example, here is mine!

  • I track all appointments, family items and future planning for my business on Google calendars. Our family calendar is shared with all four of us.
  • I meal plan, track my pain levels and blood pressure, and plan out my week at a glance in my horizontal weekly/monthly planner.
  • I create to-do lists and project plan in a notebook using the bullet journal method.

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