It’s been a... rough fall. A rough 2017.
I’m glad the new year is finally here. /
And today, I wanted to show y’all my planner plans (heh!) for 2018. I honestly don’t known if I’ve bitten off more than I can chew, but I guess I’ll just have to give it a try. /
I’ve used a bullet journal for the last few years, as you can see from my feed, but it’s unfortunately taking up a bit too much time given my current workload, so I knew I wanted to move to a proper planner this year. /
I’d bought a Passion Planner a year and a half ago, but bought the larger size by accident and it was just too big. /
Easy peasy then, I thought, I’ll just buy a compact passion planner and I’m done. /
Until I found the Hobonichi and fell in love.
I bought BOTH an English A6 and the A5 cousin, originally with the intent to gift one or both of them but I just couldn’t. (Hello ADHD impulsivity!) So now I had 3 very different planners that I really wanted to use.
Here’s what I’m gonna try to use each on of them for: ///. /// ///. /// -Passion planner for everyday planning, keeping track of appointments, to do lists and plans /// /// /// /// - A6 hobonichi for personal journaling (I really want to be the type of person who journals every day) /// /// /// - Hobonichi Cousin for work and career planning and journaling - This is the one I’m most excited to see whether or not it will work out for me!
- I started writing some sort of hybrid of morning pages and miracle morning writing this fall, and I liked it a lot. So I’m planning to write up short prompts for the workday on the daily pages
- I’ll use the weekly pages to track feedback I want to give to someone and feedback I’ve received
- Habit tracking for work habits on the monthly pages /// /// /// /// I have no idea whether this will turn out to be the holy grail of planning for me or just a waste of money. But I’m really excited to give it a try tomorrow when I go back to work!