Welcome back everyone! 🙂 Hope you’re enjoying this blog series where I’ve been sharing the details of my 2016 planner setups. So far I’ve shared my work planner and blog planner setups. This week we’ll be diving into my personal planner setup. This is my primary planner which serves as the ‘command center’ for many different areas like personal, family, fitness, home, financial, and education.
Ho Ho Ho, there’s 8 more days to go! 🙂
I hope you’ve been enjoying the Santa’s Sleigh List Gift Series where I shared gift ideas for fountain pen fans, planner addicts, tech gadget geeks, and office holiday parties. In addition, there were two special Secret Santa Gifts just for you!–check them out here and here. Now, we’re in the midst of the holiday madness and there’s one thing that can be especially stressful–shopping! Well, I have just the thing to help you. 😉
For many busy moms, menu planning in advance is an invaluable tool. It allows them to have a general idea of what their family will have for dinner instead of scrambling at the last minute to get something on the table.
I have a unique situation where I work from home but, due to my late work schedule, don’t have to worry about dinner because my husband takes care of it. I do, however, need to worry about breakfast, lunch and snacks. My goal throughout the day is to make healthy choices so I tried menu planning for these meals but for some reason, it just didn’t work for me. I tend to choose what I eat based on whatever I’m ‘in the mood for’ so as a result, it was impossible to choose my meals in advance.
If you’ve been following this blog series, first of all ‘thank you!’ :-D, and second I’m guessing you were probably either new to planners or overwhelmed by them. Just when we thought technology would rule every part of our lives, it turns out some of us still prefer the simple process of putting ‘pen to paper’ everyday. 🙂