Why Everyone Should Own A Planner | Inspiration
From the first day of school in Year 7, we were handed a planner and lectured on how it was ‘so important’, this continued until Year 11 where we had all practically memorised this grand, beginning of term speech. It wasn’t however until I got to college, where I realised the meaning behind my teacher’s campaigns.
The use of a planner was fundamental to being organised and staying on track with my work. Now, I have multiple ‘journals’ that help me to develop and (most significantly) a bullet journal which I use to plan my time and my tasks each week AND each day.
Of course, everyone uses a planner in a different way. But that’s the beauty of it! Especially with a Bullet Journal: it’s a blank canvas and unique to every individual. Check out some of the Planner pages below, that are completely different and serve different purposes…
Planners can be very cheap, even a simple diary will do. I started with a diary last year that was £3 from The Works and now have moved onto a AGENZIO by Paperchase bullet journal which cost £14. So, again, it’s all down to personal preference, there’s no right or wrong way to plan your time as long as it works and it keeps you motivated.