When I was a teenager, my best friend said that she loved seeing people’s rooms – she said you could tell everything about them from how they have their bedroom. We may have been about 15 at the time, but I think she was on to something. My walls were plastered with posters of Keanu Reeves, but if you looked beyond that, you’d also see lots of drawings, many, many notebooks, a whole hoard of pens, and a stash of neatly preserved stickers. I may no longer have the posters (Google Images will suffice), but I still have a serious stationery habit, so maybe things haven’t changed all that much… Just like your teenage bedroom probably revealed a lot about...
I’m feeling cautiously optimistic. It’s starting to be a little more sunny, a little warmer, and the end of lockdown home-schooling is on the horizon. January has been one long slog, and it’s had me asking: Can a planner get you back on track? The struggle of juggling mom-life and with running a business is real, and I’ve struggled. For me, this comes in the form of negative thoughts, a … The post Can your planner help you get back on track? appeared first on Sort Stuff Out.
I’ll be honest with you for a minute: as someone who sells inbox dashboards every day, I never knew what a planner inbox was until a few months ago, and boy, what a game changer. I find this to be the main thing that makes me either use my planner or not each day. I juggle being a mom, running a business and teaching, and like many of you, I … The post Do You Need a Planner Inbox? appeared first on Sort Stuff Out.
Do you ever feel like your mind is your own personal planner… only the pages keep falling out, there are no titles and every now and again, someone could just set fire to it?! We’re all trying to do and be more than ever and it seems like we’re just racing towards burnout. As much as you may feel like it’s an inevitable part of living the life you want … The post Do You Need to Add a Brain Dump to Your Planning Routine? appeared first on Sort Stuff Out.
I think I’m actually at my happiest with a stack of empty planners, a scrap of paper and a big mug of coffee. I just love planning out a new way to use my planners – working out a special purpose for each one and thinking about new ways they can help me. I find it so soothing to design a planning routine, and think about those little daily, weekly … The post Confession Time: I plan my planning! appeared first on Sort Stuff Out.