December 6, 2019 by Sarra Cannon
Welcome back to the blog for our final video in my Planner 101 series. Today, we’re going to talk about some tips for how to use your planner to get more done.
The final round of my HB90 Bootcamp for the year is right around the corner, and I’d love for you to join me! Right now, the course is $20 off its normal price, so it’s the best time to start planning for 2020.
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This was the first time someone actually explained what the reason is behind using washi tape and stickers on a planner. I am a huge creative person, so the idea of a daily and weekly planner is great. I use a binder with tabs. One for my 90 days Kanban project ideas which I break down to put on my board. One for weekly projects to add to my daily planner to get done. I have two sections in my daily planner. One is personal, so groceries, paying bills, helping my son with homework, going for a walk. The other is for writing and the goals I’ve set for that day.