© 2019 Judy Garrido
Earlier this month I was considering planners for 2020. I looked at the $18 At-A-Glance 5 1/2 x 8 one that I've been purchasing over the past few years, and realized that I only use half of it. What I really needed was just a monthly planner followed by lined note pages, so a person could keep track of client sessions, homework assignments, personal goals, work mileage, and/or other information that can then be archived much more easily.
So, I decided it was time I made my own, since I figured I can't be the only person who doesn't use a fancy monthly and weekly planner. Not to mention the cost of purchasing something I only use half of.
So, here's what I just published:
This planner includes:
Not to mention, it's butterfly themed. Therefore, not only does the cover have butterflies, but so does the inside. After all, who doesn't like butterflies?
What I really like about using this 6 x 9 planner is its portability and how much easier it will sit on my bookshelf for archiving after it's used. Ringed or spiral bound planners get a wee bit troublesome to work with over time, so these will sit nice and neatly on the shelf.
Not to mention, it would make a nice gift for someone. Here's a preview of some of the inside content:
If you're like me and don't need an $18 fancy planner that you only use half of, then this could be a better choice for you. Click on the cover image above or click here to order your copy, or as a gift.
Originally Published 12/27/2017
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