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5 Ways Your Planner Can Help You Act, Instead of React

By Patty Gardner Do you act or react?  “Acting” is definitely a less stressful way to live but most people spend their life RE-acting. What is reacting? Being late to an appointment because you’re gathering the stuff you need at the last minute. Being late to an appointment because you can’t find your keys or bag or items you need to take. Paying fines on library books because you forgot they were due. Running out of gas … [Continue Reading...]

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Premier Weekly School Agendas

School routines can be hectic—homework assignments, sporting events, science projects, dances, school plays, band practice, fundraisers, and art club are only the beginning. Our kids keep us busy and more than a little stressed out. The truth is, if we’re trying to manage our own schedules as well as our children’s, eventually we’re going to miss something important. Besides, our kids need to learn to manage their own time … [Continue Reading...]

Planner Quote: August 31, 2015

"One's destination is never a place but rather a new way of looking at things." - Henry Miller … [Continue Reading...]

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Use a Zipper Pouch

If you use your planner to carry your life with you, chances are that you have some small items in there. It could be a stack of paper clips to attach receipts and other documents to specific daily pages, or a pile of loose change, or decorations for your planner pages. If you’re tired of having your binder rattle when you shake it, or if you want to carry these items in your open-style binder, try storing them in a Clear Zipper Pouch.  With … [Continue Reading...]

How to Build Momentum to Accomplish Your Tasks

Have you been feeling unmotivated lately? Does it seem like the tasks in your life are too large, too many, and too daunting to attempt? You’re not alone: in a 2014 national survey*, 73% of respondents said that they don’t feel “completely balanced,” and need to find ways to counteract crammed schedules. This same survey found that, among those who would pay money for an extra hour in each day, 58% would gladly pay $2,725 for the … [Continue Reading...]

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How to Build Momentum to Accomplish Your Tasks

Have you been feeling unmotivated lately? Does it seem like the tasks in your life are too large, too many, and too daunting to attempt? You’re not alone: in a 2014 national survey*, 73% of respondents said that they don’t feel “completely balanced,” and need to find ways to counteract crammed schedules. This same survey […]

How to Build Momentum to Accomplish Your Tasks

Have you been feeling unmotivated lately? Does it seem like the tasks in your life are too large, too many, and too daunting to attempt? You’re not alone: in a 2014 national survey*, 73% of respondents said that they don’t feel “completely balanced,” and need to find ways to counteract crammed schedules. This same survey […]

5 Ways Your Planner Can Help You Act, Instead of React

By Patty Gardner Do you act or react?  “Acting” is definitely a less stressful way to live but most people spend their life RE-acting. What is reacting? Being late to an appointment because you’re gathering the stuff you need at the last minute. Being late to an appointment because you can’t find your keys or bag […]

Use a Zipper Pouch

If you use your planner to carry your life with you, chances are that you have some small items in there. It could be a stack of paper clips to attach receipts and other documents to specific daily pages, or a pile of loose change, or decorations for your planner pages. If you’re tired of […]

Planner Quote: August 31, 2015

“One’s destination is never a place but rather a new way of looking at things.” – Henry Miller Share with your friends…

Planner Quote: August 24, 2015

“Just don’t give up trying to do what you really want to do.” – Ella Fitzgerald Share with your friends…

3 Reasons Why Using a Planner Can Build Your Child’s Confidence

There’s no understating the benefits of confidence. It comes when your efforts and your expectations line up with your capabilities. With fear and insecurities out of the way, you’re free to succeed. But learning this process doesn’t happen automatically. To have faith in yourself, like having faith in anything else, you have to take action […]

Add Academic Dates to Your Calendar

Have your kids ever surprised you with a school event you weren’t expecting? Get ahead of the game this year. Access your school’s academic calendar, whether online or through your kids’ orientation packets, and mark important days in your planner, such as the beginning and ending dates for the semester, holidays, and sporting events. Then […]

September 2015 To-Do Checklist

Fall is here! This September be on the lookout for our Autumn catalog, featuring new collections and four new planner designs. Here are a few more things to add to your list: September Checklist Pocket Size: JPG  PDF September Checklist Compact Size: JPG PDF September Checklist Classic Size: JPG PDF September Checklist Monarch Size: JPG PDF Share with your friends…