Infographic: The Core Four

Infographic: Choosing the Right Planner Size for You

The size of the planner you choose depends a lot on the way you use it. Discover the planner size that best fits your life.

Meal Planning with Your Planner

Use this helpful step-by-step process to integrate meal planning into your planning system. Make it easier with the Menu Planner and Shopping List forms.

How to Accessorize Your Planner

You get out of your planner what you put into it. With the right accessories, you’ll be surprised at what you can get  from your plans. Here are a few examples!

How to Choose the Planner for You

Every FranklinPlanner is designed to help organize your life, but they’re also designed with different personalities and planning styles in mind. To get the most out of your planning sessions, it pays to have the planner best suited for you. So, how do you do that? Consider the following four elements of a planner:

5 Additional Uses for Your Address/Phone Tabs

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How else do you use your Address/Phone tabs?

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FranklinPlanner In-Depth: Calendar Basics


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Your Refresher Course: How to Use the FranklinPlanner System

How do you use your planner? Since 1984, planner users worldwide have used the system developed by Hyrum Smith to list, prioritize, and accomplish the tasks needed to realize their goals. If you’re new to the FranklinPlanner, or if it’s been a while, take a look at this helpful refresher on how to get the most from your planning pages.

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Infographic: 30th Anniversary of the FranklinPlanner

This year we celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the FranklinPlanner! The infographic below highlights some of the milestones and facts about how the planner has evolved and grown in the past 30 years. Did you know that today, 15 million people worldwide use a FranklinPlanner?


Tips to Achieve Your 2014 Resolution: Education

As study after study shows, education of any kind can be a key to a better life.

Our last infographic is all about education. If your 2014 goal is to become more educated about a certain subject, now is the time to create a plan that can help you become more knowledgeable. The following tips will show you what worked best for others. Simple steps like reading more books or joining more discussions can help broaden how much you understand a certain topic.


Tips to Achieve Your 2014 Resolution: Health

After reviewing 2013, did you decide to be healthier in 2014? Not only working out or trying to become more fit, but actually becoming healthier overall?

Our 2014 Resolution infographic offers you some of the most common and effective ways to set a health goal and stick to it. Small things like a meal plan and an annual check-up can guarantee that you stick to your goal in a healthy way. If you have certain medical questions or concerns, consult a doctor and get their advice. Implement all of it into your goal and see how far you can get this year.

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Tips to Achieve Your 2014 Resolution: Finances

Do you find yourself making plans to improve your financial condition for 2014? If that is one of your resolutions, you are not alone. We found it as one of the top resolutions people make for a New Year. Now, we know money doesn’t mean everything and it can’t buy happiness, but having it controlled and managed can definitely ease your mind.

Our latest infographic gives you advice on how to better improve your financial situation for 2014. Small things like creating financial goals and keeping a spending journal can make all the difference.


Tips to Achieve Your 2014 Resolution: Travel

Did you travel anywhere in 2013? Are you looking to visit a new place for 2014?

We found that one of the top resolutions revolves around traveling. People tend to set a goal to travel somewhere new during the year, and they sometimes never make it. If that is your goal for this New Year, these tips will help you accomplish it. By doing small things like creating an actual plan and reading travel books, you can stay motivated to make your trip happen.


Tips to Achieve Your 2014 Resolution: Fitness

The number one resolution for 2013 evolved around fitness. Since it can be hard to keep a fitness goal all year long, we have found some ways that can help. Things like sharing your progress and using your planner can help you stay on track and continue your goal through the whole year.

If your goal in 2014 is to get more fit, use these tips to ensure that you are successful by 2015.

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Tips to Achieve Your 2014 Resolution: Read More

With a digital world becoming more fast-paced and advanced, sitting down and enjoying a book has become harder. With a busy schedule, we found that many adults made the resolution to finally make the time to read more.

If your goal for 2014 is to finally sit down and read that book you have been eyeing for a while, now is the time to make it happen.  Small things like making an appointment in your planner to visit a book store can help you finally pick up a book. You can also visit your local library, or even go digital and download. Today, there are many options that can help you get some reading time in.

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Tips to Achieve Your 2014 Resolution: Career

Now is the time to begin a plan towards accomplishing your 2014 resolutions. With a plan and clear advice, your resolutions will become more achievable and you will be more successful at completing them.

One of the top resolutions for 2014 is focused on Career Goals. Whether you are trying to change careers or advance into a new position, this infographic gives you tips for each step and advice for the process. With the right plan, you could be in a new position before 2015.


10 Days to Optimize Vacation Packing

I think most would agree that one of the worst parts of planning a vacation is packing. Packing is stressful. I never know what to bring and always want to take more than I really need.

With summer around the corner, we decided to create a packing infographic. According to 54% of men and 46% of women wait until the day before their vacation to pack. From personal experience, I know that when I wait until the last day to pack I am bound to forget something, or a few things. Let’s make it our goal to start the “packing process” at least 10 days before our future trips. Follow the steps outlined below and you’ll be set for your next big vacation!

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Packing in 10 Days

Evolution of a Secretary

You may have wondered how the role of a secretary changed from the 1400’s to present day?  This week is Administrative Professionals Week and we have put together an infographic that shows the Evolution of a Secretary for you to enjoy.  Click here to view the full-size image.

Evolution of a Secretary

2012 vs 2013 New Year’s Resolutions

Do your New Year resolutions change from year to year?  Or do you find that often times you begin the new year will similar goals as the year prior?

The team recently conducted a survey to identify New Year’s Resolutions for 2013, and compared them to 2012 findings.  The infographic below displays the results.

2012 vs 2013 New Year's Resolutions Results


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Back to School Infographic

How does your family get ready to go back to school each year?  Preparing to head back takes a lot of work, and can be expensive too.  Love it or hate it, back to school season is around the corner.

We put together an online survey to learn more about how families organize for this particular season.  In fact, you may have even participated.  Take a minute and check out this fun infographic created from the results.  Feel free to share it with your friends too!


How Do You Spring Clean? A Fun Infographic.

How do you Spring Clean? Or do you?

We wondered the same thing and created an online survey that many of you may have answered. Well, now we are sharing with you the results in an infographic.

Which area of the house is most challenging to clean?
What do you do with items you no longer want or need?
And, what month is the most popular for Spring Cleaning?

If YOU need a break from your Spring Cleaning, pour yourself some lemonade, kick up your feet, and enjoy. Oh, and feel free to share the infograph with your friends or even on your own blog.

Spring Cleaning Infograph