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Start the New Year with me: Setting up and investing in a good planner

If you are a regular around here, you would know I tried digital planning last year, using a template I made entirely from scratch. Although I had lots of fun, it was a lot of hard work setting up every week and some weeks; I didn’t feel like doing it. In November, I fell ill, and everything just got put on the backburner (including this blog), so I could focus on getting better in time for the festive season.

I finally weighed the options up, whether I purchase a digital planner or continue with my DIY version. I bought my dream planner by Australian designer, Jenny Gollan. I initially went with an American designer, but as time wore on, I became extremely dissatisfied with a lot of things. So I went back to my belief of buying Australian where I can to supporting Australians. I hope I can review the DigiBuJo soon, and tell you how I like it.

As far as my planner goes, I feel the need to be more or less on top of everything and know when people are away, medical appointments and just simple things like when I go away to the Easter Show etc. I am a bit of a creature of habit and one of my “Planner Goals” is to document what I did. I’ll give you an example: Today I went on the train to the new Interchange and caught the Light Rail to Hunter St, so I’m hoping that I can not only get organised but try to document what I did for the next 12 months.

Fingers crossed that I can get that review started this week because I’m looking forward to sharing my thoughts on the DigiBuJo.

Stay tuned!!

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