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My daily planners for 2015

Meet the three planners that will be used for my daily organizations this year.
You may be familiar with some of them already, but if not, that's fine. I'm here to introduce them to you:

First up I have the Hobonichi cousin planner-
At first, I was using her more of a daily diary, but that quickly switched over into a daily planner for work. If you've read my earlier post here, you'll know that work has been a little hectic lately. Actually, a lot hectic. I've been working long hours these past few months just trying to get things done and executed accordingly around the office. So this hobonichi has come in handy for getting my thoughts and tasks straightened out for better visuals of everything.

Next up I have the Midori traveler's notebook. Although she's still being used as my travel companion during the summers, I've been using her now as my "personal trainer." She keeps record of all my workout schedules, routines, meal plans, sleeping patterns, and anything else that revolves around health and fitness. Lately I've been really into logging everything to keep track of progress and seeing how far I've come along. I must say, it's been really effective for keeping me motivated. The only things she doesn't do is count my caloric intake. I use myfitnesspal app for that. 

And last but not least, the Filofax Original Personal size. She's become my new favorite, but shh. Don't tell the others that. I've been spending so much time with her, it's crazy. Who knew that this relationship would've gotten this far and this strong. This is actually my very first time using a Filofax, and I've got to say, I'm loving it! The flexibility and versatility of this planner system is just wonderful. It meets all of my organization needs for all of the other miscellaneous planning outside of work. This planner holds doctor appointments, reminders, to-do lists, you name it! The calender inserts I'm currently using are the week-at-a-glance, but I find these FranklinCovey daily pages helpful, too, for those bigger tasks.


Now I can't promise that these three planners will be my best friends forever, but they're certainly in the circle and keep me happy, organized, and satisfied.


11 comments

  1. Cool! I just got into the whole planner craze and only have one - a Kikki K - that I just ordered a few days ago. I'm still not sure how I'm going to use it but it was too cute to pass up! Good luck with your planners, they all look so lovely!

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    1. Kikki K has some really nice styles and colors! I like how they're always switching up their inventory! I hope your planner has been working out for you in some way, Tee. :)

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  2. They are all so beautiful, although I do like the cream coloured one. Also love how you call your planners 'she' rather than 'it' :)

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    1. Yes, my "girls." Got to love them all! The cream color, though, is just dreamy, isn't it! I remember when I first saw this nude planner on the website, my eyes fell in love.

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  3. Beauties. I just picked up a scheduler - not a fancy one - but something that I hope will bring back a bit more written scheduling and doodles and random thoughts for me. Crossing my fingers! :)

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    1. Fancy isn't necessarily better. All that matters is whatever works best for you and your needs. :)

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  4. They each look beautiful and so happily productive. Sitting beside me is one of two (personal and work) small spiral notebooks. I really need to step up my game!

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    1. Spiral notebooks are one of my top choices. If I could make all my daily planners spiral, I would, believe me!

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  5. The Midori one is beautiful! I'm n love with my organizer! to bad I didn't find the Filofax where I live. & I'm still not able to order things online, so I'm really happy I found a look alike one by Bruna.
    Jade x

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