Graduating planners

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The end of the school year is close, and I’m wondering: are those of you who’ll graduate planning to stick with an academic-year planner? Or will you switch to a January-to-January planner, like most of the working world uses?

After college, I stuck with academic planners for several years since that was the only way I knew how to measure the year. It was helpful when I went back to grad school, but once I started working again, I went January-to-January and it feels very comfortable now.

What are you, er, planning to do?

3 thoughts on “Graduating planners

  1. Does the TextAgenda come in a “working world” format? Because if not, I’m sticking to the academic style. 🙂 It took me years to find the TextAgenda and I’m not going to give it up just because I’ve graduated!

  2. Well, the Hebrew years is almost equivallent to the academic year – from September to September – so it works very well for us: We measure the year from Sept. to Sept. Didn’t know that in the US you can find planners like this…

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