Time management Monday: Day perspective

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Different types of planners give you a different perspective on your day. Which one is right for you depends on the level of granularity you need to see your plans. Often it helps to use more than one type of planner to get different views of longer range plans vs. daily details.

Monthly planners are great for the big overview, but they usually don’t have a lot of space for details to plan day to day. Many of our weekly planners come with monthly pages, so you can see the big picture of your deadlines, holidays and travel schedules, and see your daily details in the weekly pages.

 

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Monthly 4 planner

 

Quo Vadis weekly planners come in a variety of formats. The open plan of the Scholar and Hebdo weekly planners let you write your schedule and notes every day:

 

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Hebdo weekly planner

 

The timed daily columns of the Septanote, Trinote and Minister planners allow you to plan your day to the half hour, blocking out your schedule and allowing you to see what time you have free.

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Daily planners allow you to see the most detail of each day with plenty of room for detailed scheduling and notes. A great example of this is how Kenneth uses his Journal 21 day per page planner to keep track of his work and personal life. The Journal 21 also has monthly pages to help you plan ahead.

 

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Journal 21 day per page planner

What level of detail do you need to see in your planner?

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