Here are this month’s ten most-read posts!
10: This older post asks if you use Pencil or Pen In Your Planner? As much as I love color-coding my inks, I have to admit being able to use pencil and erase is convenient. Maybe I should try erasable pens?
9: This post lists all of our Planners With Fountain Pen Friendly Paper. There’s a lot! Our planners use Clairefontaine paper which is specifically designed to give a smooth and luxurious writing experience.
7: I’m not sure why this post is so popular this month? Do You Use Your Tear Off Corners?
6: This post hit home for a lot of people: Don’t Adjust Your Goals, Adjust Your Action Steps.
5: This post shows you photos to compare the sizes of our Minister, Executive, Business, and President planners, all of which have the same weekly format in sizes ranging from pocket, medium, large to extra large.
4: If you are still looking for your 2018 planner, or if your planner for this year isn’t working well enough for you, this post directs you to our 2018 planners that are still available, and has a link to our post to help you find your perfect planner.
3: How To Use A Planner: A Guide For New Users is always in our 10 most-read posts. It has lots of tips for anyone who uses a paper planner whether you’re a new user, coming back to paper after using digital, using a mix of electronic and paper calendars, or are a long-time paper planner user.
2: Our interview with professional organizer Linda Samuels was very popular this month! She has lots of great advice for organization and time management.
1: The most-read post this month was the Daily Journaling Prompts for January! This month’s daily prompts were all about helping you set achievable goals for this year. The Daily Journaling Prompts come out on the last Wednesday of each month.
Look for the Top 10 posts of the month on the last Thursday of each month.