10: This older post gives you things to consider when trying to decide whether or not you should use separate planners for work vs personal life.
9: The Daily Journaling Prompts for May just came out yesterday and they are already in the top 10 most read posts all month! The journaling theme for May is how to be your best self.
8: What is your favorite ruling size for journaling? This post helps you determine the best ruling size for you based on your handwriting size and other factors.
7: Planning (Far) Ahead gives you tips on how to plan farther into the future with your current-year planner.
6: This year is already more than 1/4 over! Quarter Year Evaluation helps you determine if you are on track to reach your goals this year, and helps you get back on track if you’ve slipped a bit.
5: How To Use A Planner: A Guide For New Users has excellent tips for anyone who uses a paper planner.
4: Journaling During Difficult Times gives you some tips on how to make your journaling an effective tool to help you deal with difficult emotions.
3: Time managment Monday: Just Don’t Do It helps you face the harsh reality that you can’t do everything, and helps you decide which tasks you can remove from your to-do list entirely.
2: Sneak Peek at the new Life Noted planners! These are brand new to the Quo Vadis lineup! These planners have goal setting and tracking built right into the planners. The academic year Life Noted planners will be available in May and the 2019’s later in the summer. Look for more information on the Life Noted planners tomorrow here on Quo Vadis blog!
Look for the Top 10 posts of the month on the last Thursday of each month.