Keeping track of chores

As a housewife, I use the very top of my Notor to write my day plan and schedules. Within the notes section, I have a place to make menu plans, shopping lists, notes about events, and a to-do list. I divide the notes section into 4 squares by dividing it in half vertically and horizontally […]

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Pens, paper, and clarity

For the past couple of years, I’ve happily used Quo Vadis agendas; I started with University and then graduated into Business. Now, though, I use a different weekly planner in the collection to manage my time: the IB Traveler Diary. I love how efficiently the Traveler is organized! Mine is kept in a Chelsea cover, […]

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Write to remember

As the mother of a three year old, having a planner is a necessity. Once she’s up for the day I find it impossible to remember what my plans for the day were, so I take time each evening to write them down. That way I have a handy reference the next day! I also […]

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A record of my life

For the past 3 years, I’ve used your Journal 21, which I love; the smooth paper, the clean page layout, the efficient use of space, the monthly overview on each page, the priority box, and the handy format. I mostly used it as a diary and sketchbook, jotting down the details of my days, recipes […]

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Every word you say

I use my planner for the usual appointments, due dates, meetings… the day in, day out stuff. But starting last summer, after my son came out with a couple priceless comments, I decided to write down these wonderful quotes in my planner. I’ll probably rewrite the quotes into a bound notebook at the end of […]

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Plan for success

As an extremely busy law student, I use my Quo Vadis planner to budget my time, ensuring that I allocate enough for studying, meetings, interviews, and of course, having fun with friends! My planner is especially useful now, as I try to use my time most efficiently to prepare for finals. As I will be […]

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Scheduling your goals

I’m always trying to figure out ways to incorporate my goals into my daily and weekly schedule. Those big-picture items tend to get lost in the shuffle of all the millions of things I do each day. I have discovered a reminder system that works well for me. In my Trinote on each day’s Notes […]

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Juggling

This year I chose the Business 2010, to see a week at a glance instead of a day, like last year’s Journal 21. Big mistake! Yes, this smaller format is portable and fits in a purse. But I am juggling: 1) Writing assignments 2) Medical appointments and drug doses [unfortunately a larger than anticipated category] […]

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A colorful time management system

I have a Quo Vadis Daily Pocket Planner with a Mignon European Leather cover. I find its size most convenient to carry around anywhere and look it up anytime, be it while traveling in my car or the Metro, or while attending a meeting or while dining out. It is one of my most precious […]

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Here’s to your health

Since I have never owned a Quo Vadis planner, I am going to tell you how I would use it if I had one. Until a few weeks ago, I didn’t know of Quo Vadis (please excuse my ignorance). Then I came across Laurie and her fantastic Plannerisms blog. Among all the planners she presents, […]

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