Yesterday the time just got away from me. I used much of my morning working on the family budget and then spent some time running errands. I picked up contact lenses from the eye doctor, dropped off a donation box at the ARC store and stopped in at the bank to open a new savings … Continue reading Where does the time go?
I thought I would make a post to share my current (evolving) planner set-up. I want to make sure I can always have the tools I need accessible at all times in order to be most effective, but I don’t want too much stuff. My first posts in this blog showed a traditional sized traveler’s … Continue reading Planner Set-up
The New Year brings about a desire to be better. Rather than focus on such a monumental task, I choose to focus on only 1 value in my life for the first month of the new year - Solitude. Solitude for me is a focused time of contemplation and faith in attaining my worthy goals. … Continue reading Focusing On What’s Most Important
I first became aware of values based planning around 1982 when I sat in on my first time management workshop as a Colorado FFA Association officer. The presenter led a group of student leaders through an abbreviated version of the DayTimer Time Power seminar created by Charles R. Hobbs. One of the things that really … Continue reading Values based planning
I approach daily planning from a pretty pragmatic point of view. I try to evaluate how much discretionary time I will have and then plan a few high priorities to get done during that time. I also take on things that are urgent or that come up at the spur of the moment. I've tried … Continue reading Daily Planning in my bullet journal
I've looked at quite a few bullet journal pages and for the most part am overwhelmed by the artistic/flashy/scrapbooks that most try to call bullet journals. I will never be one of those types of people. I married one of them and that is close enough for me. I'm more of an effectiveness guy. I've … Continue reading January 2018 Simple Bullet Journal Setup