All Planned Out

February 4, 2015







Hello, world.
Today we're opening up our private planners and talking a bit about how we organize (sort of organize) our lives.


Lindsey


Hi hey hello, you've now seen a picture of my organizational habits, or lack of. 
To be honest, I don't usually keep track of my schedule in a planner, as you see, I use this space to write motivational phrases and doodle like a normal college student should.
In honor of me being a sucker for motivational quotes, here are a few that should make it in your planner.

"Edit your life frequently and ruthlessly. It’s your masterpiece after all."

"We must travel in the direction of our fear."


Paige



Welcome to my world of (in)sanity.

I think it’s safe to say that I have learned the hard way that you, in fact, cannot do everything. This semester I joined just about every club and accepted just about every leadership role in an over-zealous attempt to assemble an A+ résumé.

Simply stated, my schedule is way too crazy and the only thing holding me together is my trusty planner and my everything notebook.

So you’ve got:

~ (A.)THE ALMIGHTY PLANNER: I use it to keep track of dates and assignments, ya know, the usual. I color code based on whether an event is for my sorority, school, or my internship. A little extra organization never hurt anyone.
~ (B.) THE EVERYTHING NOTEBOOK: where I keep all of my random thoughts, ideas, lists, goals... you get it... everything. I never leave the house (well, in this case, dorm) without it.

All in all, planners are a good thing whether you’re using them for doodles and quotes or desperately trying contain your madness.


-P+L

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