HEY FRIENDS!!! How are you all? Hope you’re all well!
I felt like this post would be useful for many of us. Whether it’s about lesson planning or planning stuff at the job, we need planners. I started making plans a habit last year! I would always buy planners every year but would never fill them! 🙈 Little did I know that planning would take tomorrow’s worries away!
So, how and why should we use our planners? These will be just useful tips that recently were useful for me! 🙂
Why! Planning is great if you become anxious easily like me! When I write down everything that I need to do, I feel relief. Also ticking off the things I have done makes me happy and relaxed!
So, let’s start with the benefits of planning! & then how we can use our planners and be organized during the planning process! Shall we?
Why? Writing down stuff is also proven to be beneficial both for your mental and for your physical health. When you write down things you have to do, you are in a sense emptying your brain.
Why? It’s good to be at the top of your game! You’ll feel more in control if you plan your lessons as well as your day ahead! Being a girl boss is exhausting, I know! That’s why planners are here for!
How? With colorful pens! Your planner is like your little world where you plan your life, activities, school, work, etc. So, you are allowed to use colorful pens & stickers! Whatever you’d like. You can also do color coding. For example; you can use blue for English lessons. Pink for Literature. Orange for Psychology. If you are working, you can also use color coding for stuff to do at work! This way it would be easier for you to follow up on your work!
How? Stickers! This is another fun part of the planning process. My own planner comes with a bunch of stickers that make planning a fun activity! You can also buy any stickers you’d like, too!
How? Colorful note sheets! You can also stick them on your planner to remember certain deadlines about school or your job. These are very helpful!
So, I think that’s all for now folks! Comment down below if you have any tips on planning and staying organized in everyday life!
Until the next post 🙂
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