Tag: planning

How to use digital planner stickers with Goodnotes

Digital stickers is the new thing! I’m super exited to show you how I use digital stickers to amp up my digital planning in Goodnotes. It is so much fun! If you’re new to the digital planning world, I can ensure you that you’re going to have so much...

The Sunday Reset

Today I want to talk about something that has helped me a lot during my planning journey: the Sunday Reset. Declutter and refresh The Sunday reset is a miracle work if you’re like me and want things organized. Every Sunday I schedule a good 1-2 hours to recap, declutter...

7 solutions to a cluttered calendar

Are you constantly struggling with an over booked calendar? Do you have a tendency to say yes even though you really mean no? Many of us are brought up with the idea that we are needed and important if we’re busy. And by default, that’s the way many of...

The Self Care Salad Bar

Self care. So important, yet so easy to forget. When life gets in the way, the weeks fly by and all of a sudden you wonder why you feel so burned out. This can be due to lack of proper self care. In this article I will go through...

SCRUM vs. Bullet journal planning

If you’ve heard of SCRUM, you might be thinking of software development. This is usually where you find people working with this framework. Well, I’m nothing as such, but I am interested in how to effectively manage my time and my tasks, so I wanted to dive into this...

The one productivity hack you need to start with today!

The Eisenhower Method Do you have an ongoing, neverending to-do list? As soon as you clear something out, a new task will take its place. In today’s article we are going to examime the  The Eisenhower Method which is a great way to manage your time and prioritize your...

The minimalist bullet journal

The Bullet Journal system Have you heard of the Bullet Journal? If you haven’t, make sure to check out Ryder Carrolls introduction to the Bullet Journal System. If you are a planning addict like me I’m pretty sure you’ve already heard of it and chances are you’re already a...

Stop multitasking – start singletasking

Multitasking Are you trying to accomplish several tasks at once? Answering an email and listening to a colleague simultaneously? Or trying to speak on the phone while driving (which is not allowed by the way). Or your child comes in and asks you to tie their shoe laces while you’re...

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