My agenda is pretty important to me. My husband jokes that I have the next six months of my life planned out in it and if I lost it, I’d have to be committed. He’s only half wrong. 🙂
I myself use a Prayerful Planner in the undated version so I can customize it and use it to reflect my school year rather than the respective 12-month calendar year. I like it because it’s an agenda, prayer journal, and devotion book all in one. A one-stop-shop, if you will. It helps me keep my family’s activities and my daily activities, as well as my walk with God on track.
See what I mean?
Please ignore my “first thing in the morning” handwriting.
If the Prayerful Planner sounds like what you need, then I highly encourage you to get one. But if it just isn’t your thing, rest assured that there are plenty of other options.
1. Emily Ley’s Simplified Planner, $60
2. Erin Condren Life Planner, $68
3. Day Designer Planner by BlueSky $15 (SoftCover) and $60 (Hardcover)
You may chose a planner I have featured today, or you may choose something completely different that works better for you. Either way, I encourage you to use a planner to simplify your life and organize your schedule. You will be glad you did! Have a great day!