Smoky Planning

It’s smoky outside today. There’s a fire in Arizona by Phoenix, and the wind has carried it all the way here. I remember one year when it was suddenly so smoky that everyone came out of the their houses into the street as we all looked to see what exactly was on fire. That time it was a fire in SE Arizona. It’s amazing how far wind carries things!

Yesterday my guy needed a particular date for a old medical visit, and I went and pulled out my Passion Planners from the last two years and easily found it. I realized that if I’d needed to search my Bullet Journal it would have been nearly impossible to find since I don’t use an index, so I got creative and mapped out a copy of the Passion Planner month and week set-ups in pencil in a new notebook (I’m almost through the one I have).

Cool, right? And doesn’t that sticker look simply gorgeous on that purple?

Then I made a mistake. I looked on YouTube. Chelsea Brown Designs has a video called “7 Planning Styles for your Passion Planner”, and I just had to watch it. I really like the Time Tracker method, simply because I don’t have a lot to plan, but do wonder just what the heck I do with my days! Thing is, my new set-up doesn’t extend long enough through the day, so I made a one page spread that runs from 9 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

It doesn’t leave room for much else, so I’m not sure how I feel about it, but I’ll use it ’til Sunday and see what I think.

I can’t wait to start adding Heart’s Peace Healing appointments!!

Much love,

Pip 🙂

BTW, do you prefer a planner that starts the week with Monday, or with Sunday? And why does America start with Sunday? Don’t other countries start with Monday? Sunday IS part of the weekend, so Monday just makes more sense, I think.

Thoughts?

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