Changing course, reassessing, or adopting a new routine during the pandemic? A planner can help you stay both mindful of what matters most, and focused on that which you can control, according to a recent WSJ article:
"In a period when there’s seemingly nothing to plan, enthusiasts of paper planners are buying more of them than ever."
"Fans say a planner is about more than schedules and to-do lists—for many, it is a form of self-care and control at a time when the world feels out of hand."
"Beyond the pandemic, planners have enjoyed a surprising resurgence in recent years among people who want a break from screens, preferring to organize life’s messy disorder with pen on paper."
“There is always something to plan, like cleaning your house, tracking your health, that book you always wanted to write—any kind of goals you have. [...] My planner is always for making myself a better person.”
“What it boils down to is celebrating your life and understanding that this time is important, whether it’s a drag or not.”