Many of us have at least one planner to keep us in check day-to-day. But when you enjoy planners creatively it’s very easy for the planner collection to grow. And maybe keep growing! Who doesn’t have an extra planner or two?
For example, there’s always such a buzz when new planners are released. Do you give in to temptation? Or do you already have an extra planner and you’re not sure what to do with it? In this post I’ll share 10 uses for an extra planner.
I hope you find something new to try.
1. Home management
There are many ways to put together a home management planner and this one is definitely on my list! This could include:
2. Content management
Do you have a blog, youtube or instagram account and find it hard to keep on track with managing them? With 2 blogs, 2 instagrams and a youtube channel I definitely do! A content management planner could help you with:
3. Planning a special event
Do you have a special event coming up? I was lucky enough to receive a wedding planner as a gift when I got engaged and it was really useful in my planning, and also made a great souvenir! In a special event planner you could keep:
4. Memory keeping
There are so many options for memory keeping. It can make a good hobby, as well as a gift for someone else. For example, you might chronicle your child’s life and give them the planner as a gift when they are older. Here are some ideas of things to include:
5. Health and wellness
I have a health and wellness planner which has been so useful for my wellbeing. I am also considering setting up a separate planner for a particular health treatment. You might use this type of planner for:
6. Project management
Do you have a big project that will take a lot of planning? This could be home-or work-related. It might be a house purchase or renovation. Perhaps you’re planning a trip. What you keep in this planner will depend on the specific project, but you could keep:
Goal setting has been important for me since I started using my Just 90 Planner. Now I have come up with achievable goals for myself, I need to make sure I am working towards them. A goal planner might include:
Are you completing a course? Do you want to learn something new? Are you improving a skill? Or perhaps you just want to keep track of things you’re learning day-to-day? You could use a learning planner for:
This is also on my list of to-dos! Why not use a planner to house all of your favourite recipes so that they’re easily available for reference? You could keep:
10. On-the-go planner
I am setting this one up for myself at the moment. My idea is to use a smaller planner that I can easily move around the house with me and take with me wherever I go. Mine will include:
I hope this gives you some ideas of ways to use an extra planner. Do you have any other ideas? Please leave them in the comments below.