Friday, April 2, 2010

The Planner

I know I promised you blinds for today but duty called and I had to spend the day in at our office so I figured it would be the perfect opportunity to clean out my planner--which I'd planned to do around the time I was working on the office project but it didn't happen.

I can't remember the last time I cleaned this out.

There are no tools...just my mad sorting and chucking skills.
This is the stack of paperwork that needs to be filed at home.

D says An appointment book prevents cluttering the mind.
As soon as an item is written down, you needn't worry about it anymore--it is almost as good as done. Instead of scattered and easily lost notes written on backs of envelopes or on slips of paper, this keeps everything intact and eliminates much wonder, worry and frustration, and serves as a budget book as far as time is helps you to carry out your intentions and overcome procrastination; it helps you to apply yourself and thereby accomplish things instead of just puttering.

I agree with everything you've said if I could only remember to check my appointment book it might work.


  1. I don't think I've ever seen the pockets in that day planner. Who knew?

  2. I didn't see where you had written down when you are coming to see me. Now that you are organized you should have PLENTY of time to fly up here for a friendly sisterly visit!

  3. I was just today feeling bad it wasn't last year's Spring Break when we were having a great time up North!

  4. The girls brought it up on Sunday, how they wished it was last year so that they could be with their cousins on Easter again!