How To Keep Up With Your Daily Planner (And Actually Use It)

If you're new to using a planner to organize your daily life or struggling to make it a consistent habit, you're not alone. Many people find it challenging to stick to a routine when it comes to planning and organization. But don't worry, with a few simple tips and tricks, you can learn how to use a planner effectively and make using your Commit30 planner a regular part of your daily routine.

Step 1: Commit to using your Commit30 planner everyday.
The first habit is to keep it close to you whether it be your bedside table, workspace or where you have your breakfast in the morning. Leave it open on your desk or counter where you can see this week's schedule and to-do list.

Step 2: Set a specific time for planning
To make using your planner a consistent habit, it's helpful to set a specific time each day for planning. This could be first thing in the morning over coffee, during your lunch break, or before bed. Choose a time that works best for your schedule and stick to it as much as possible. I have mine open or with me throughout the day to check in with my tasks or look at the daily schedule. I like to set up my planner for the week ahead each Sunday evening.

Step 3: Start small
When you're first getting started with using your Commit30 planner, it's important to start small and keep it simple. Begin by planning out just a few tasks or appointments each day and gradually build up as you become more comfortable with the process.

Step 4: Make it a routine
To make using a planner a habit, it's important to make it a regular part of your daily routine. Consider incorporating your planner into your morning or evening routine.

Step 5: Celebrate your progress
As you start to use your Commit30 planner more consistently, it's important to celebrate your progress and acknowledge your hard work. This could be as simple as checking off completed tasks or rewarding yourself with a small treat when you've stuck to your planning routine for a certain period of time.



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