One thing I have learned about blogging in the past year is that most bloggers (including myself) have a million ideas running through their heads at all times and they are usually juggling a family, babies, work at home or work outside the home jobs, and running a successful household, in addition to running a successful blog. How in the world do all of these women (and men) keep track of their ideas, projects, jobs, daily life activities, birthdays, deadlines…without dropping a ball somewhere?!!
Bubble Planner | Attention Deficit Destroyer
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When you look at my desk at work, you will see two sticky notes on a file cabinet, three on my computer screen, a few on the wall of my cubicle, and then other various notes spread around. I have a spiral notebook that I jot down notes and then I have two sets of tray files where I put various paperwork so I remember to look back at it. This is how my brain works!!
Most day planners work like a file cabinet. You write items down in a list and store that list. Often, you forget about the list.
The office where I work gives us a calendar every year and at the beginning of the year, you will see me write things down. After a few weeks, I store the calendar somewhere and forget to keep opening it. What good does that do me?! I have also tried day planners and list of “things to do” and very little seems to work for me. I tend to think all over the place…oh, that makes me think of something…rabbit trail…what was I doing again?!
By laying out your tasks like sticky notes on your desk, you tap into the hidden power of your short-term memory. Aristotle called this affinity for remembering things by location the Method of Loci.
With all of the sticky notes everywhere, it is difficult to remember everything when I am on the go. Sometimes I am at work and think of a blogging goal or I may be at home and remember a deadline or idea for work. With the Bubble Planner in my bag at all times, I have the power of sticky notes at my fingertips without the mess and the chance of a sticky note being lost.
The Bubble Planner caught my eye because it was advertising as a left-handed planner, but it is so much more!! The bubble way of thinking is just right for me as I’m juggling a full time work outside the home job, a busy 4 year old who is starting to participate in activities, and a blog – called GoingCrazy!! I need something to reign in my crazy brain and keep all of my thoughts in one place.
I have really enjoyed getting to know the Bubble Planner and jotting down ideas and deadlines, goals and plans, and having it all at my fingertips. While I am not going to make it to BlogHer12, I am planning to attend the Houston Blogger Symposium in September and I am definitely going to have my Bubble Planner by my side.
Embrace your Visual Thinker
A few reasons you need this planner:
- Unlike traditional calendars and planners, which focus primarily on tracking appointments, the Bubble Planner helps you to visually plan your days!
- The Bubble Planner uses the concept of mind mapping to help you prioritize your goals in six key areas of your life: Family, Intellectual, Social, Health, Economic, and Spiritual.
- The book itself is 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 in and is coil bound. The cover is laminated so it is sturdy enough to stand up to day to day wear and tear.
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