As true believers in ‘what gets measured gets managed’ we are both fans of commiting things to paper. We’ve tried several different planners in the past, but nothing has stuck. Some planners feel like admin to fill in, some feel too light, a couple we have tried just felt like cliches and canvas wall art instead of actual tools to help us make the most of our mornings (and days). So we have set about to create one that works for us. With minimalistic design so you can focus on the basics - we’ve put together our own planner that has consistently kept us on track. We’re now sharing it with you in the hope of helping to cut through the noise and help you have Good Mornings, below are our six tips for getting a good planner.
1. Your planner should be built with usability in mind, the correct sized spaces, the right amount of lined and plain areas, clear, readable headings

2.Your planner should be clean lines and easy to fill. Less art, more practicality. A lot of the planners we’ve seen feel more like an appearance based tool instead of a practical tool. Our planner is minimilistic and clean, allowing more space for action over aesthetics.

3.Your planner should be adaptable. Not all routines include to do lists, not all habits are the same for everyone. Our planner is built to prompt, but also to allow you to mould into your perfect use. We have also allowed flexibility between daily planning and weekly, because sometimes it takes a while to get used to something before doing it daily doesn’t feel like admin,

4.Your planner should be personal. Not personalised, but personal. Able to truly make your own.

5.Your planner should be recordable. With space for dating, and a digital version – you can easily track and record what you need to.

6 .Your planner should be useful. No buzz words, just space to be your best self and get 1% better each day.

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