I'm a planner girl. No matter how far technology has come and how much I utilize a million forms of online communication, I'm still bound to pen and paper when it comes to mapping out my schedule and to-do's.
This year I dropped the ball a little bit and didn't pick up a planner until (gasp!) mid-January. When I finally did set about picking one up, I did it rather haphazardly. I stumbled into Barnes & Noble and picked up this teeny little thing (I generally go for over-sized, way too much info, will not fit in my purse type of daybooks!) for 50% costing me a whopping $4 and some cents.
And you know what? It's seriously the best planner I've ever owned.
And not just because it's little, and cute, and pink (watermelon, actually!) but because it's so much more. You see, it's made by a company called ecosystem...
And it gets better.
There is a handy-dandy pocket inside the back cover (along with daily calendar space and a notes page for every week!) and on that pocket is an ID number. Now, if someone were to find my planner, they could go to the company website, plug in the number, and get in touch with me. And if I login to the site, I can find out EXACTLY what my planner is made of, where it was made, how many people are employed at that location, and more. It's incredible, really!
So if you're a planner person or even if you're not (they also have lines of journals and other books) head over to ecosystem and learn what they are all about.
And in the meantime - tell me about YOUR planner, or lack of one. How do you keep yourself organized? Leave me a comment below!