National Planner Day
Most of us started planning in school. We kept track of classes and other activities. Some of us started our journey in planning as early as school. We began with simple day planners, then moved on to planners that were hourly-based, allowing us to plan every detail of our days. National Planner Day is the perfect day for those who have made planning a daily obsession.
Planners know that having our days planned out in advance is a great way to feel secure and satisfied. We can avoid double-booking and don’t need to worry about missing important dates or appointments. Everything is in its place. Do not mistakenly believe that planners are organized people. The use of a planner is often an attempt to make up for the fact we are messy and disorganized people who need a place where we can organize our lives.
Everyone uses planners, from parents who stay at home to corporate executives who need a plan to get them through the day. Planners come in all shapes and sizes. Some people have separate business and personal planners to ensure that their lives are separate. Planners can even hire others to manage their planners! This is the next level of planning!
You can celebrate National Planner Day by getting out your planner and looking at the list of goals and obligations that you’ve met in the past year. It’s an opportunity to learn all you can about planners, even if you haven’t tried them yet.
Many people collect planners. This can be a fun and interesting hobby, given the sheer number of options available. Celebrate National Planner Day to help you organize your life.