When it comes to being organized, I have pretty much been on my P’s and Q’s, but, before I took a trip to South Africa some years ago, I decided to do a transformation, which required some significant changes. It came down to organizing every aspect of my life. With that said, when it comes to staying on top of my daily priorities, I am all game! However, being the founder of an interior design studio, and the principal interior designer, this can be a heavy load to carry. Mix business and personal travel, Boston terrier mommy, exercise, quality “me time” with a chick who is already overly active, and things can get a little hectic.
Geesh – even as an OCD chick who feels everything should be taken care of accordingly can sometimes become a little stressed out when things seem as if they are not up to par. However, over the years, I have wasted a ton of money because every time I bought a planner, I thought I had found the perfect one. After only using it for a couple of weeks, I no longer acknowledge the real meaning of why I bought the planner in the first place. Each one ended up being non-functional. So finally, I assured myself that I would never purchase another planner until I am overly convinced that it would benefit me as far as the different aspects of my life.
One day while I was about to post to my business Instagram account, information about The Passion Planner was in my home feed.
The passion planner is the ultimate organizer!
So, I went straight to their website. I was pleased with what I was reading, and I decided to order the Classic “SunRise Gold” because besides being an interior designer, I am also a nerd chick who will become even more inspired by the vibrant color. Now, I must wait for my planner to come, and even though this planner has been out several years now, I still think I will be able to incorporate it within my lifestyle.
Requirements: I needed to have a variety of categories such as the following; define goals and life strategies, routine workout tracker, future personal and business endeavors, tracking stages (day, week, and month), a place to jot down creativity aspects, time management, traveling, doodling, sketching, and if there are bonuses, it will be even better.