Simply Planned Home School Planner
Every year I think this will be the year I will be more organized. Homeschool is no different. I’m a good “go with the flow” type of person. The more I add to my day the more planning I need. I still can’t completely embrace the minute-by-minute planner. Some things do require exact timing, but there are a lot of things that don’t. A good mix of timed items and priority lists work best for non-planners. As I work with my young family, I could drive myself completely crazy trying to follow a rigid plan. But without a target, I’m sure to miss my goals. My children are worth the discomfort to overcome my planner phobia.
I began my search. Most planners on the market are generated by “planner people.” They work well for other planner type people. I really felt that there wasn’t a planner sold that would work for me. I found myself ripping out pages of planners. Pages that just weren’t needed. I need a planner the works for me, instead of me working for the planner. Beauty is another thing that would be wonderful to find in a planner. Beauty that can carry you though the “dark days” of home school.