When we came to look at what would be the townhouse we now rent, I was impressed. Anything was better than the tiny, dark third-floor apartment we’d been living in, and I was ready to live anywhere else.
The downstairs was your average townhouse. But when we walked upstairs, I saw the thing that sold me on the house altogether.
An open space for an office. And right beside it? An 8-foot wide closet with double doors and shelves.
Was I thinking about using this storage for useful things like toilet paper, emergency supplies, or off-season clothes?
No, friends. I was thinking about storing all my notebooks.
See, I’ve been a planner forever. I have always loved trying out different planners and different ways to plan. In all my experience, I’ve landed on three primary ways to plan our days.
One way lends itself to tons of flexibility, one for the list-maker, and one for the time-sensitive planner.
I created a video to share these three ways of planning with you, along with a few other tips to help you make time for what matters most as you plan your days!
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Kayse is a wife, mom, and founder of the Anchored Women community. She writes to help women fight busy, find rest, and build a life that’s anchored in Christ. Kayse is also the creator of the S.O.S. Planner, the Anchored Life Kit, and other practical resources that equip women to manage their homes and families in confidence. You can find her writing and her resources at anchored-women.com!