I really like the Planner Pad format, too, especially after I quit using them for a couple years. The Planner Pad style templates others created and graciously uploaded to DIY are nice but pages are too small for my good leather Personal Pages size binder. I found an old spiral bound Planner Pad from 2003 in my files, and luckily found a two page (one week) spread with only a few notes and used white out to delete them. Hi, this is a really great Submitted by plannergirl (not verified) on Mon, 2009-01-05 18:35. LSan - I think there surely would be interest in an upload of your Word doc version of a PlannerPad-esque form.
That's certainly been true of the Priority Planner LS, though whether it will be a "success" remains to be seen. Planner Pad 2007-2008 Submitted by ClydeGriffith (not verified) on Mon, 2009-05-25 02:09. I just wanted to let you know that I LOVE this planner layout and I've been using for several months.
Please note this article is not a critique of GTD or a replacement for one’s current system.

Note: unlike plan ‘B’ there is nothing mysterious about the project reference number it is there so we can keep track of all the files, sheets of loose paper, letters, and request forms which will some take over one’s workspace.
Now no one will be foolish enough to believe a simple outline can solve all our planning problems, we need to combine it with a process map. This is actually very like the process I use when planning large projects for work, though in my case the objectives are often spelled out by the boss before I ever begin.
Noradrenaline (norepinephrine), dopamine's best friend - As with the other three, noradrenaline is produced in different places for different purposes; for example the heart tissue, the adrenal glands, and the noradrenergic system. The D*I*Y Planner product, its name, and its associated designs are owned by Douglas Johnston. I can print my Outlook calendar in Compact size, which fits perfectly in my purse, but, when needed, I can also insert those pages into my Rollabind day planner as I switch to larger appointment pages temporarily, when needed, then go back to the pocket calendar again down the line, and my Rollabind dayplanner will ultimately store all the pages in one notebook.
Take a sheet of paper and write at the top the projects reference number (say foo30507R301009), followed by the topic, and today’s date.
Whether one is planning to build an interstellar superhighway or make a cup of tea one has a specific objective in mind.
Although my methods seem complicated on screen I have been using them so long grabbing a sheet of paper and drawing out the problem has become automatic as your method has for you.

I've been using Week at a Glance and an additional system or two to stay organized, but I am on a hunt to find somthing similar to Planner Pad that I can customize without starting from scratch. Can't say I have ever heard of PlannerPad before, but what you have done here is exactly what I want. In this case it is not Bell South or AT&T but dopamine that carries the important instructions on planning, which memories should be stored and attention span. I wish there was some kind of computer software with lots of planner templates and you could customize them, enter in your personal dates and data, and then either print them yourself or have them printed in a binder style! A week or so ago I created a Letter-sized Rollabind planner, then discovered it was too big for convenient lap-holding so switched to the "Classic" of "Junior" size.
I know what I want (like a paper version of a Palm), I just can't find it and don't have the skills to make it easily.

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