Are you looking to get your family into some kind of order for 2020 and thinking about getting a Dairy or Wall Calendar to help with this, then why not check out our Handy Guide we have put together for some inspiration?
We are a sucker for the old fashioned route of writing everything down, not only is it quicker, it’s also because in our house if its not written down for others to see, it somehow not classed as important or doesn’t actually need to be done. The added bonus of writing it down for all to see means not just one person is responsible for remembering things!
So in the lull of things to do between Christmas and the kids going back to school we always task ourselves with filling in the pages of our New Year’s Diary and wall calendar and whilst shopping for ours this year we thought we could share some of our favs with you to save you the hours that we have just spent when picking ours
For the family we tend to use a wall calendar and for work we use a diary. Here is a sneak peek into the dairy we have picked for work.
This year we decided on a BloxClever Diary for work, it looks pretty and fits nice in a handbag when heading to meetings, here are a few of the sections we have found handy
The layout in ours is 7 days on one page and then the page next to it is for notes, which we find useful
At the start of each month you can also see it in block grid style over 2 pages
And a cute feature is each month has a bill tracker page and Plans for the month page
At the back there is a page to keep note of your fav websites – good place to write down WestWalesFamilyLife.co.uk hint hint lol! There’s also a page for important telephone numbers and a neat little pouch on the back page where you can save receipts or important letters.
But by far our fav page is at the front and its for your Goals and Dreams for the year, good to keep you mindful through out the year of what you trying to achieve!
But we have found loads of funny, pretty, cute and uber organised diaries and calendars for all types of families, so…..
Don’t Count the Days, Make the Days Count