What do you use to plan your life

Do you use a planner, a bullet journal, a calendar, a stack of napkins with important dates on them? I want to know! Also include pics if you want/are comfortable with sharing
  1. I use a 3-1/2 X 5 Moleskin lined journal. I bought a leather cover on Amazon for about $15 that journals slip into. It fits in my back pocket and I have pages marked for Shopping, Li.St ideas, To Do, what I want to talk about next time I see my best friend, and others. When I fell one up, I pop a new one in.
    Compared to what you see on Pinterest mine is boring as hell, but it keeps me organized. I never leave the house without it.
    Suggested by   @pili_ervin
  2. I used to make lists. Now, with 2 teens, I just survive daily.😬
    Suggested by   @MichaelRose
  3. The automatic downloaded notes app on the iPhone
    Suggested by   @deven
  4. An old-fashioned planner
    I like to write too much for a digital planner to work for me. I thought I would like bullet journaling until I learned how complex it was. Now I use my planner to write whatever I think it needs to be there. These include appointments, lists, ideas, information, notes to self, and thoughts. Each day is different. I always bring it with me because whenever I don't I regret that.
    Suggested by   @Heartsounds
  5. Planner
    I transfer it to a calendar doc but start with a planner
    Suggested by   @karlalucia
  6. I use a combination of things, google calendar for Dr apts, birthdays, & anniversary's. I attach reminders the day before birthdays, & set to remind me yearly. I also rely heavily on Evernote. Its a free app that can be used across all devices, if I add something on tablet it shows up on my phone. It has options for text, or handwritten notes.
    Suggested by   @elmospimpingme
  7. iPhone Notes and iPhone Calendar
    I used to make paper lists on post-its, those free notepads from real estate agents left in your front steps, hotel note pads, and the many free notepads given to me by printer reps when I bought a ton of printed pieces for a job ... I live for notepads! I recently made the switch to using my mobile apps, and I'm very happy with it. You can add in appointments so easily and a little chirping bird tells me when it's time to go!
    Suggested by   @Dashelamet
  8. I'm multi-platform.
    Notes app for lists and, well, notes. Calendar app for appointments. A paper calendar for bill tracking (but I want to find an app for that). I use Photos for stuff, too. Like taking pics of papers and stuff I want to refer back too.
    Suggested by   @jhope71
  9. Too many things: mostly my iPhone calendar and reminders, a hanging calendar on the fridge and my bullet journal.
    Mostly the bullet journal is so I can remember what my life was like when I look back at the journal years from now. It doesn't actually help me stay scheduled. Which means I'm probably bullet-journaling all wrong but I don't really care. : )
    Suggested by   @amieshmamie
  10. I use my Passion Planner with phone (Calendar and Notes) as secondary planning tool. I go through phases of high planner use and times when I barely look at it.
    Suggested by   @macnchz
  11. 80% paper planner, 10% iPhone reminders, 10% desk calendar
    Suggested by   @serpentspass
  12. A clear project folder with sheets of long-term goals, index cards for weekly and daily to-do lists. Index cards are my life.
    Suggested by   @Gola
  13. My bullet Journal
    I've been bullet journaling for one year now and I love it more everyday. Notes, Appointments, To dos, ideas - literally everything goes in there so I can refer back to it later. Only thing I sometimes keep on the notes app in my phone is a groceries list.
    Suggested by   @mayla
  14. MUJI Planner and notes on phone! :-)
    Suggested by   @boba
  15. Google calendar for doc appointments, birthdays, & anniversaries. At work I use a notebook. I've been watching insta video tutorials on bullet journals, so I am gonna give that a shot bc I want all my stuff in one place!
    I prefer paper to digital.
    Suggested by   @ripnclebass
  16. icalendar, iphone reminders, and occasionally sticky notes on my laptop
    Suggested by   @sarahmccoy