A new year is upon us, and with it comes new challenges, new adventures and new outlooks. It is a time of the year when many people reflect on the past year and often try to envision how the new year could be better, more productive and more engaging.
I have to admit I haven been feeling quite uninspired as of late, I think I have run in to the dreaded creative blogger burnout. Granted I have a lot on my plate: I was laid off, I work in an industry that is extremely challenged, my mother was diagnosed with cancer, and then there is the state of the county—angry and divided, and the turmoil of the world at large. So not surprising that I have hit a wall of uncertainty and disinterest.
Though blogger burn and burn out in general is a some what complicated problem, one can start to address the problem in easy to manage baby steps
It is easy then to become overwhelmed and unproductive. I get up every day and sit in front of the computer and at the end of the day I wonder what I have accomplished. Though blogger burn and burn out in general is a some what complicated problem, one can start to address the issue in easy to manage baby steps and one of these step is getting ones’ thoughts in order.
So today my dear readers I am going to share with you a number of companies that specialize in making daily planners. Some lean more on aesthetics, while others have done scientific research in to how the mind works and what organizational systems are the most productive. What ever your motivational style, daily planners can help you to become more organized and disciplined, and this in turn can help you stay on task and accomplish your goals.1