It’s that time again, folks. Planner season. Actually it’s been planner season. Whatever. So it’s that time of year in which people post about what kind of planners they’re using and how they’re using them. I did that.
The only thing that completely slipped my mind when I was making this video was my digital planning tools. I think I may have mentioned them, but I really haven’t talked about how I use them.
Timeular is a new one for me. It’s a time tracking app you get when you buy the Timeular device. It’s easy to use. You just flip the tracker on whatever side is assigned to your current task and get to work. It’s been very helpful in seeing how much time I spent not writing. LOL. Seriously, though. It always feels like I am doing a ton and not getting anywhere. This little device and its app is a lifesaver to see where I’m spending a lot of time.
Then there’s ToDoist. I’ve had my business account with ToDoist so long that I’ve been grandfathered in to the pricing. With the introduction of boards this past year, ToDoist has become one of my favorite project management tools. I like it for its clean and minimal look and functionality. I track progress on my YouTube videos, my grocery list, and it sends me reminders on when I need to do things. It’s so helpful. And its template system is maybe the one reason why I bought the sub years ago. I made one for videos and every time I start a new one or I have the idea, I just upload the template into my video projects.
Anyway, I figured I’d mention those two, since they’re a big part of my planning systems. I hope you all enjoy the video and I’ll see you all very soon with another!