Last year, since everything was so upended due to Covid for 2020, I purchased a digital planner file for 2021 for my iPad. It was only a few dollars, and I thought it was better to try this file instead of spending $70 on a paper planner like I had the past few years. My logic was that if I used it and hated it, I wouldn’t be out much money.
I discovered that I LOVE digital planners. I have Goodnotes installed on my iPad, my phone, and my Mac computer, so I can access my planner in all three places! Even when I’m on the go I can still pull up my planner even if I don’t bring my iPad with me.
But then I discovered that wasn’t good enough. The file I bought was nice enough, but it got slow (quite possibly from all the stickers I was putting in the planner). But then I got to thinking…..it couldn’t be THAT hard to make them, could it?
I had made a few in the past. For a while I sold the Household Management Notebooks as an edit-able .pdf file people could type into and then print, so I took that concept and went digital.
Now I’m obsessed with adding more and more and more to these planners. It’s fun, and nice to see what options can be added to them.