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Is it sad that it's only October but I'm already filling in a calendar for next year?
Am I the only one who does this?
I was finally able to buy a monthly planner for next year and since I have to day off from work for Columbus Day, I'm sitting here at my desk filling it in already. Whether it's sad or not, it does help me with all my spreadsheets I have to make for next year (I have to keep track of our hours for the three different jobs and I need to make sure I have pay dates correct).
I'm glad to see you post this as I'm actually feeling a little off as I keep forgetting to order my 2019 planner and I really want to do what you're doing. It makes me feel better seeing it all. I think I'll go and order it now.
Don't let your heart be filled with sorrow, for all you know, tomorrow, the dream that you wish will come true.
No. I have had court hearings and other appointments scheduled into 2019 for some time now.
O also realized that some of my medical appointments are scheduled a full year in advance, others six months. I always schedule my next appointment at my current one.
Better to have them in a calendar than on scraps of paper.
Last edited by Huntermom; 10-08-2018 at 04:33 PM..
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I keep a monthly paper calendar in my purse, and I transfer info from it to my phone with reminders set on Sunday (during the sermon at my church, isn't that bad?) We also have a big white board in our living room/dining room area with the week's plans. DH homeschools, and we have only one car now, so we have to find time to get on the same page each week to make it work.
My current pocketbook calendar is a 2 year month at a glance type. I am finding that it is enough for me at home.
At work, I use the appointments application that comes with our email. I have LOADS of stuff on there. Working for the school district, my year starts in the fall, and I have appointments planned through spring of the next year pretty quickly.