Over the years, I’ve been a writer, a publisher, a freelance book designer, a business woman, a rancher, and a wife and mother. Sometimes I’ve done all those jobs at the same time. Other times it was only been a handful of them. During that time I’ve used dozens of pre-printed planners, searching for the one planner that could help me keep my chaotic schedule in order. But no mass-produced planner could fit my lifestyle. It was only when I made my own planner that I found one that fit my needs at any giving time.
As the years progressed, my planner creating journey generated interest from other writers who loved the idea behind my writer focused planners and wanted a copy for themselves. At first I gave them a file to print, but after a request for a spiral bound planner, I decided to launch my first printed planner for writers. The 2016 Writer’s Planner was launched. While it wasn’t as successful as I would have hoped, I will never see it as a failure. It is my sincerest hope that you will be able to make this planner work for you.
Not the usual type of planner, the 2018 Writer’s Planner was created by a writer for other writers, but it can be used by anyone who plans their weeks around projects more than appointments. It is a yearly and weekly planner that allows you to see what appointments you have for the week, keep track of those pesky tasks that you need to make sure you have done daily, and make a to-do list of projects and/or tasks you need to work on but have no specific time or day when it needs to get it done. There are also several sections for projects that you maybe working on at any given moment.
After a few tweaks to last year’s pages and adding a few others, I’m ready to send the 2018 Writer’s Planner out into the world. Regardless of how you use this planner, I hope you find it a useful tool and wish you all every success in the coming year!
Inside you’ll find:
- Plan Ahead Section with a yearly overview, birthdays and anniversaries calendar.
- To-Do List for things you need to do this year & next year.
- Weekly Calendar Section for appointments, weekly projects and tasks.
- Contacts Section to keep track of the name, address, phone numbers, email addresses, and notes about the person.
- Online Tools Section to keep track of websites, usernames, and passwords.
- Notes and Plans Section for Gift List, Project Planning & brainstorming, notes & ideas, and sketches.
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Pages in the 2018 Writer’s Planner
Author: Stephannie Beman
Published: October 18, 2017
Interior Ink: Black & white
Weight: 1.33 lbs.
Dimensions (inches): 8.5 wide x 11 tall