I need to buy a six month planner twice a year. I do. I find that in January, I am totally obsessed with my new planner, that I spend the next five to six months entering every doctor, dentist and eye appointment, anniversary dates, birthdays, party dates, t-ball schedules, paper clip business cards and invites to pages, and tape in theater and drive-in ticket stubs. We Moms a/k/a The 4 Generations (there are actually 5, but the youngest is too young) have sat down, pulled out our planners, and compared important dates, weddings, birthdates, etc. to make sure we are all on track.
And then the sixth month rolls around and I don’t open my
planner often and before you know it, it’s December and time to get a new
planner. I look back over my year
and the first half is filled with to the
brim evidencing every place we have visited, shopped at, was seen at, every
birthday party, every appointment, every T-Ball game. It’s all there. Proof of a fun, bustling, very busy life. And then the last six months – nothing. An occasional, birthdate or party invite
found between Halloween and Christmas.
And it’s not like we didn’t do anything.
We did. Really. We vacationed,
staycationed, went to the zoo, the museum, the amusement park. Heck, we even hosted a Halloween party and an
Ornament Exchange party. But where’s the
|Posh Organized Living (Andrew McMeel Publishing- So, so pretty and the perfect size|
And that’s why I think I need to find a six month planner.
|From Peter Pauper Press - I LOVE this cover!|
I guess I could tear a 12 month in half and add new front and back covers to each half. Maybe, that could work…
I don’t know. It’s a dilemma.
|Another Peter Pauper Press, I love this cover, too!|
Peace and Happiness,