Are you more of a digital or paper planner person? I have to admit, I love both. I love the convenience of my digital planner on my computer, but I love writing things in my paper planner, too. Sound familiar? What if I told you that you didn’t have to choose? Yes, you can have your cake and eat it, too!
Digital planners are great for keeping track of everything on your computer or phone. When you need to make a change to a digital planner, you simply edit a document and retype your plans. Easy peasy. Digital planners can have pages added for your needs or removed based on what you will use or won’t use.
I love the idea of digital planners and spent a lot of time creating this resource for you. It is The Ultimate Teacherpreneur Digital Planner. Inside, you will find an interactive PDF planner file so you can choose what you need in your planner. I made sure you can choose pages to include goals you may have for the school year, monthly and weekly planning pages, and ways to keep track of your podcasts, blogs, sales, social media, and even your virtual assistants.
I love a good paper planner, too. There is something so satisfying about physically writing down your lesson plans, calendar events, and weekly goals. I don’t know about you, but I think it helps me to remember things better when I physically write down my life. If you’re more of a physical planner person, I’ve got you covered, too. Check out these three editable google slides templates you can personalize and print. I have a Peachy Floral design, a Magnolia Farmhouse collection, as well as a Flowers for Her motif.
There are lots of options for digital and paper planners out there and so many reasons to love them all. Which one is your favorite?
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