monalisa Posted June 15, 2012 Share Posted June 15, 2012 I am trying to revamp my calendar approach for myself and the whole family. I eventually want to start my dd9 keeping her own calendar, when she gets to 5th grade, like SWB recommends in the lecture about students working independently. So I bought a big family wall calendar to have everyone's activities listed in clear view. However, I can't figure out of that should be MY calendar too, or if I should keep a separate one. I have used a Franklin planner for years because I used it when I worked full time (but not well; mostly only the monthly pages get filled out). I always deep down want to combine everything into one binder or planner, with homeschooling and household/personall all in there. I think I didn't use the Franklin daily pages very much because they are the small half size (Classic) and I don't write that small. SO then I keep my to do list in my head which isn't so good. I'm curious to know what other people do, because I can't quite figure out what I need. If you have a homeschool planner, do you then have separate personal and family calendars? And do you do your daily planning (to do lists etc) in your homeschool planner? Or Do you have a separate household notebook that has calendars and to do lists etc? I need some ideas :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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