Unsolicited advice 2018 weekly planner
Unsolicited Advice 2018: Weekly Planner by Adam J. Kurtz
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I swear it was like five minutes ago but here we are, getting ready to do it again. We'll be challenged, we'll celebrate, we'll set goals, screw up, and chase them again. Life is hard sometimes but I feel like it is, you know, worth it. If you're like me, the new year is a time of reflection and planning, when everything feels especially possible. Sure, there are apps for this, but there's no substitute for a paper planner, which not only holds up to days of data, but also doesn't require a secure wifi connection. There's something special about putting pen or pencil to paper, and that's also why there are about a million planners and agendas out there. Cheap planners are easy to find but have literally zero personality.
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