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2010 Busybodybook Personal & Family Organizer Spiral-bound – Engagement Calendar, October 1, 2009
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Not so with the BusyBodyBook. Perhaps because when I got my first one, I had more to keep up with -- more kids, more deadlines, more appointments. But I think it was the user-friendly format that opened up new ways of using it that caused me to become dependent on it.
For me, the layout is ideal.
The right side of the page holds a week's worth of the 5-column grid. I use the first column for appointments and regularly scheduled activities. The second column is devoted to keeping track of my hours for the freelance work I do. Column three is for keeping track of blog stuff. Columns four and five are sort of for overlap. When I'm on my game, I use the last one for meal planning, but that doesn't always happen (however it does make a lot more sense to keep it there than on the back of shopping list, which is the other place it ends up).
The left side of the book is blank on the first half and has a lined to-do list (complete with a place to check it off) on the right side. This side of the page gets my brainstorms, my hope-to-do list of household chores and errands, reviews that need to be written etc etc.
I personally use the Aug - Aug version because I am always getting my act together at Back-to-School time, but whether you buy a new planner in August or January, I can recommend this one highly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this organizer! 2010 is my third one, and it's perfect for organizing my freelance work with columns for each client. Read morePublished on January 9, 2010 by Kelly
BusyBodies is a great overall family organizer. It has a column for each person, up to five, for each day. Read morePublished on December 15, 2009 by D. PIRRI
This organizer is fantastic. It is great to be able to separate my activities, my husbands and my daughters. I am even able to have categories for work stuff too. Read morePublished on November 30, 2009 by Marcia M. Hall