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And as Meagan points out in this post, what works for one mom may not work for another – you’ve got to find the system that works for you.
One of the biggest drawbacks to an electronic calendar, in my opinion, is that you have to consciously check it – by clicking an app, or bringing up a program or browser window on your computer. Meagan is traveling (did you catch her beautiful post yesterday from Las Vegas?), so today we’re revisiting a post I wrote last year about calendar planning.If you’re still getting into your groove after the crazy-weather-start to 2014, this might help you get a handle on the weeks ahead. -Sarah If there’s one thing that busy moms cling to for dear life, it’s our calendars.Whether you swear by a datebook you carry in your purse, a dry-erase board hung on the wall, or an electronic calendar that lives in the cloud and syncs to half a dozen devices, I’m guessing you’ve got some kind of a system for keeping your family’s calendar.A paper calendar – especially of the refrigerator or wall variety – is right there in front of you, and somehow those neat little color-coded entries seem less easily forgotten because you see them a dozen times a day (and because simply the physical act of writing the down commits them to memory a bit more).
On the other hand, I’m a big fan of technology when it makes my life easier.
I manage the editorial calendars for two blogs and my husband has a complicated (and constantly changing) travel schedule that I like to be able to access at any time.
When the wonder of the internet allows me to see all these things – blog post schedules and Bryan’s flight departure times – on my phone and my computer all in one place (without a ton of tedious data entry), I’m all for it. paper-based calendar planning are what led me to the system I use now.
It works in 3 parts and combines the best of the online and pen-and-paper worlds.
I use Google Calendar for both my personal and professional schedules.
My computer and my smartphone both pull data from the Google Calendar, which lives in “the cloud,” so any changes automatically sync to whatever device accesses the information.