Using Paper with e-calendaring

I like paper. I always have. Where paper breaks down for me is in an e-calendaring environment. My office (and my two prior employers) assume that any time in my online calendar that is not scheduled is available for a meeting. (I have lots of meetings.)

This means that if I use a paper calendar, I have to keep the two calendars synchronized -- manually.

For anyone else that has lotsa meetings and has to maintain an e-calendar, I'd like to hear how you deal with this issue when using paper.

TIA

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No way from synchronizing

No way from synchronizing manually. I used to work in such environments, too. Only chance to come out alive is to schedule time you need for working as meetings, too.

Jester

Imagination is intelligence having fun!

Just print it.

K.,

Can you print a copy of your e-calendar, and put the hardcopy in your physical planner?

That will sync the paper to what's on the computer and knock out half the problem.

Magruder