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Hi everyone,

I found this site a couple of days ago, thanks to Google. I've tried different planners, both paper and electronic, and I have to say, there's something special about a paper planner.

Right now, I'm using a kind of hodge-podge of Daytimer, Franklin Covey and DIY templates on paper, and Palm Desktop for Mac and PC.

I'm also wondering about incorporating material from _The Artist's Way at Work_ in my planner. I've wanted to do it for a long time, but now I think I actually will, put the exercises in my planner so they are there, staring me in the face until I do them, and include Artist's dates in the calendar too.

Has anyone here gone through _The Artist's Way at Work_ or used its concepts in your planner? If so, I'd like to hear your thoughts on it.

-Susan

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Hey, Welcome

Hey Susan,

Welcome to D*I*Y!