7 responses

  1. Brendan
    January 29, 2008

    its true. her penmanship is terrible. I’ve seen it. 🙂


  2. Kris with a K
    January 29, 2008

    for all that the digital age provides, even the wonderful typing skills I gained in high school (knowing the ‘home row’ and all) I still prefer a paper planner/calendar. Guess I am just a tactile girl, and like the feel of the paper flipping from month to month.

    It just bothers me to see older people and younger kids on keyboards, who use the hunt-and-pack method for typing.

    Mavis Becon, WE NEED YOU!!


  3. Education Blog
    August 22, 2008

    Your post makes one think! Great article. Thanks for allowing me to comment!


  4. Brandy
    October 27, 2008

    I just found your blog and your Daily Home Planner. I am such a gadget freak but also love paper products. I am trying to figure out how to go paperless when it comes to calendaring. I really love your Daily Home Planner and am wondering how you use your calendar when on the go? I tend to need to write things on my to do list while I am at church, waiting for my kid at their lessons, etc. If I have my DHP on my desktop, it doesn’t really help in real life. Any suggestions?

    Brandys last blog post..Scentsy!


  5. Evelin
    March 29, 2009

    Marie Ricks! I met her at our monthly Utah Professional Organizers meeting. 🙂


  6. Patricia
    February 24, 2011

    Hi. I’m with you about paper. I scrapbook, and recently moved on to digiscrapping, and I.LOVE.IT. I can use and reuse the same papers, just by changing hues or colors. Of course, no matter what, paper takes up room, in your office or in your laptop, but you can be organized and do what you need to do. I’m not as tactile as I’m more of a visual girl. I’m trying to declutter my life as I go.


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