Because sometimes I get on planner overload, I created a digital planner that features mainly simplicity and functionality. The Minimalist Digital Planner is tailored for those of us who crave an uncluttered and purposeful planning experience.
It features a single daily page that you can use every day. Just update the date and clear finished tasks, and you’re all set to conquer your day. The weekly page works the same way: You can seamlessly adjust dates and events at the end of each week, giving you a comprehensive overview without any unnecessary extra information.
Planning ahead is easy as well. The included undated monthly calendars from January to February provide a quick and easy way to anticipate important dates and events. The future log is important as it captures upcoming events and things you need to remember so that nothing slips through the cracks.
The yearly view gives a bird’s-eye perspective of your annual commitments and milestones. Two custom notebooks are also included for you to add personalized sections, trackers, or notes that cater to your own unique needs.
For those moments when you need a breather from choosing a new planner, consider the Minimalist Digital Planner. I keep it on my tablet as a central hub for important information, even when using a different planner. It’s a reliable go-to for quick updates and reference.