Your calendar has different markers when you refer to yesterday, last year, the tornado was, when the baby comes. Some are past events that are personal to you and some are in the future. The things most important to you in a personal way, determine how you plan.
List-makers who date what they plan to do each day are fine until the list gets crowded with unfinished goals. Journals are filled with intentions. Regrets that last month everything and everyone changed your plans? Joys when there is something good is unexpected.
What if your day goes from 6 a.m. to 12 midnight? If your calendar book starts on Monday and ends on Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.? The iPad Calendar days start at 1 a.m. and ends at 11 p.m. Exhausting just to consider.
Your week may start by remembering to put the trash out on Tuesday for Wednesday pick-up. Your month may date from some event, like a wedding that requires planning for travel. By the end of the year, many people experience great sadness looking back. Even New Year’s resolutions fail to lift the gloom and add pressure to perform.
What differences your timetable and calendar happen to have were probably studied! Morning person wants breakfast at 5:50 a.m. married to ‘lazy’ night person who wakes up at 10 a.m. Time to consider the validity of a personal calendar.
We have so many electronics no longer in use. When you look at the pile of cords it is impossible to tell what they were for. New cell phones are replaced with the latest jazzy looking smart phone. (Smarter than who?) Companies, like Staples office supplies, charge to take these off your hands. Now Hewlett Packard will send you a label for shipping and will recycle any used electronics for free. The shipping label is for you to ship at no cost. See their recycle plan at