Does anyone have an Erin Condren planner?
- 0Dec 22, '13 by VAgirl247If so, how do you set it up with classes and clinical? I get mine tomorrow. I start January 15th I color code mine if that helps.
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- 0Dec 22, '13 by aubgurlI LOVE mine!! I use the color stickers (each one specified for test, clinicals, assignments, late days at work) on the monthly view. I will write the test subject on the sticker (ex. CV). The in the weekly view, I write the reading assignments, chapters, and more specifics about each subject.
- 0Dec 23, '13 by VAgirl247I can't wait. I've been out of school a semester. So I will need some motivation . I got extra blank stickers . I figured I'd put Work, major class assignment, quizzes, and tests, and volunteer EMS on the monthly. Workouts, class readings, study time, and "social life" (which will be Bible study lol!) during the week. The days I'm happy that I'm single haha.
- 0Dec 24, '13 by VAgirl247I use the stickers in the month views. The only stickers I use in the week views are for my crossfit work outs as they are expensive compared to my other gym. They get wasted if I don't use them in a week. That way I can't over look them. I've used the stickers so far for work in the month view. I'll do it for tests, quizzes, and major projects due.
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I've tried a couple great planners and this one is by far my favorite. I love the laminated covers, the month by month set up, the bookmark, and the room to write. I've never really used the stickers, but it's pretty cool that you can customize them.
- 0Dec 25, '13 by Corrine SNI use an Erin Condren planner and absolutely love it! I also have the personalized stickers for clinical, exams, advising appointments, registration, etc. I find that the monthly spread really helps in terms of having an all-at-one glance at what's coming up, but I use the weekly spread to write in what's due and what's been assigned. What helps for me is that at the beginning of the semester, I go through each syllabus and write everything that's been assigned (as long as there's a date). Then, throughout the semester, I'll write out colored Post-Its (with the lines) a week in advance to get started on what's coming up- if that makes sense? I also color code all of my classes so that I can decipher what course is what.
In general, I love that it's so organized and cute. I think the cuteness and the personalization of everything makes me excited to write in it, and is primarily the reason why it's always out when I'm in class. :-)