Chronodex planner

I’ve received quite a few messages asking about the Chronodex Planner system (designed by Patrick Ng), so I decided to write a few sentences about it. Basically, it’s a very compact and organized way to put all your daily tasks in one little circle, as well as a daily opportunity to color something (stay inside the lines!). All you do is get a Chronodex Template (I used this one), come up with a to-do list, color in specific sections on the calendar and go be productive. You can tweak the system according to your needs, of course. Here are some photos:

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Chronodex templates can be found with a simple google search and printed out for your convenience.  For reference and a little inspiration, here are some helpful links:

  1. Home page for Chronodex Planners: although it looks a little outdated, the template is always the same and can be used any day
  2. Facebook Page
  3. Make it a stamp! 
  4. Stamp No. 2
  5. Chronodex Group on Flickr

What types of planners do you guys use? I’d love to know!
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