It’s a new year, which means it’s time for a new digital planner! Join me as I walk you through my January digital planner setup.
January Digital Planner Setup
I created a new digital planner for the new year in Keynote on my MacBook, and am using it in Goodnotes on my 9.7 inch 2018 iPad. If you want to make your own digital planner you can easily! Check out my series on how to create your own.
This year I am keeping my digital planner simple, as I am also still using my bullet journal – I’m never going to be able to give up that pen and paper! My Digital planner will be more so for brief overviews of the months (and a place to track things that come up when I don’t have my bullet journal); it will also be where I keep a lot of my collections, and things relating to my blog and my new Etsy shop!
I am loving the rose gold theme that I went with for this digital planner! As you can see this is one that I’ll be using for all of 2019 with the months along the right side, and I have my collections & lists along the top.
All of the tabs have links so I can easily use this planner!
A new thing I did this time around in my digital planner is I made the calendar with links – meaning that if I click on the Sunday of each week it will automatically bring me to that week!
I don’t know how much I will utilize this type of weekly in my planner, but I want to give it a go! I really want to be more purposeful with my time this year, so I think that by time blocking I will be more productive. If you time block let me know how it works for you in the comments!
Don’t forget that I give away free digital planning stickers every month – you can grab those in the resource library! Sign up here: