I've been working two part-time jobs, neither of which have regular set hours.
Add in all the midwife appointments (we've now entered the every two week phase of pregnancy).
And then try to plan hikes around all this (I'm part of a national organization in which volunteers lead weekly walks for families with little ones).
Good luck, I tell you.
It's just too much to keep straight. I tried using an online calendar, but I need to see it all laid out in front of me. Plus, I'm still trying to come up with a system to ensure my bills get paid in plenty of time.
I really wanted one of the fabulous life planners I'd read so much about by Erin Condren Design, but I didn't have $50 to spend on a planner. I did, however, receive an Amazon gift card as a Christmas present, so I spent many (many) hours perusing the options. I finally decided on one and, after one of the most discouraging deliveries on the planet, it eventually arrived. Side-note: Is this why people have Prime? So their packages don't drop off the grid and arrive 4 days later than expected? Anyway, moving on.
Having only used the planner for a couple weeks, I've already realized that I would have preferred one with the days broken down by hours so I could block out whole chunks of time. Next year! Otherwise, I'm loving it.
And it's one more item I can cross off my 2015 To-Do List.