BusyBodyBook and similar
Has anyone ever tried this planner? I use something similar to it to organize certain work-related task. It employs a grid format that some claim is helpful for parents -- schedules for multiple people or settings can be viewed at a glance.
I use my similar planner as a way to brainstorm ideas. For my job, I must monitor and stay on top of a large and complex subject. I divided my responsibilities into several different topics/areas to stay on top of, listed each sub-topic at the top of the grid, and periodically brainstorm what I can do to serve each sub-area on a regular basis. It helps me stay on top of things.
If you're interested in trying the BusyBodyBook -- which actually looks a bit better than my little planner, which I stumbled upon at a CVS store one day -- now is a good time. The Web site just started a 50% off sale. It's www.busybodybook.com.
Hope this helps!