This is my first time posting in a forum but not on the site.
I was wondering what people thought of the non-linear planner called Chronotebook (a Google search will bring up more info than you want if you've never heard of it *lol*).
I'm very intrigued by it and have decided to give it a try (well, my own DIY version with a 24 hour clock), although I'm usually a very linear thinker.
After a year and a lot of paper, I still haven't found my groove (is a perfect planner unreasonable?). I've bought planners, made planners, downloaded planners, planned planners . . . but I'm still searching! Perhaps I don't know what I want. My schedule outside of the home isn't terribly busy, but I still like to have everything planned to death.
I've been thinking maybe I'm too uptight and need to do something completely outside myself--less rigid, less linear, less planned, just less (some say less is more). Enter the Chronotebook with its clock on a blank page, somewhat free but somewhat organized. It might just work.
I'm eager to hear what others think about this planner.