How to Pre-Plan Your Week So You Don’t Stress
15Apr

How to Pre-Plan Your Week So You Don’t Stress

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Anna Runyan

Anna is the founder of Classy Career Girl, named by Forbes as one of the top 35 most influential career sites of 2014. She helps millions of women design and launch their dream careers, businesses and lives through her website, online courses and social media channels.

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Shay - April 7, 2017

I like this idea a lot. However, I have an existence where every day is almost the exact same. I have a voice acting career that I’m learning the ropes of, so I’m not really sure what all I should be doing anyway in regards to it. I already have a dangerous habit of overthinking things so I’m trying to be careful of that. Do I even need a list if that’s the case?

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Carol wright - April 7, 2017

It doesn’t matter what you do, you need lists and to be organised otherwise your day runs away and before you know it it’s gone and you have achieved nothing. It keep you focused.

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Carol wright - April 7, 2017

It doesn’t matter what you do, you need lists and to be organised otherwise your day runs away and before you know it it’s gone and you have achieved nothing. It keeps you focused. This is great advice and your planners are really helpful. Love your work

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    Anna Runyan - April 8, 2017

    Thank you so much!! Means the world! Thanks for reading.

Tina2001a - April 19, 2017

My husband bought me a Neat scanner for my receipts, papers I need to scan & save. It’s easy but doesn’t catagorize things well like they advertise. You can synch to the cloud & view your receipts or documents from any device or on your cell. Another thing I do, is to snap a pic of certain documents & email them to myself, then put them in email folders for quick access.

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