Now that we're in the second half of the year, it's time to evaluate.
One thing to determine is how well your planner setup is working for you. If you are having Planner Fail, now is a good time to get a new planner. 18 month planners have already started, and academic-year planners will start next month so you don't have to be stuck with a planner that's not working for you.
It's also time to evaluate your annual goals and see what progress you've made and what still needs to be done. Are you where you expected you'd be by this time of the year? If not, what has been hampering your progress so far? Think of ways to get around roadblocks, and adjust your goals to get as much done by the end of the year (or your designated deadlines) as possible.
I'm happy to report that my mid-year planner evaluation is all good! My self-drawn planner is still working spectacularly well for me, even through the busy end of the school year and the upheaval of my move. The vertical weekly format with space for notes keeps my schedule and tasks organized, the monthly calendars with monthly notes pages help me plan ahead, and the goals pages have kept me on track all year. I'll have images ready for you to see soon!
How are you doing so far? Do you need some tweaks, a total overhaul, or are you rolling along well?