I don't think I've ever been as productive as I was in high school. Can you imagine being asked to do two hours of history at 8 every morning, then two hours of math at 10, then two hours of physics? Then a 45-minute break for lunch, then two hours of English, a foreign language, and gym, with extra-curriculars and homework after? Jeez. As a grown-up, I don't know how I'd get through a work day without regular LOLCat breaks. When I think back on high school, I have no idea how I did it. But I suspect it might have been due to my trusty assignment notebook.When I first saw this wall-mounted calendar from Day One, it instantly reminded me of my trusty Chandler's assignment notebook. Could it possibly make me as productive a task-juggler as I was back in high school?
A lot of people use their computers for scheduling, but I find that if I don't physically write something down with a pen, it will slip through my fingers like a bit of shell in an egg white. Now that I work from home, having a giant, wall-mounted assignment notebook seems like just the thing, and this one is actually attractive.
Would you use a giant wall-mounted assignment notebook? Or do you have a different scheduling solution?
(Images via Day One)