these planners from dozi are super cute.
"plan of action" printable from Sam Osborne also seems like it would be excellent for helping to prioritize tasks and keep me organized.
In the past, I've always preferred to write down "to do" lists instead of using apps or desktop calendars, but I'm willing to try something new. I've heard there are apps where you can "cross off" a task when you're finished with your finger and it drops down to the bottom of the list, which sounds like good geeky fun to me.
Buuuuut, as much as I know that I do need to get organized and plan my days, I also know that getting things done is not just about writing things down. We all go through ruts where motivation is lacking and it seems a struggle just to get up and do the things one must each day, let alone be creative. If you're feeling the same way, maybe you'll find some inspiration in these words:
“Never give up. And never, under any circumstances, face the facts.” - Ruth Gordon