I don’t know about you, but I have a hard time with time management. I work with refugees and manage an ESL program, both of which are quite time-consuming, and I tend to either go all out and put in 50 hour weeks or, conversely, swing wildly in the other direction and spend days on end getting nothing done. The difference between Sacred Ordinary Days and other planners is that it encourages me to live more intentionally, to slow down and build in times of relaxation and respite into my times of busyness, and so to live a more balanced and contemplative life. How can a simple planner do this? Read my review of Sacred Ordinary Days at 5 Minutes for Mom to find out.