Meet the diary that is a tried and tested tool for managing your life, your work, your family – while keeping your sanity.
“…Sam’s Stop the Flitter diary is amazing! I have used similar planners in the past and not really got on with them but Sam’s is unique – it’s fun but has everything you need to not only plan, but reflect too!”
The diary features a weekly grid layout, with four columns, for you to use however works best for you, giving you lots of space to keep track of all those important things happening in your life. Along with a weekly to do list, making sure those priority things get ticked off.
Taking a bit of a time on a regular basis to nourish yourself is really important for your well-being along with taking time to reflect on the good things. There is space to help you with both of these, enough to prompt you but not too much to overwhelm you. A change for this year, sees “Gratitude” expand to include “good bits”. This is in recognition that there are a variety of positive emotions, one of which is gratitude.
“It reminds me that I am important too. It makes me remember birthdays. It also makes me focus on financial goals.”
Keep Focused & Organised
Two things that can really help keep focused and organised: taking time to reflect on what you have been doing and achieved before then thinking about what is happening in all areas of your life. In this section you have space to plan your time, with prompts to plan your month thinking about all areas of life.
There are also more detailed action plans for those bigger tasks that need breaking down in the Plans to Reality section.
“…. I also find the monthly goal setting pages really useful, it reminded (and still reminds) me that I need to set goals for myself…”
Month at a Glance
A monthly view section, giving you space to see the whole month at a glance.
“…I enjoy making plans and the different sections at the beginning of each month make this extremely easy with the added bonus of tick boxes so that I can see all my achievements… “
Oh to Dream!
Space for you to think about how you want your year to look and feel, to help you keep focused. And space to doodle all those thoughts and ideas that pop into your head, that you need to keep safe until you are ready to think about them some more.
A space to think about what things you need to promise yourself and your family, so that you can be the best version of you for 2019. Think well-being. Think nourishment. Think fun.
Make Contact and Don’t Forget
No diary or organiser would be complete without somewhere to record the contact details and birthdays of the important people in your life.
What do previous customers say about it?
Below are some more comments from people who have been using the Stop the Flitter Diary.
I found the weekly layout for multiple people/things to remember soooo useful, the monthly reflection/planning pages really handy, and all the other little nice extras make it the perfect planner. I’ve used a few planners/organisers over the years and this is the first one I’ve found that helps me keep track of my daily schedule as well as using a column for each of my young children – after-school activities are all in there! I really enjoy the monthly separator pages, it’s something nice to start each month with and where I can move previous tasks along with, it’s definitely a good way to see progress throughout the months. I love mine and it goes everywhere with me!
My Stop The Flitter Diary is fab, its the first diary that has actually made me step away from my filo-fax for the first time in years! I’ve never felt more organised, motivated and on top of my goals. Love it!
Sam’s Stop the Flitter diary is amazing! I have used similar planners in the past and not really got on with them but Sam’s is unique – it’s fun but has everything you need to not only plan, but reflect too! I would recommend to anyone
Love it! It keeps me organised. Looking forward to getting my 2019 one.
My stop the flitter diary came at just the right time, when I was returning to work from maternity leave. My husband works shifts so it was good for me to have more than one column to keep track of everyone! I also find the monthly goal setting pages really useful, it reminded (and still reminds) me that I need to set goals for myself, not just for work or my family. All in all a really positive, one of a kind diary!
I like to sit at the start of each month and fill out my monthly planner page with some realistic goals for the month ahead! I have a look at my Plans to Reality pages as well to add at least one task in from there. My weekly planner, I use a column for ‘Me’ and column for ‘Family’, a column for ‘Kids’ and then the last column I use as a ‘To Do’ list for tasks I have to achieve on that particular day , using my weekly To Do List for things to do in general!
The diary is A5 size and spiral bound.