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Chapter 1. Selecting a Planner > Purchasing Your Planner

Purchasing Your Planner

By now, you're probably eager to get out there, purchase your planning tools, and get your family's schedule organized. So this section will give you some dollars-and-cents advice about what to get. However, even with all of the information we've already covered about what types of planners work best in what types of situations and for what people, it's really still a little early in the game to buy a lot of equipment with total confidence. As you read the rest of the book, we'll explore a lot of the often-overlooked areas of family scheduling, as well as some specialized tools for people in specific situations. So, you might want to hold off making a final decision on your planner until after you've read through the rest of the book. It won't take too long; that's a promise!

Table 1.5 will give you some idea of the annual cost of each of the systems we've outlined. Keep in mind that, in some cases, you'll need more than one of the components. For example, if you opt for a piece of family scheduling software for your family's computer, individual members might want a portable system—handheld digital assistant, two-year pocket calendar, or day-by-day pocket diary—to carry along with them.


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