A full-time physician with three young kids and a couple of side hustles, Sarah Hart-Unger relies on some time-tested systems to make sure she doesn’t miss a meeting, carves out space for her own creativity, and prioritizes date nights with her partner. She’s here to share tips and ideas with Sarah Powers as they chat all things planners, planning, goal-setting, and to-do list management in this month’s Voices interview episode. Join us!
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Links we mentioned (or should have) in Voices 44:
- Sarah Hart-Unger is one of the hosts of the Best of Both Worlds Podcast
- The planner Sarah Hart-Unger uses can be purchased straight from Japan, from Jetpens, or on Amazon
- Other planners recommended by Sarah are Erin Condren planners, Inkwell Press, Emily Ley Simplified Planner or Day Designer, Agendio, and The Plum Paper Planner
- Check out Sarah’s blog, theshubox.com
- Sarah mentioned following the Instagram account Plannerisma
- Meagan and Sarah were both guests on the Best of Both Worlds Podcast! Listen to Meagan here, and Sarah here
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i LOOOOOOOOVE this episode! this kind of stuff is why i feel in love with this podcast. getting into the nitty gritty, geeking out over organizing, planning a mom-life that we want for ourselves. sarah, you ask ALL the questions that i would ask!
Sarah Powers says
Ha! Thanks, Tram!! Happy New Year!
Loved the episode and recommended it to a fellow planner geek. I would love to hear more from others that their lifestyle doesn’t allow planning as easily. I am a SAHM with one in Kindergarten and a 3 year old at home with me. My husbands work is completely on call and he can be gone for a few days at a time. Any other on call working families? Even meal planning is a struggle as I don’t know if my husband will be home to eat or the kids and I stuck with leftover for days.
Sarah Powers says
Kate, thanks so much for this comment. Agreed that there are seasons of life where planners and planning are so much harder to wrap your head around. I fully admit I did not keep a calendar or planner when I was in your stage of life – it felt like naps and bedtimes provided the main structure to my days. 🙂