4 creative ways to enhance your daily planner and boost productivity

If you’re looking for a fun, easy strategy to help you stay on track, try coming up with creative ways to organize your daily planner. Here are a few tips to help you jazz up your planner and boost your productivity. Create a section for creativityYou want to motivate yourself to look at your planner at least once a day to make sure you’re on task. These might include work-related tasks, household chores, monthly bills, extracurricular activities, or gym sessions, and assign a color to each. Tha


If you’re looking for a fun, easy strategy to help you stay on track, try coming up with creative ways to organize your daily planner.
Here are a few tips to help you jazz up your planner and boost your productivity.
Create a section for creativityYou want to motivate yourself to look at your planner at least once a day to make sure you’re on task.
These might include work-related tasks, household chores, monthly bills, extracurricular activities, or gym sessions, and assign a color to each.
Tha
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4 creative ways to enhance your daily planner and boost productivity

Staying motivated to meet your goals can be challenging. If you’re looking for a fun, easy strategy to help you stay on track, try coming up with creative ways to organize your daily planner. Some members of the #plannercommunity, which has over 3 million posts on Instagram, like to deck out their daily planners with pops of color, stickers, and more. Putting extra effort into your planner is more than a fun, crafty project. Writing your goals down and adding some flare to the planning process can help you visualize those smaller tasks and bigger goals for the week, making you more organized and productive in the long run. “This helps you carve out what’s important,” Chris Bailey, author of “Hyperfocus: How to Manage Attention in a World of Distraction,” told Grow last year. “You can decide what needs to get done instead of responding to what’s urgent.” Here are a few tips to help you jazz up your planner and boost your productivity.

1. Create a section for creativity

You want to motivate yourself to look at your planner at least once a day to make sure you’re on task. So find a way to make it fun. Before you write down your to-dos, take a few minutes to create a space to jot down what you’re grateful for each day. “A lot of times, I’ll create a section in my planner for me to write down what I’m thankful for that day so that I can continue to practice having gratitude each day,” says Kelly Smith of Freedom In A Budget. If your creativity comes out in images, use that space to doodle. Taking a few minutes to use that space for creativity or reflection can help you feel more refreshed, renewed, and ready to take on the day. And if your planner makes you feel uplifted, you’re more likely to check it.

2. Pick a word or motto for the week

When you’re planning out your week, think of an inspiring quote, or even a single word, that you want to define it. Your word or phrase might be “adventurous” or “try new things,” anything that inspires you to meet the challenges you’ll face in a given week. When you’ve hit a rough spot in your week, or when you don’t feel like completing the tasks in your planner, refer back to this quote and remind yourself of what you hope to accomplish.

3. Throw in pops of color

“I usually use a color coding system, which probably wouldn’t work for everyone’s brain, but it does for mine, and it’s a way to keep me organized, while still making the process enjoyable,” says Allison Strickland, the blogger behind Financial Flamingo. Think of a few different categories of tasks that you complete regularly. These might include work-related tasks, household chores, monthly bills, extracurricular activities, or gym sessions, and assign a color to each. That way, a quick glance at your planner will tell you what your day will look like.

4. Keep it simple if that’s what motivates you


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Airbnb to hold stakeholder day

Airbnb to hold stakeholder dayAirbnb announced it will change its corporate governance structure to involve all stakeholders, not just investors. CNBC’s “Squawk Box” crew reports.


Airbnb to hold stakeholder dayAirbnb announced it will change its corporate governance structure to involve all stakeholders, not just investors.
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Airbnb to hold stakeholder day

Airbnb announced it will change its corporate governance structure to involve all stakeholders, not just investors. CNBC’s “Squawk Box” crew reports.


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Here are Friday’s biggest analyst calls of the day: Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Pinterest & more

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during an announcement of new products at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Monday, June 4, 2018, in San Jose, Calif. Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Friday:UBS said in its downgrade that Twitter’s ongoing investments into safety, security, and advertising technology could be an earnings headwind for 2020. “As we enter 2020, we see TWTR at a bit of a crossroads – we con’t to hear from ad industry contacts that 2020 should be a year where TWTR’s plat


Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during an announcement of new products at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Monday, June 4, 2018, in San Jose, Calif.
Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Friday:UBS said in its downgrade that Twitter’s ongoing investments into safety, security, and advertising technology could be an earnings headwind for 2020.
“As we enter 2020, we see TWTR at a bit of a crossroads – we con’t to hear from ad industry contacts that 2020 should be a year where TWTR’s plat
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Here are Friday's biggest analyst calls of the day: Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Pinterest & more

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during an announcement of new products at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Monday, June 4, 2018, in San Jose, Calif.

Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Friday:

UBS said in its downgrade that Twitter’s ongoing investments into safety, security, and advertising technology could be an earnings headwind for 2020.

“As we enter 2020, we see TWTR at a bit of a crossroads – we con’t to hear from ad industry contacts that 2020 should be a year where TWTR’s platform is set to capitalize on large scale global events (Olympics, European football championship & US election) but exiting from its ‘buggy’ summer we think TWTR mgmt also is likely to persist with investments around safety/security and ad tech stack.”

Read more about this call here.


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OPEC secretary general says oil demand has ‘upside potential’

Worldwide oil demand forecasts may be lower than in previous years, but OPEC Secretary-General Mohammed Barkindo said Friday to CNBC that demand growth is still “robust” and could surprise to the upside over the course of 2020 as trade tensions subside. In December OPEC+, which is the 14-member cartel as well as its allies, agreed to cut production by an additional 500,000 barrels per day for the first quarter of 2020. This lifted total production cuts to 1.7 million barrels per day, above the 1


Worldwide oil demand forecasts may be lower than in previous years, but OPEC Secretary-General Mohammed Barkindo said Friday to CNBC that demand growth is still “robust” and could surprise to the upside over the course of 2020 as trade tensions subside.
In December OPEC+, which is the 14-member cartel as well as its allies, agreed to cut production by an additional 500,000 barrels per day for the first quarter of 2020.
This lifted total production cuts to 1.7 million barrels per day, above the 1
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OPEC secretary general says oil demand has 'upside potential'

Worldwide oil demand forecasts may be lower than in previous years, but OPEC Secretary-General Mohammed Barkindo said Friday to CNBC that demand growth is still “robust” and could surprise to the upside over the course of 2020 as trade tensions subside. “By and large what we see from our side is an upside potential of growth from the demand side of the equation, which will affect the total balance for the rest of the year,” he said. “We are hoping that some of the challenges that we’re facing in terms of international trade will be addressed.”

Oil finished 2019 with a nearly 35% gain, but prices remain well below their prior highs. Part of this is due to the shale production surge in the United States, which Barkindo said is a “major variable” in OPEC’s decisions. In December OPEC+, which is the 14-member cartel as well as its allies, agreed to cut production by an additional 500,000 barrels per day for the first quarter of 2020. This lifted total production cuts to 1.7 million barrels per day, above the 1.2 million barrels per day cut agreed upon in December 2018. Saudi Arabia, OPEC’s largest producer, also said that it would continue its voluntary cut of 400,000 barrels per day, effectively bringing the alliance’s total cut to 2.1 million barrels per day. “We remain focused on stability for the first and second quarter of 2020. The decision was to ensure that there’s no imbalance in these quarters,” Barkindo said. “But the total equation is looking at both supply and demand sides. We can only address the supply side of the equation. The demand side is something that we watch with very keen interest.”

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Gwyneth Paltrow says this wellness practice is ‘one of the healthiest things we can do’ — and it’s free

But when it comes to Paltrow’s own routine, her favorite wellness practice is surprisingly simple and cheap: walking. “I started walking about a year and a half ago, and I make sure to walk every day,” Paltrow tells in an interview with CNBC Make It. Sometimes Paltrow walks with her husband, Brad Falchuk, her kids, Apple, 15, and Moses, 13 — or her rescue dog. In addition to walking, Paltrow’s workout routine also includes exercising daily with celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson. Although many of


But when it comes to Paltrow’s own routine, her favorite wellness practice is surprisingly simple and cheap: walking.
“I started walking about a year and a half ago, and I make sure to walk every day,” Paltrow tells in an interview with CNBC Make It.
Sometimes Paltrow walks with her husband, Brad Falchuk, her kids, Apple, 15, and Moses, 13 — or her rescue dog.
In addition to walking, Paltrow’s workout routine also includes exercising daily with celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson.
Although many of
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Gwyneth Paltrow says this wellness practice is 'one of the healthiest things we can do' — and it's free

Gwyneth Paltrow is the founder and CEO of luxury lifestyle brand Goop. It’s website is full of expensive, unconventional wellness products for sale, such as a $500 infrared sauna blanket and a $84 crystal-infused water bottle. But when it comes to Paltrow’s own routine, her favorite wellness practice is surprisingly simple and cheap: walking.

“I started walking about a year and a half ago, and I make sure to walk every day,” Paltrow tells in an interview with CNBC Make It. Sometimes Paltrow walks with her husband, Brad Falchuk, her kids, Apple, 15, and Moses, 13 — or her rescue dog. Other times she prefers going out alone.

Walking is Paltrow’s “time to let the brain disengage from input, while having fresh air and moving the body,” she says. “It’s also, from a research perspective, turning out to be one of the healthiest things we can do is just walk.”

(Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren is also a fan: She walks 6.6 miles each day and says it helps her relax and feel grounded while campaigning.)

In 2017, Goop reported that Paltrow swears by “earthing” or walking barefoot in nature. “They say that we’ve lost touch with sort of being barefoot in the earth and that there’s some type of electromagnetic thing that we’re missing,” Paltrow told ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” in June 2017.

While the research on earthing is hazy, lots of studies suggest that walking in nature has legitimate benefits.

Studies show that walking can boost creative output by up to 60%, as well as improve your mood and decrease feelings of boredom. A 2015 study from Stanford University found that taking a 90-minute walk in nature improves cognitive functioning and decreases anxiety.

Walking counts as a low-impact form of cardio exercise, and it may help lower your risk of high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes, according to the National Institutes of Health. Walking briskly for 30 minutes a day, five days a week, is enough to meet the federal exercise guidelines for adults.

In addition to walking, Paltrow’s workout routine also includes exercising daily with celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson. “I’ve been a Tracy Anderson fanatic for over a decade, I’m an investor in her company, so yeah, I go every morning,” she told Women’s Health magazine in March 2017.

Although many of the wellness practices that Goop preaches are expensive, “the true tenets of wellness are all free,” Paltrow told the New York Times in March 2019. “Being in nature, meditating, eating whole foods. If you told our grandparents that eating whole, natural foods was elitist, they would have thought you were crazy.”

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Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.’s Day with community service benefits both you and others—here’s how

According to Harvard Medical School , people who volunteer often are more likely to be physically active and less likely to be stressed. Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has spoken openly about the benefits of providing volunteer opportunities to his staff. Benioff also says he provides opportunities for new employees to do volunteer work during their first day on the job. Giving employees the opportunity to volunteer from day one allows everyone to feel good about their jobs, the tech CEO explains.


According to Harvard Medical School , people who volunteer often are more likely to be physically active and less likely to be stressed.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has spoken openly about the benefits of providing volunteer opportunities to his staff.
Benioff also says he provides opportunities for new employees to do volunteer work during their first day on the job.
Giving employees the opportunity to volunteer from day one allows everyone to feel good about their jobs, the tech CEO explains.

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Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.'s Day with community service benefits both you and others—here's how

According to Harvard Medical School , people who volunteer often are more likely to be physically active and less likely to be stressed. Additionally, according to a Boston College study , nearly 90% of companies that offer volunteer opportunities to employees see a correlation between employee participation and increased engagement at work.

Though many people use the day to rest and relax, research shows that volunteering in your neighborhood can be a huge benefit to both you and those around you.

Recognized by nearly half of American employers , the holiday grants thousands of professionals paid time off to celebrate the civil rights leader’s life by volunteering in their community.

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has spoken openly about the benefits of providing volunteer opportunities to his staff. Employees at the cloud-based software company receive seven paid days of volunteer time off (VTO) per year. This includes, according to its website, doing anything “from volunteering at a school to building houses in remote parts of the world.”

Benioff also says he provides opportunities for new employees to do volunteer work during their first day on the job. “On their first day of work, we take everyone and we show them the kitchen and the bathroom and their office and their desk,” he told The New York Times. “Then we take them out and they do service in the afternoon. They’ll go to a homeless shelter or they’ll go to the hospital or go to a public school. This is a very core part of our culture.”

Giving employees the opportunity to volunteer from day one allows everyone to feel good about their jobs, the tech CEO explains. And it shows them that their work is not only personally rewarding, but also rewarding for others. “Why do people want to be here? It’s not that we have more amenities than everybody else,” he adds. “We have less. We don’t have a cafeteria. But we have a stronger purpose and a stronger mission.”

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If you’re looking to invest in yourself and in your community this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, check with your employer about volunteer opportunities that may be offered. You can also visit the Corporation for National and Community Service site for other volunteer events taking place in your area.

CHECK OUT: Why January is a particularly great time to invest your money via Grow with Acorns+CNBC.

Disclosure: NBCUniversal and Comcast Ventures are investors in Acorns.


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Here are Thursday’s biggest analyst calls of the day: Nvidia, Tesla, Amazon & more

Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Thursday:Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock and said investors should wait for a better entry point. “In our opinion, four factors have driven TSLA’s share price up ~105% over the last four months: (1) stronger than expected global demand for Tesla vehicles, which has created more optimism around the long-term margin profile of the business; (2) China announcements that show Tesla’s expansion into the world’s largest electric vehicle (EV) market is p


Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Thursday:Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock and said investors should wait for a better entry point.
“In our opinion, four factors have driven TSLA’s share price up ~105% over the last four months: (1) stronger than expected global demand for Tesla vehicles, which has created more optimism around the long-term margin profile of the business; (2) China announcements that show Tesla’s expansion into the world’s largest electric vehicle (EV) market is p
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Here are Thursday's biggest analyst calls of the day: Nvidia, Tesla, Amazon & more

Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Thursday:

Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock and said investors should wait for a better entry point.

“In our opinion, four factors have driven TSLA’s share price up ~105% over the last four months: (1) stronger than expected global demand for Tesla vehicles, which has created more optimism around the long-term margin profile of the business; (2) China announcements that show Tesla’s expansion into the world’s largest electric vehicle (EV) market is progressing well from a demand and margin perspective; (3) supportive incentive developments (i.e. the potential, however small, for extended subsidies in the US); and (4) positive sentiment around product expansion.”

Read more about this call here.


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America’s favorite Valentine’s Day candy is back, but not without a few hiccups

Sweetheart candy hearts are seen on the shelf at the To The Moon Marketplace on January 29, 2019 in Wilton Manors, Florida. Sweethearts, the conversation heart candy, is back on shelves for Valentine’s Day after missing a year because of a change in its ownership. The long-moving process for transferring the Sweethearts’ equipment from Necco’s shuttered factory in Revere, Massachusetts, into another plant resulted in the delay, she said. And those challenges are still putting pressure on Spangle


Sweetheart candy hearts are seen on the shelf at the To The Moon Marketplace on January 29, 2019 in Wilton Manors, Florida.
Sweethearts, the conversation heart candy, is back on shelves for Valentine’s Day after missing a year because of a change in its ownership.
The long-moving process for transferring the Sweethearts’ equipment from Necco’s shuttered factory in Revere, Massachusetts, into another plant resulted in the delay, she said.
And those challenges are still putting pressure on Spangle
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America's favorite Valentine's Day candy is back, but not without a few hiccups

Sweetheart candy hearts are seen on the shelf at the To The Moon Marketplace on January 29, 2019 in Wilton Manors, Florida.

Sweethearts, the conversation heart candy, is back on shelves for Valentine’s Day after missing a year because of a change in its ownership.

But consumers might notice a few changes — fewer pithy sayings and a slightly different taste — and they won’t be quite as ubiquitous.

Sweethearts’ original producer, New England Confectionary Company, went out of business in 2018. Round Hill Investments, which bought Twinkie-maker Hostess while it was in bankruptcy proceedings, purchased the bankrupt candy maker at auction but sold its Necco wafer brand and Sweethearts to Spangler Candy several months later. Spangler’s best-known candy is its Dum Dum lollipops.

Because the candy company acquired the brands in the fall of 2018, it was unable to produce Sweethearts in time for Valentine’s Day just a few months later even though it was the most popular candy for the holiday in 2018.

“It became really apparent to us how much people were going to miss them,” Spangler spokeswoman Diana Moore Eschhofen said.

The long-moving process for transferring the Sweethearts’ equipment from Necco’s shuttered factory in Revere, Massachusetts, into another plant resulted in the delay, she said. Sixty truckloads of equipment had to be carefully dismantled, packed up and moved. Some larger pieces needed to be lifted out through the roof with a crane.

The entire moving process took about a year, according to Eschhofen. And those challenges are still putting pressure on Spangler’s ability to deliver the candy hearts this year.

“Based on consumer response and the technical challenges, we are not going to be able to meet all of the consumer demand for 2020,” she said.

The best place to find Sweethearts for Valentine’s Day will be nationwide drugstores like CVS and Walgreens, according to Eschhofen. Some regional stores may also carry them, but they will be in limited supply. The goal for 2021 is to return to Sweethearts’ normal production capacity.

The equipment also caused another headache for Spangler. The printer that Sweethearts used to press sayings like “you rock” and “love me” on the hearts was unreliable. The company decided to invest in a new printer, but the replacement printing equipment was damaged during production, and Spangler could not get it fixed completely.

For consumers, that means more conversation hearts than usual will be silent.

“We know that’s disappointing, but it’s a disappointment for us, too,” Eschhofen said.

Although fewer Sweethearts will come with the sayings that they are known for, Spangler is bringing the candy back to its roots by reviving the original recipe. The company located the formula buried in paperwork. Necco had tweaked the recipe over the years in an attempt to modernize the 118-year-old candy. The change brings back flavors such as banana and wintergreen.


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Google Maps keeps a detailed record of everywhere you go — here’s how to stop it

Google Maps tracks everywhere you go on your iPhone or Android phone, and then keeps a log of this information in a “Timeline” that shows you everywhere you’ve been. It’ll show you if you were driving, walking or on a train, and any pit stops you might have made during your journey. Sometimes this information can be useful, like if you want to remember the restaurant you ate at on Nov. 7 in New York City. (For me, it was Philippe Chow), and what you did before and after that. Here’s an example o


Google Maps tracks everywhere you go on your iPhone or Android phone, and then keeps a log of this information in a “Timeline” that shows you everywhere you’ve been.
It’ll show you if you were driving, walking or on a train, and any pit stops you might have made during your journey.
Sometimes this information can be useful, like if you want to remember the restaurant you ate at on Nov. 7 in New York City.
(For me, it was Philippe Chow), and what you did before and after that.
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Google Maps keeps a detailed record of everywhere you go — here's how to stop it

Google Maps tracks everywhere you go on your iPhone or Android phone, and then keeps a log of this information in a “Timeline” that shows you everywhere you’ve been.

This includes a creepy level of detail, like exactly when you left work, when you arrived at home, the exact route you took along the way, pictures you took in specific locations and more. It’ll show you if you were driving, walking or on a train, and any pit stops you might have made during your journey.

Sometimes this information can be useful, like if you want to remember the restaurant you ate at on Nov. 7 in New York City. (For me, it was Philippe Chow), and what you did before and after that.

Here’s an example of that day, including my stop for lunch, and a meeting I took with Snapchat on the Upper West side earlier in the day.


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A day with LA’s top real estate agent

A day with LA’s top real estate agentAaron Kirman knows how to close a deal: He’s sold about $6 billion worth of real estate over his 25-year career, making him the No. 1 agent in Los Angeles and among the top in the country. He routinely sells multi-million dollar properties, including one estate for a whopping $65 million, and on his new CNBC show, “Listing Impossible,” he helps stubborn homeowners sell their luxury real estate.


A day with LA’s top real estate agentAaron Kirman knows how to close a deal: He’s sold about $6 billion worth of real estate over his 25-year career, making him the No.
1 agent in Los Angeles and among the top in the country.
He routinely sells multi-million dollar properties, including one estate for a whopping $65 million, and on his new CNBC show, “Listing Impossible,” he helps stubborn homeowners sell their luxury real estate.
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A day with LA's top real estate agent

A day with LA’s top real estate agent

Aaron Kirman knows how to close a deal: He’s sold about $6 billion worth of real estate over his 25-year career, making him the No. 1 agent in Los Angeles and among the top in the country. He routinely sells multi-million dollar properties, including one estate for a whopping $65 million, and on his new CNBC show, “Listing Impossible,” he helps stubborn homeowners sell their luxury real estate.


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