A personal planner which I am developing in LaTeX. You are free to download and adapt to your own purposes. This is my first project in LaTeX. Pull requests are welcome.
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README.md

Planner in LaTeX

Current version: 2.0.0

New in version 2.0.0

I've broken the planner into three separate documents: the planner itself, a document for annual goals (and their monthly sub-goals), and a guide that contains the background research on goals, habits, and planning.

The planner document is complete and ready to use. Note that I have included my own weekly chores and habits; if you want to change these, the LaTeX document is easy enough to edit.

The annual goals document is ready to use, although it is lacking instructions. (Something for version 2.1.0, I suppose.)

The background research document, meanwhile, is in a constant state of revision as time allows.

All three documents have been changed to version 2.0.0 to reflect this new organizational plan.

You are welcome to download the pdfs (located in the build folder) or to fork this and make it your own. Please let me know if you do so, as I would love to see what other people make of this. (Note: Because the planner document contains several tables which must be iterated over several times, compiling of this document can take a long time, upwards of an hour.) Please also remember the licensing requirements.

Background

Yeah, I know—that's not a great title. But it benefits from accuracy.

Anyway, I've never been able to find a proper planner that works for me and that tracks the things I want to and need to track. I've played around over the years with creating one on my own, but have never come up with anything satisfactory.

I finally decided the best way to do this would be in LaTeX, because it does a great job with page layout. The only problem was that I didn't know LaTeX. That took a weekend to solve, and here we are. It's not pretty (and it's certainly not complete) but it is functional, and that's what matters right now.

Creative Commons License
Planner in LaTeX by Kenneth John Odle is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at https://git.kjodle.net/kjodle/planner-in-latex.

The license above means that you are free to fork this work and adapt it to your own needs, and you are free to share your adaption with others, with the following two provisions:

  • You are not allowed to sell it.
  • You must attribute the original work to me, by providing a link back to this page.

For more information, visit the Creative Commons page listed above.