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More organization in your life means more time in your day, and The Big Picture Planner has just what you need! Rosa of Rosa Gutierrez Photography shares, "I ordered the Big Picture Planner hoping it would help me get my goals and priorities in order and it has exceeded my expectations. I printed it in a smaller size (117 x 182 mm) so that it would fit my planner and would be more lightweight. I customized the pages and printed more of the Daily Pages to use it more as a daily planner too. I'll keep adding pages as I need them, which is very nice. It's great that you can customize it to your needs and adapt it to your photography business or even any kind of business. The fact that you can print it any size you want also makes it a really great planner as you can keep changing your agenda and the pages inside." Click here to get your very own Big Picture Planner!




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