Wednesday, January 25, 2012

What to do with the Address Book section

Why do planners still have an address section?
My 2012 planner has 10 sheets of address spaces.
Why are they even still putting address book sections in planners now? Don't they know we never use any of the spaces?

Lauren McKinney brought that up, and I have to agree. So other than using it as impractical note paper, what it is good for?

Lauren suggests making up names, like "Seymour Butts, 123 Fakeston Ave. Your Mom, CA 90210"

I suggest collecting real names that are too good (or bad) to be true, like "Balzer Kale."

What do you suggest?