Confession time: I love Scrivener. Love it. Might not be a writer without it. (I'll have lots more to say about Scrivener some other day, but today is about the not-writing usefulness of it.)
However, comma, it's not just for writing. Sure, that's what it's MADE for, but when you're a writer who's obsessed with planning and you're going to open Scrivener every day ANYWAY ... You make a planner in it. Or at least, I do.
True story: this is the only digital planner I've stuck with for more than a week.
Also true story: As I was tweaking my templates to account for some new priorities, I realized my little cobbled-together planner that was almost singlehandedly responsible for my increased productivity, wordcount, and peace of mind might actually help other people get their plan on, too.
So I started a new project, brought in the templates, added a How-To, and called it a day.
NOTE: This project was created in Scrivener 3 for Mac. I have no idea what this will look like or how it will perform in a Windows environment. Click the screenshot to download the Planner Template file for free - no strings, no email address exchange, no nothing.
Just go forth and plan, with my blessings :)