I did the unthinkable. I ditched the digital calendar.
I used to have two paper calendars (don't ask), and a digital calendar synced with my phone. Well nothing was ever accurate. I really wanted to be all efficient and have things online. But I ended up just being frustrated and it was more work.
I think one of the great things that a paper calendar provides is the chance to scribble notes. They can be relevant to a specific day, or just notes about random stuff I'm doing because I needed to jot something down quickly. I know you can type things on your phone's calendar, but it's just different to actually hold a pend and write something. (Not the mention the satisfaction of crossing something off your list!)
This is last week. I had a few appointments. My to-do list and some quick ideas I had for a meeting. I was doing some processing of images, and wrote down the film presets I liked. I was looking at a different camera bag, so I wrote down the measurements of my current one for reference. A few of you Mac owners might recognize the cmd/opt/p/r - I was having computer issues.
This works for me. I don't have other people who need to know my schedule. I don't have a sophisticated work schedule to track.
And yes, I have an analog watch, too. (It's solar powered, so that counts as being in the 21st century, right?)
Are you more of an analog person?