My first divider is INBOX. The front of my divider is also my dashboard. It usually has some sort of sticky note on it with items needed at the grocery store. My hubby either picks those up after work (we live 12 miles from town), or they're added to my grocery list at the end of the week. Behind the divider is where I keep my Next Actions List. This list is a to-do list with items that don't have a firm due date. For example, I need to schedule a sports physical for my son, but it isn't due until some time in the spring, and I keep it on this list as a reminder. (My built-in review reminds me to check the list!! Plenty of notepapers are also kept in my inbox, ready for me to scribble notes in a hurry that can be processed later.
My top three tabs are my daily, weekly, and monthly tabs
I use Franklin Covey day on 2 pages for my daily pages. My current pages are "Her Point of View" and they have very pretty, colorful pages - does that count as decorative? ☺ My schedule and the to-do list are on the left side and the notes page is on the right side. I absolutely love having a notes page. There are so many uses for having one - check out this post I wrote for 18 Ways to Use a Notes Page.
Franklin Covey's method of indexing important information on your daily pages is excellent. My notes pages look different every day. I often track my water and exercise on the notes page as well as write down information from phone calls. On Saturdays, I write down my goals for the week ahead, and on Sundays, I often use that page for sermon notes. If there's anything I want to reference later, I write the date and a brief description of that months' index page.
My weekly pages used to set unnoticed all week and I even wondered why I had them, but recently I
The best way I know to describe them is that they are pre-planning pages. I don't worry about making these pretty with careful handwriting. I keep 2 or 3 of them in my planner at a time. They are especially good when I have a question or thought about something I might need to do later. I scribble information on them throughout the week ahead and sometimes the week of. I slash through the information that I might have already taken care of to save time If anyone is interested in seeing pics, let me know.