Monday, May 22, 2017
This insert is very much like the daily page I use here, it's just larger and I'm using the Pupcat font. It's a fun font and I'm finding I'm liking the larger lines. If you are interested, you can download it here. There's also a two on one page that you can download here.
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
You've heard me mention over the years how much I've learned about planning from Giftie Etcetera, and a lot of my favorite planner hacks come from her. I use a ring bound planner, which I love, but despise writing on the left side of the planner. The double hole punch hack takes care of that pesky problem. I had to get rid of my perfectionist tendency to use it, but once I did, it was very freeing! Below is Giftie's video describing the hack.
Monday, May 8, 2017
I made this layout over a year ago, and it is still one of my favorites. On the left side I write in things that need to be done on a specific day (trash day, appointments, due dates) and I use the long to do list for things that need to get soon (replace the shower curtain, write a thank you note, etc.). I open up to these pages most often, and if I have a very busy day planned and need more room to make notes, I use a daily page. Today I dated a month's worth to put in my planner, and I am sharing them with you here.
You can both half size inserts on one letter size HERE
Thursday, May 4, 2017
In case I don't get to editing the dates and printing out my daily pages, I modified a made a copy and edited the page to make it an undated, one-page spread.
The left column has an empty block to write in the date, with a few context items below it. The rest of the column looks very similar to a normal Franklin Covey daily page.
On the right side of the page I have 6 lines to write in any appointments that I have. The rest of the column is dedicated to notes.
I like fussing and tweaking my page regularly, but when I don't have the time, I like having something I can rot in the day and get to planning.