I came up with the perfect setup ::grin:: so why am I surprised at how much it has changed since then? My guess is that planner types are always on the lookout for new and different ways of doing things; ways to be more efficient and I think that is what has happened to my planner.
I started off with a to-do list in the very front of my planner - no cover page, no divider, nothing - just the to-do list. That was followed by a week at a glance on one page and then my monthlies. The idea of having a new page everyday didn't appeal to me and the weekly page worked well with a to do list..until it didn't! ::hee::
The to-do list is gone and now I have a weekly calendar on two pages. This has been a great addition to my planner and it is working well. I have plenty of room to make notes as well a section for a to-do list for the day. I only have room for six items on my to-do list as I don't list household chores. Sometimes the list carries over and I always glance over the entire week to make sure I get everything done.
I've made a few more changes but nothing major. I added a Christmas section to start planning ahead for the season and I have combined a few sections and tried to streamline things a little better. It's been lots of fun for me. I recently added this tiny 5-drawer desktop container to keep up with my supplies