As you can see, trying to use my planner without any dividers didn't work at all for me, so I put them back in. I still do not have my dividers labeled but since I only have five, that is not a problem for me. I recently changed the order of the dividers by putting my project section in front and it is working out.
Here is the order of my planner contents: note paper, projects, weekly, monthly, future, tasks, and A to Z Notes (or Files). I normally want to do everything the way Kristy at Giftie Etcetera does, but the sticky tabs weren't working for me with the project and A-Z pages, so I sacrificed space and am started using two sets of A to Z tabs - and I like them; I still use her method of indexing my pages.
So, where are my Future Pages? I have put them in my projects section under the "EF" tab, and even though F comes after E, my Future pages are the first thing I come to when I go to that tab, to make it even more accessible.
I no longer have a dashboard of sticky notes, but have stashed a couple of pads in different sizes in the inside pocket of my planner. Sometimes I'll sticky notes to myself on the notepad so I see it first when I open my planner. If I use a daily page, it still goes in the front of my notepaper.