We will start with the dashboard. In the past I have just used the front of my first divider as my dashboard but decided to do something different this time so I could utilize both sides. My husband tends to save birthday cards and I raided his stash for an appropriate size. I cut front of the card to size, punched holes and that was it. Instant dashboard! I keep a little sticky note on it to jot down quick items that I know we need to buy. I used to keep a note of outstanding checks and debits to cross of when they cleared the bank, but moved it to my money section. It may come back - we'll see how that works. The second side has more sticky notes, an adhesive pocket (stamps) and an orange page flag reminder (this one says "H20 jugs and Aldi bags" that I put on my grocery list because I often forget).
After the divider (you'll see it on the right in the above picture), I have a couple of reminder cards that I use with the GTD system: my daily planner routine, my weekly planner review, and my weekly checklist). There's also a couple of blank pages that serves as an "inbox". That's where I jot down information that I don't have time to process, but will get to when I go through my daily planner routine or my weekly review.
I keep a little notebook near my planner that I use to keep notes. If I have a lot of going on, I will put inbox items in there. Basically, it's a place to brain dump.
Tomorrow we'll talk about my daily section!