A Note About Printing My Inserts, and a New Download

This past week I had an idea for a new daily page that I wanted to create.  I sketched it on paper while the idea was fresh and put it aside for when I had more time to work on it.  After a bit of work, I printed my first draft.  I will probably change the fonts, but I like the way it turned out.

The page would be especially handy for a college student, which got me thinking about if I should try a different method of sharing my inserts with my readers.  I tried printing two pages on letter size paper, which would work great if you weren't going to print on the other side, LOL!  No matter what I tried, I couldn't get the pages lined up correctly for double-sided pages.

So, since this is a hobby for me and is meant to be fun, I decided not to stress out over that.  I will continue to offer my inserts for free and they will be formatted to be printed on paper that is the same size as the insert. I hope that won't be too much trouble for you and that you will be able to find some that you like.

One of the things I like most about this daily page is the horizontal schedule at the top of the page.  It is not meant to be used for a lot of details (use the notes instead), but as a way to see your schedule at a glance.  The open blocks make it easy to see when you are free.  I outlined appointments in red (see sample picture below) to make them stand out.  The weather block is helpful for planning the day, and, as I have mentioned before, I like having a designated place to jot down what I need to take with me when leaving the house - so I glance at the weather (rainy) and list "umbrella" in my Don't Forget location.

If you don't use the size offered, I want to encourage you to please leave a comment and let me know what size you are looking for.  I will try my best to see if I can make it happen.


How a Student Might Use This Page

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  1. Thank you for sharing this. I have started using it at work. I'm a therapist who sees people hourly. I like the hour blocks across the top where I can put names/ initials of who I am scheduled to see and make a note about paperwork that needs to be done during the session. Not a lot of info, but enough to make sure things don't fall through the cracks. I use the to do list as a to do list, put phone calls in the 'don't forget' box and then put other relevant notes, such as something I'm waiting on, in the 'notes' section. In the weather section, I will write a note about today's focus or add a sticker. It's been working really well for me this week. Thank you!


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