Hello, August and the Quiet Meadow Kits!
August is here and that fresh pages to fill in our planners and journals. Today I'm sharing a closer look inside my personal-size ring-bound planner setup.
As I mentioned in a previous post
, the monthly divider that arrived with the Quiet Meadow Personal Size Inserts
was so gorgeous, it needed to be the start of my setup. For this reason, I opted for a clear cover. I'm so happy with this option.
I created several dividers for this planner with the help of papers from the Quiet Meadow Planner Kit¬†
as the base for the dividers. I then pulled from the Quiet Meadow Planner Add-On Kit¬†for embellishment and tabs.
My three divided sections are "Meal Plan" "This Week" and "today", all stickers found in the Quiet Meadow Classic Sticker Kit.
The color block pages make a great menu planning space. I can write in the meals in intend to make and a grocery list on the opposite page. When I'm ready to go the grocery, I snap a photo of this list so I can keep my planner at home.
The weekly pages are the perfect "at a glance" look at my week. For this week, I used the marker from the Quiet Meadow Planner Add-On Kit¬†as the background for my drawn dates. When I can, I like to batch tasks. To visualize this, I used the alpha stickers from the Quiet Meadow Memory-Keeping Sticker Kit¬†for my batch categories. I had room to list out the items, thanks to the checklists from the Quiet Meadow Daisy Weeks Sticker Kit.¬†
I've started using the in-between grid pages as a place for what I'm reading, watching, listening to, or enjoying. I had just finished this book and used this page for a quick reading log.
The daily pages are really the core of my setup. I can write lists to my heart's content on these pages. For easy access, I created a page marker with a scrap piece of acetate and to "Today" rub-on from the Quiet Meadow Planner Add-On Kit. That's right; rub-ons can transfer to acetate, vellum and other specialty papers. Give it a try!
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Rachel, Creative Team Blog Coordinator