Natasha Pytlik: B6 Daily Inserts
I have recently transitioned into entrepreneurship full time and this new season of life brings the need for some updated routines, supports, and structures for my week and days. I have felt a strong pull to really focus on time blocking to give me that uninterrupted chunk of time to focus on a specific task or group of related tasks.
Here are a few things I have really enjoyed experimenting with in my b6 disc-bound planner setup using Lilian‚Äôs Garden Planner Kit as of late.
The Graph Paper Section of the Daily Insert
The left side of the two-page daily insert has always been a favorite of mine because I love graph paper inserts. It‚Äôs such an invitation for permission; permission to use that space exactly how I need to on that given day. Some of my favorite ways to use this space are for a thought download (brain dump), highlighting self-care moments like what I‚Äôm eating that day, or more structured lists for tasks that are small but need to be written down so I don‚Äôt forget. The stickers in the Lillian's Garden Planner Add-On Kit are great as headers.
Time Blocking within the Daily Insert
In the past, I have really only used the right page of the insert for lists but often found I was coming to the end of the day and hadn‚Äôt completed a lot of what I needed to!
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Rachel, Creative Team Blog Coordinator