Hello Daisies! I can't believe I'm here writing my last blog of 2020! This has definitely been quite a year, hasn't it? In the midst of all the craziness and uncertainty, I've been thankful to...
Hello Daisies ! I hope everyone is Ok and had a wonderful Christmas despite this complicated year. Today, I wanted to show you how I plan my weeklies. Since June, I use a dotted notebook as a planner, and I add all my wonderful CD goodies. Each week comes on 4 pages : a weekly to-do-list (+ meal plan), and 2 days per page (week-end excepted). So, on the first part of the week, I have my weekly to-do-list and Monday + Tuesday : I always use more or less the same scheme :
- On the side of the pages, I use a washi tape (the same for the month, so it's easier for me to identify it on a side view as a notebook lasts 4 months).
- For my weekly to do list (on the left), I use a free-printable page. This page helps me to define a theme for the week, inside the monthly theme (here are all the cute animals). For this week, I used a B6 page, as I found this little fox really cute. That was also a great opportunity to use the wonderful green paper from the Christmas kit. Then, I add a "meal plan" sticker (from sticker kit or classic kit) on the bottom 1/3 of the page. I also add those wonderful weeklies boxes (there are some in sticker kit and¬†classic kit) in order to note the Planner Challenge's prompts. On the top of the page, I add the number of the week (easier for planning, and a little tracker for my allergies medications. Those are in the weeks sticker kit. When appropriate, I add a clear sticker from the classic sticker kit (those are always awsome <3 ).
- For the planning part, I also add a washi on the top, coordinated with the weekly theme. For this week I used the tartan green washi, which is one of my all time favorites.
- Then, I cut the page in 2 parts, with a "clear washi sticker" (from sticker kit or classic kit)
- After that, I add some decorations that coordinate the theme, using adhesives die cuts (from main planner kit, TNMK kit, planner add-on kit), stickers (from almost all the kits), and some free printables.
- Then, I add the day of the week sticker. I like to mix those that are from the planner classified kit and those in the planner add on kit. Once I did that, I add the day's number, using round numbers that are in the add-on kit.
- I like to write littles memories, so I trace a rectangle on each day, in order to collect some informations when the day comes.
- Then, I add the functionnal stickers (garbage, pay day, cleaning, etc) that are in the main planner kit, and some flags (from add-on kit, weeks sticker kit, sticker kit or classic kit) for my to-do-lits.
- To finish, I add some others stickers for main events of the day, and sometimes I add some stamping related to the dailies tasks.