Plan with me: Using inserts in your weekly spread

Hi lovelies,

Today I decided to be a bit more meticulous with my planning and use add ons/ inserts in my weekly planning ‘ritual’. So, I will show you what I used and how I planned.

 

 

How I planned

I used my Happy Planner and the Storyteller 2016 : Story Planner System A5 Calendar / Vertical / Inserts I got from The Lilypad.

There are 4 sheets. I used the weekly planner spread to write down what I have to do in the mornings/afternoons/evenings. I wrote my work schedule and general tasks. I used sticker paper for these two sheets.

1sthalf

 

I also printed on a different coloured sheet  the weekly stories page on which I wrote down my blogging plans for this week. The other sheet had functional boxes that included What I am eating and Pay now/ On time/ Important boxes. I used the what I am eating not to document my eating plan for the week,but to write down what I actually eat because I am starting a diet and I want to document my junk food consumption  :D. The  other boxes were used according to their headings. Pay now for bills. On time for deadlines and important for things I mustn’t forget to do.

coloured paper

 

What I like about this spread

I have more space to write. I have space to do more detailed planning (my blog posts) and it looks nice with the different coloured sheets.

Stickers I  used

Washi tape and love hearts from the one euro store (here in Greece).

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If you want to check out The Lilypad, press this link. She has lots of planner inserts and other planner/scrapbooking -related products.

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Thanks for reading!

 

 

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