Planner Peek: Anna
Time to bring you another installment of the Planner Peek series! I don’t know about you, but I just LOVE being able to sneak a peek inside other people’s planners. I love to see how they use them, how they decorate them, what type of planner they use, etc. I have asked my readers to submit photos of their planners and to tell us a bit about how they use their planning system. (You can submit your planner by filling out this really short and easy form. If you’re selected, you’ll get a free copy of the digital Sweet Life Planner worth $35!) I love looking at all the Planner Peeks in this series.
Today's Planner Peek is from Anna who uses a letter size Martha Stewart discbound cover with 1″ arc discs. Anna designed a majority of the pages herself. I love her layout. To keep herself organized, Anna prefers a master to-do list that helps her keep track of everything that needs to be done around the house. Right next to her to-do list is her monthly planning page. On this page, Anna writes her monthly goals, her to-do list, any major cleaning lists, as well as any projects she wants to get done that month.
The next thing Anna does to keep herself organized is to write everything down on her 2-page monthly spread. These pages include the days her daughter has gym or library, as well as the days Anna pays for daycare and after school care.
The heart of the planner are her weekly and daily pages. On the weekly page, Anna has her weekly exercise plan written down. She also writes down her errands, chores, goals and to- do list. As you can see, Anna uses to-do lists frequently, something I certainly need to do, too!
On her daily pages, she has a box for the daily plan (what is going on and the times it is happening), a quote, daily tasks, and water intake. She also has two more blank boxes. On one, she usually writes down what's for dinner that night. The biggest box is used for her daily to- do list. Anna makes sure she has room for notes that she takes while at work or at home.
In addition to Anna's cleaning lists, meal planning, and family details, she has another big section that she uses very frequently for her job search and to keep track of what jobs are open, as well as which ones she has already applied for. Wow – Anna packs a lot into her planner! I loved taking a peek. Here is a composite of her planner perfect for pinning.
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What kind (specified brand and/or model) of binder to use for daily use for school as notebooks?
I also write from the back part of the binder going to the front part. So it would be great if there’s a binder that can be used like that (no hassle when starting at the last page going to the front). 🙂
Much appreciated if size is 8.5″ x 11″ and is a 3-ring binder or any binder that can be easily refilled. 🙂
This binder is from LEVENGER, they have a store in Boston at the Prudential mall, and two more, you can order on line. Binders are pretty cool, they have different sizes, rings in multiple color and sizes and different papers