When setting up or updating a planner, one of the most critical decisions is how many sections (or tabs) to have.
There are five that cover almost any needs.
Projects includes any current, multiple step plans that are happening.
*logging my youngest child's behavior for a potential epilepsy diagnosis
*doing a research project for work
*planning a birthday party
Most tasks belong on the weekly calendar pages because they are active and coming due, but for those that need remembering but not on a serious timeline, this is the place to dump them.
*clean out the deep freeze
*edit my novel
*make an emergency tote bag
The monthly and weekly pages are the heart of the planner. They go in the middle so that the planner is easy to write in.
*doctor's appointments (on monthly pages)
*pay tickets (on weekly pages)
*schedule dentist (on weekly pages)
Like Tasks, Future is a catch-all spot for anything happening after the calendar ends. (No tab is pictured because I put it right behind my calendar tab.)
*husband's birthday next year
*tax deadlines beyond the immediate ones
Notes are exactly like Projects, but they are currently inactive, yet needed for reference.
*list of current medications
*list of sizes for clothes shopping
*contact information in case of emergency
The full page sized Avery Dividers cut down to fit any size planner really easily.
Make sure to Pin this simple list for future reference!
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