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KerrieLynn from SparkleFrogs asked me do a post for her Facebook group about planner inserts and how I use them.
I'm sure most people are talking about how they use Franklin Covey or DIY Fish inserts, but I instantly thought that I wanted to talk about blank pieces of paper.
Of course, any paper can be cut and used in a planner, but for my 4 1/4 x 6 3/4 Franklin Covey compact binder, I choose some cheap 4 x 6 notepaper.
TIP: 4 x 6 index cards would work well, too!
I use my blank paper in so many ways. That's the wonderful thing about blank paper. It works for any purpose.
*To Do Lists (Day or Project Specific)
*Codes or Indexes
It just makes sense to use cheap paper for these short-term purposes. By using unlined paper, I leave open so many possibilities for how I might use the paper.
TIP: Hole punch
both edges of the paper, so it can fit on the left or right side of your planner as needed.
How do you use blank paper?