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Are your planner pages ruling over you? Do you use them exactly as intended and never deviant?
It's time to take control of your planner!
Let's examine pictures of the FranklinCovey Classic Blooms inserts, the Filofax To Do List Personal Size inserts, and one version of the DAY-TIMER Academic Year Weekly/Monthly Planner Mom planner.
The images are blurry on purpose, so you look beyond the apparent formatting and format them yourself.
In each case, I've filled out the pages on the left with a typical set of entries, that reflect the intended use of the page layout, and an accompanying use of the layout that I might use. I hope this gives you some great ideas for using any planner insert in a way that works better for you!
Of course, if the original way makes more sense for you, go for it. After all, planning is about using the planner your way.
Images were created on a Microsoft Surface Pro 3.