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I've talked a lot over the years about how I use tabs in my planner (especially when I discuss my projects section), but I've never really focused on the tabs and how I position them.
My main rule is that I limit the use of TOP tabs to the most important three pages.
They are pages that I access almost daily.
The pages (for me) that are accessed daily include:
1. my exercise log,
2. my current monthly spread, and
3. my current weekly spread.
Maybe you only have one or two of these pages. Whatever your daily pages are should be marked differently (in my case, as top tabs) than all your other pages. That way, the daily stuff is always easy to find.
TIP: If there is a page that you use daily, use a top tab. For everything else, use a side tab.
(For those who asked, the weekly spread in the picture is from a bound planner, hacked into my ring bound Franklin Covey compact, called the Orange Circle Studio 2016 Take Me With You Planner, Paris Is Always a Good Idea!)
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