Until 2017 begins and I can use my monthly and weekly inserts from Yellow Paper House, I’ve been drawing my weekly set up in my daily/weekly/journaling insert. (Monthly sketches are in my disposable notebook.)
For those that don’t know what the Passion Planner is, each week has the following list charts: Personal Top Priority, Personal Priority, Errands, Work Top Priority, Work Priority, blank/Work Errands?/unlabeled. Each list has for lines.
During a very hectic week, I actually switched over to a Passion Planner weekly layout (available as a free .PDF off their website). I found I really liked having those designated list. So I decided to try to incorporate it into my weekly set ups.
Here’s how I create my weekly layouts:
Top line designates the week. I.E. Week of: ________
I like a Monday start on my week. The CaseMate notebooks have 19 lines, not including the title line. So divide the 7 weekdays over the 19 lines, giving three lines for Monday to Friday. Saturday and Sunday split the last four lines into two columns.
I make my own lists, with three lines underneath each heading.
Personal Top Priority (1-3)
Work Top Priority (1-3)
Blog Posts for the Week (M-W-F)
House Top Priority (1-3)
The last four lines are split into two columns, like Saturday and Sunday, but labeled Errands and Notes.
Here’s a messy, filled in example:
YouTube video link: https://youtu.be/utGOdWPM-fk
© Cori Large 7 October 2016