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2016 Daily XO Planner – Banana Leaf

2016 Daily XO Planner – Banana Leaf

I am not sure if any of you will find this useful but thought I would post this anyway... It's a template of my daily logs. Sometimes it's nice to see how someone has set out their layout, get an idea of the sizes of everything and to use elements from it, sooo I thought you might find this useful! I also leave 2 lines/boxes between each daily log   This is the exact layout for an A5 #leuchtturm1917 but they can easily be adapted for any notebook! ❤️ #bujo #bulletjournal #bulletjournaling…

I am not sure if any of you will find this useful but thought I would post this anyway... It's a template of my daily logs. Sometimes it's nice to see how someone has set out their layout, get an idea of the sizes of everything and to use elements from it, sooo I thought you might find this useful! I also leave 2 lines/boxes between each daily log This is the exact layout for an A5 #leuchtturm1917 but they can easily be adapted for any notebook! ❤️ #bujo #bulletjournal #bulletjournaling…

Throwback Thursday - How I reflect in my #bujo . On the bottom is my A5 #leuchtturm1917 with reflection entries on my daily pages.  On the top and currently, I have a sort of logging system of reflection that is done in the "notes" section of my #hobonichiweeks planner. If I work it right I will be able to log the entire year in this section with reflection entries. I was really nervous that I would be unable to "reflect" since I downsized this month but it's working out well! I'm telling…

Throwback Thursday - How I reflect in my #bujo . On the bottom is my A5 #leuchtturm1917 with reflection entries on my daily pages. On the top and currently, I have a sort of logging system of reflection that is done in the "notes" section of my #hobonichiweeks planner. If I work it right I will be able to log the entire year in this section with reflection entries. I was really nervous that I would be unable to "reflect" since I downsized this month but it's working out well! I'm telling…

Still playing around with my Hobonichi cousin and tweaking my layout (this is one of my pages from earlier this week) but I am really loving it! I have always thought that I would prefer a layout set out for me but now that I am deeper into my planner journey I am finding that I have very specific needs that can be difficult to adapt to a set layout. For me Hobonichi cousin combines the best of both worlds. It lays out some bits but leave enough of the page blank so you can adapt it…

Still playing around with my Hobonichi cousin and tweaking my layout (this is one of my pages from earlier this week) but I am really loving it! I have always thought that I would prefer a layout set out for me but now that I am deeper into my planner journey I am finding that I have very specific needs that can be difficult to adapt to a set layout. For me Hobonichi cousin combines the best of both worlds. It lays out some bits but leave enough of the page blank so you can adapt it…

“The first month view in my Hobonichi weeks - This, being my "fun planner", I use to jot down little memories or events throughout the month”

“The first month view in my Hobonichi weeks - This, being my "fun planner", I use to jot down little memories or events throughout the month”

My Bullet Journal is my favorite place to be creative. I cannot only use it as my Planner, but also as my Notebook and Sketchbook. It’s so unbelievable versatile like no other system I have used so far. And I have tried out a lot, I can promise you that!  To start my Bullet Journal Series off properly I decided to give you a glimpse in this months set up. That way you get a better idea on how I use it and hopefully find something that inspires you!

My Bullet Journal is my favorite place to be creative. I cannot only use it as my Planner, but also as my Notebook and Sketchbook. It’s so unbelievable versatile like no other system I have used so far. And I have tried out a lot, I can promise you that! To start my Bullet Journal Series off properly I decided to give you a glimpse in this months set up. That way you get a better idea on how I use it and hopefully find something that inspires you!

This monthly showstopper is from Dee @decadethirty, a handwriting master. (It was hand drawn using mathematical instruments). . . .#Repost @decadethirty with @repostapp ・・・ - this was a future planning hack I created in March which I've called the calendar wheel. I was inspired by something similar I found on the Moleskine website a few years back and wanted to give it my spin. I love mind mapping and my brain functions visually so this was something I toyed with and worked well. I…

This monthly showstopper is from Dee @decadethirty, a handwriting master. (It was hand drawn using mathematical instruments). . . .#Repost @decadethirty with @repostapp ・・・ - this was a future planning hack I created in March which I've called the calendar wheel. I was inspired by something similar I found on the Moleskine website a few years back and wanted to give it my spin. I love mind mapping and my brain functions visually so this was something I toyed with and worked well. I…

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