If you have been around here, or my YouTube Channel, for any length of time, you know that I really like planners. I seem to like them all and want to try them all. I know this isn't for everyone, but I do enjoy changing it up.
The last planner post I did was at the beginning of the year when I showed you my planner picks for 2016. I was "planning" to not do the planner shuffle this year, but it didn't last. No surprise there. Sometime soon, I will give you more details about how my planning/planners/systems have changed.
For now, I am going to tell you about the changes I have made to my personal size Filofax Malden.
The first significant change is that I made new dividers that are appropriate for summer. Give me all the flamingos and watermelon.
I cut them out of scrapbook paper, laminated them, hole punched them, and then added tabs. It's a little time consuming, but it's not hard.
I also added and changed several of the sections. I even labeled them this time. It was time to commit.
My current sections are labeled as:
I use 2 different monthly spreads, a weekly spread, and daily sheets for those days that I need help managing my time.
I don't have any in this particular setup, but I am also a fan of punching holes in the note pads from the Target Dollar Spot to use for quick lists.
You can watch the video HERE for the full planner tour.
Free Printables at the very front of my planner - from Peanuts Planner Co
Monthly Foldout Inserts - Plan to Create on Etsy
Week on One Page with Grid Inserts and Monthly Inserts from Sew Much Crafting on Etsy
Tabs - Recollections brand from Michael's
Dividers - made from Craft Smith Melon Patch Paper Pad ( I purchased at Michael's, but couldn't find it on their website.)
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Are you a planner? What kind of planner do you like to use? Do you change it up? Let's chat in the comments.