A couple of months ago I started a new job. As a planner nerd that can only mean one thing: new planner! As I have really missed planning in a standard sized dori I decided to explore that path again.
Before starting my setup I make a cheat sheet so I know what holidays are coming and what my work schedule for the month looks like. After a bit of flipping back and fourth, counting days I set my pages up. I use daily pages this time around and have a timeline stamped at the top. The other main ingredients is a to do list. I use it in a similar way to how I used my Bullet Journal but instead of keeping it all in one tidy book I have several inserts. All of my instructions and ideas and such goes into an insert of their own.
In addition to the daily pages I have a tipin (tipout?) with a week on one page from the personal sized inserts. This gives me a good overview on what the week looks like, I also have a to do list on the back of that page and migrate tasks from there onto my daily pages.
As a lover of all things fun I decorate the cover of my dori, this gives me something cute to look at while at work. Along with the monthly Cocoa Daisy insert I have a ziplock pocket from Midori where I keep a few goodies. Here I have a sticker sheet that I have cut apart along with a washi sample card. I actually subscribe to an extra set of stickers so I could do this without feeling bad.
So far I am really liking this setup, I am sure there will be changes in the future, that always happens!
What kind of planner do you use to stay on track and what is your best productivity trick?