It‘s me again, Tanti. I hope you are all doing fine.
Today I want to share with you, how I use my standard size Daisy Dori this month
I used to have multiplanners in the past months but starting this month I‘ve decided to keep all in just one planner. So, instead of getting two more extra inserts every month, from this month on I‘ll receive the pocket memory keeping kit.
Let‘s take a look at my planner.
This is how the first spread looks like. I didn’t use the month at a glance on the right side page, because it‘s a little bit to small for all my schedules. So I just covered it up and decorated it. I used paper scraps to cover up the left side. Then I fussy cut one of the personal size dashboards and made a pocket out of it.
The next page is for the challenge prompts. I printed the personal size challenge printables on a printer paper, cut it and glued it to the page.
This is how the first week spread looks like. I decorated the empty page on the left side since the month began on Thursday. I attached the March calendar card from the pocket memory keeping kit as a tip-in. So I have a general view of the month while I’m plannig.
This is my second week spread. Mostly I decorate my weekly pages like this. But sometimes I don’t have the time to do so. In that case I would just write down what has happened that day.
The next page after the weekly pages is for my month at a glance. I use this for writing down all my social media schedules and for my design teams assignments. Unfortunately I can‘t show you my schedules, so here‘s the picture of my empty month at a glance.
The rest of the pages is for memory keeping.
I don’t do daily memory keeping. I just want to document special and exciting moments in my life. But those moments don’t happen every day. So, if nothing happens during the month, I just pull out my past trip‘s photos and journal them in my TN. I’m always inspired by the design of the product I‘m using, In this case Cocoa Daisy‘s design.The beautiful peacock design this month inspired me to document our trip to the Bird Park last October. And here‘s how my journal pages look like.
I’ve created a pocket tip-in to store the tickets to the park in my journal using the 4″ x 6″ card from the pocket memory keeping kit and the transparency from the classified kit.
I’m not finished yet with my journal.These are just a base journal pages. I might add more embellishments here and there after I will have written my journaling. I‘ll post the update of my journal in the planner Facebook group and on my Instagram ( @tantikcreation ).
Well, that‘s all from me today. I hope you like it. If you want to share how you use your planner, you are welcome to share it with us in our Facebook planner group or on Instagram using #cocoadaisy.
Thank you so much for joining me today and see you next time.