If you’re like me, you want ALL the Cocoa Daisy goodness you can get but then life gets crazy and you realize you didn’t utilize all your planner pages. Well, this month I set a purpose for all my planner pages AND my daisy dori booklets and followed through!
First up is the B6 Daisy Dori; I used it for memory keeping this month!
Some days our family doesn’t have a lot going on, so some simple text works.
Other days are “photo worthy” !
Either way, I love having the days documented so I can look back at them. The days are long and the years are short!
I also used the standard Daisy Dori this month. It was a “quick and dirty” make lists and get things down booklet. I used the two sets of weekly pages; one for making to-do lists and the other to log food intake and migraine/headache concerns.
Last up, I’d like to share with you my main planner for the month; the personal size inserts.
I chose a neutral binder that completed the gorgeous, bright colors in the peacock kit. I used the daily pages for a daily overview; these are always my most used pages.
I devoted my week on one page (striped pages) to listing a simple gratitude for the day. This always helps me start my day with the right frame of mind.
I used my week on two pages for a fun listing challenge I found; this was strictly for enjoyment. I’ve found that sometimes my planning becomes all about “function” and getting all the things done I need to each day, so this was a nice break!
I’d like to leave you with one other tip. I am extremely picky about how far all my pretty clips come up out the top of my planner, mostly because I’m always tossing it in my purse or tote. I knew as soon as I saw this month’s peacock paperclip I had to use it (CUTEEEEE). I didn’t want to risk losing it, so I slipped on to the rings of the planner. It’s safe and secure AND it doesn’t stick out too far!
I hope you’ve enjoyed my March setup and how I used all the pages! If you have questions drop them below and I’ll make sure to get back to you!
Until next month (with a new B6/ring setup, *spoiler alert*),