November Planner Setup & Kit Favorites

The Acorn Lane collections are perfect for the month of November! There are a lot of gnomes, falling leaves and gratitude built right into the kit. I’ll start by sharing some of my favorite kit items with you. Both the Planner Classified and Memory Keeping Classified kits (start your subscriptions here: https://www.cocoadaisy.com/product-category/subscribe/cd-classified-subscriptions/ ) are two of my favorite kits.

 

This gold vellum came in the November Planner Classified kit and it was so pretty that I had to put it up front and center in my notebook!

 

 

My favorite sticker sheet this month came from the Memory Keeping Classified kit. I can’t wait to create something special with these in my Daisy Dori!

 

One more of my favorite items from the Acorn Lane collection is the pouch! I love that it coordinates with the theme and I can take all my planner supplies with me on the go! I know I’ll need to re-set, re-adjust, re-start and re-focus a couple of times this month!

 

This month I’m using the B6 Daisy Dori for all my planning needs. This book is so versatile and you can set it up to meet your needs, too! Mine holds gratitude, habit tracking, the Cocoa Daisy planner challenge prompts (download here: https://www.cocoadaisy.com/product/november-2020-free-planner-challenge-printable/ ) and both my weekly planning and daily planning.

I like to start by numbering my week of the year. The Daisy Weeks Sticker Kit ( https://www.cocoadaisy.com/product/daisy-weeks-sticker-subscription/ ) stickers that are smaller and work perfectly for this. Here I come, week 45!

My week view is set up in a traditional way. I used the days of the week stickers and the date dots to label each day of the week and I’m ready to roll! I did cut down the A5 ring bound insert and used some washi tape to tape it in to the side of my week so that I can keep my Monday-Friday work tasks separate from my other plans.

The rest of the planning happens in a daily format. I used a ruler to make a dotted line down the center of each page. This creates a four day spread on 2 pages and gives me ample room to make my to do lists and jot appointments for the day, too.

 

Thank you so much for following along with my planning journey this month!

Happy planning!

Jennifer

 

 

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