Plan with Me in my Daisy Weeks Booklet

Hey Planner Friends! It’s Rachel here, and I am sharing my setup and a plan with me in my new Daisy Weeks Booklet. If you are like me, you may have fallen deep down the Hobonichi weeks rabbit hole. If that is the case, then you will love the Daisy Weeks Booklet! The booklet has three months of monthly and weekly planner pages, all on the beautiful Cocoa Daisy paper you know and love! Added bonus? You can get the Daisy Weeks Cover that perfectly fits this booklet. The cover is also great for personal size tn inserts and the hobonichi weeks itself (on the strings).

I couldn’t wait to use the Noted Kit to setup up this little cutie! Part of what I love about this cover are all the POCKETS! I l fill planner pockets with all the adorable kit goodies. To secure everything, I always add just a little piece of washi behind to element.

To decorate the cover of this Daisy Weeks insert, I used papers and die cuts from the Traveler’s Notebook Memory Keeping Kit along with one of the sticky notes from the Planner Kit.

My monthly layout is pretty simple, using mostly stickers from the Planner Add-On Kit. I love that the monthlies are completely undated, which means you can make the layout a Sunday or Monday start.

Now, onto the weekly spread! I sometimes have “analysis paralysis” when it comes to decorating, so I decided to pull just a few sticker sheets, die cuts and the washi to work with. I also added a rub-on from the Traveler’s Notebook Memory Keeping Kit and a few of the elements from the Subscriber and Free printables, too.

Have you ever found your “groove” with a planner layout? I think I am definitely finding my with this planner insert. I now have a “system” where I cluster my events and daily tasks on the left page and my lists and notes on the right page. I typically like to have a big cluster element on each page, too. Having all of this established in my mind makes decorating and planning a little easier – and more fun! If you want to see how this spread came together, you can head over to my YouTube channel to see my process.

I hope you enjoyed a look inside my Daisy Weeks Planner and how I planned next week. Until next time!

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