How I Use My Daisy Weeks


Hello Daisies!

As you know, I love my personal rings! That being said, I also love the weeks size and its convenience. I needed to find a way to incorporate my love of the weeks into my every day planning and into my personal rings without having to carry TWO planners every time I left the house. Although honestly, I rarely leave accept for doctor’s appointments or appointments involved with the sell of our house and move. Once I had this little booklet in my hand, it dawned on me that it would be the perfect health record keeper! I can log my appointments, my doctor’s notes, medications, how I feel, blood pressure, anything that is related to my health. Some days I have a lot to write and other days, not so much. The best part is that it slips easily in and out of my rings binder so that I can slip this into my bag without all the weight and just take it in with me along with my face masks, hand sanitizer, wipes, wallet and phone. Life sure has changed!

I use what is called a “converter” in the back pocket of my rings. It is a sturdy piece of plastic with a notch on the bottom and top for the elastic to wrap around, This one is from Foxy Fix although they no longer sell them. You can easily make your own with a laminated piece of pretty patterned paper from Cocoa Daisy.

Here is a photo of the converter with the booklet attached to it by the elastic. I will make a quick video showing how to make one with Cocoa Daisy supplies and post it in the next couple of days.

As you can see, it does not add any bulk to your rings once it is added!

Here is a view of my weeks – it is not completely filled out as there are a few things that I did not want to share. As you can see the Cocoa Daisy Weeks stickers fit in the Daisy Weeks Booklet perfectly! They also match the month’s theme so that everything coordinates. The Daisy Weeks Booklet is quarterly and has three months in each one.

I hope you find some inspiration and I will make that video as soon as possible!

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Until next time,
Cheryl Reiter


  1. Gail

    Great idea! I didn’t know that the weeks book was quarterly either!

  2. Mary Hall

    Thanks for this. I have a lot of the pocket sized converters and didn’t know how to use them.

  3. cathleen.ordonez

    Thank you so much for sharing this! I can’t tell you how long I’ve been trying to figure out a way to make all these pieces work together and you’ve knocked it out of the park for me, you’ve answered so many of my questions! I’ve so appreciated all the items you share, keep it up Cheryl :).


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