I’ve been using an agenda or planner since about grade 4, and it’s a habit I never got out of. I love the calendar on my phone and I use it to keep track of everywhere I need to be, but to breakdown weekly to do’s and set goals for myself etc I still find paper and physical books to work best.
I’ve tried everything from bullet journaling, fridge calendars, planner binders, bound agendas and probably a lot more that I can’t recall at the moment. My favourite system has evolved into a combination of bullet journaling and the Happy Planner. I’ll have to break down the way I like to use mine in a little more detail in the future- but for now, I wanted to share planner inserts that I’ve made to look pretty similar to the original Happy Planner layout.
These layouts are designed in the same way as Happy Planner inserts, I just decided to make my own since the originals are so very expensive. I invested in a hole punch and some decent quality paper and I print and punch my own pages as needed. The layouts are made to open left so that when you’re looking at a two page spread you get the week from Monday through Sunday all in one view. For the blank front and back pages I love to doodle on theming and decorate them as the months roll along.
All you have to do is download the PDF above and print it to whatever size paper fits your planner. The pages are designed for the Big Happy Planner which is the full sized 8.5x11 inch paper.
© Ammara Cokar 2017
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I love creating stuff. I also get bored easily. So, on this blog you'll find my experiments with various mediums and techniques along with some of my students' creations from classes that I teach.
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