After four months of categorizing my to-do lists on my daily pages, I figured it was something that was getting a little too restrictive for comfort. I found myself resorting to using rough paper to sort out steps before I wrote them in my daily planner (which was pretty much not the point).
Thus, I dove into a more minimalist approach with this current layout:
And so far, this has been working out fantastically - I can list things (which is just the way I like it), and keep track of the important details easily. The Journal / Notes section works pretty well too, as a space to scribble, note things, and engage in other activities.
Like my first attempt into drawing for InkTober (Here are my 5 favourites - incidentally, also my favourite breakfasts. Hehe.):
Hope you’ve enjoyed this post. Here’s to one more post before we go on to Hobonichi Cousin 2018!
My sanctuary of creative organisation, arts management, and planners.