Journaling and planning is all the rage! If you don't know where to start or don't want to use valuable time on setting up your pages every day these pages can get you off to a quick start and keep you going as long as you like. Solves the problem of having to order pages over and over again: just print and go. No worries about crooked lines or writing in wrong dates. And they still leave plenty of opportunities for your own creativity.
Weekly: *2 page spread with center dutch door *Spaces for daily appointments *Spaces for tasks *Space for weekly tasks *A weekly wrap up to gauge your progress *Blank spaces for you to add creative touches *Extra grid pages *A5 size *Double sided for easy printing Daily: *7 Daily pages *Space for your calendar *Space for habit tracking *Space for your task list *Open space for your notes and ideas *Extra Grid Pages *A5 size *Double sided for easy printing
When I started journaling I quickly fell in love with the process. I also quickly learned that I am a perfectionist and drawing my pages every day left a lot of room for mistakes that would irritate me. Plus I liked the idea of being able to rearrange my pages into groups that make sense to me. Once I was sure I would continue I went out and bought a ring binder so I could move things around. That just left solving the problem of mistakes without losing the creative process I love. I decided to create some pages that I could print out and use over and over. I posted my creation on Facebook and suddenly people were asking to buy my pages! Mine Rich in Gems was born.
*You will need to punch holes in the pages if you wish to use them in your own ring binder. Hole punches for specific binders are easy to purchase on line. Alternately, you can use washi or regular tape to add them to your journal.