I used to create and print this eleaborate calendar. It was great, but too big and too bulky, and it wasn’t very durable. It was also time consuming to design and assemble.
Enter this pretty little $14 agenda from Anthropologie.
It has whole month calendar pages
And weekly pages as well.
There are also blank pages in the back, which I’ve used for a number of things. Some of them I have used to paste in my own pages.
And on others, I draw or write in whatever I need it to be.
Now that I’m getting into bullet journaling, I can see how these boring, handwritten lists will be much more eye catching in the future.
I met a girl at a teaching workshop I attended earlier this year who had a gorgeous bullet journal. She graciously allowed me to photograph it.
I am learning to use my agenda to organize the things I am scheduled to do, the things I need to do, and the things I want to do. I am also using it to set some goals and keep track of other things.
Each evening, I look back over my day and I look to tomorrow to get a good idea of what I need to accomplish. I also make sure I’m ready for the next day.
I am encouraging my readers to share their agendas. How do you use your agenda? What does it look like? Do you make your own from scratch or customize a pre-made one like I do? Please comment and show me your agendas.
Have a wonderful Thursday.
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