Now I've got a bit of a dilemma about what to do...the amount of pages is already overtaking the rings, so if I open the rings near the front or back of the planner everything starts moving off the rings and I have to put it all back and squash it down whilst I clip the rings shut.
In my eyes I really haven't got that much in there...
I've got a couple of info pages, important numbers and some useful info that I can refer to often.
Then I have my To Do Lists, I write a new one each day (but continuing on the same page from the previous list), so these can take up quite a bit of room. I guess I could take out my old lists, but I like having them in there.
Then I have yearly/monthly/important dates section, which I admin, I hardly look at, but it's only a few sheets.
Following is my diary pages. I could take out the previous pages or some of the months towards the end of this year. But as keeping track of things and keeping myself organised is my goal for using this, I'd really rather not take out the pages.
After that there's my household section incl. my meal planner, shopping lists and cleaning rota. Only 3 sheets, so not out of control!
Then I have a projects and goals section which has my weigh loss goals, books to read, general organising to do, blog ideas and a few other notes. I guess that I don't use all of these on a regular basis, but it's useful to have to jot down ideas or if I see a book I want to read.
Next is my financial section, with some goals spending logs and bill info.
And lastly I have my addresses. I don't use this regularly, but if I suddenly realise I have to send someone a note or card I have their address to hand. Again, surely this is the idea of the planner!
So my question to you (if there's anyone there) is what can I cut out? What can I switch out to make my planner slimmer?
I am getting a Swift for my birthday next week, and expect that I'll move into that as soon as I have it.
This would leave the Paperchase Planner free, so maybe I could leave the extra bits in him as a 'stay at home' planner.