I'm not going to attempt to explain the principles behind this idea or method, he does it so much better than I could anyway!.
Take a look at his website or watch the video.
After seeing the video I thought about trying this idea out myself and I was tempted to go out and buy a notebook to give it a try. But I know what I'm like with bound notebooks, I hate to make a mistake in them!
So I thought why not try and take this idea and use it in a Filofax... I have got plenty of those haven't I!!
But what sort of inserts? I looked at the website and the video quite a few times before coming up with some simple personal size inserts which will print on to personal size paper. I've also scaled these up to A4 so you can booklet print them to A5 as well.
After discussing this with Ray, we came up with a few ideas to improve the concept. For instance the index that Ryder shows in the video didn't look that well organised, so Ray suggested his method of creating an index in a notebook. I decided that instead of creating fixed divisions on the index pages I would leave that up to user as to how they would divide up their index pages depending on their needs.
I'm making the inserts available in A5 and Personal sizes for you to download and try out for yourself.
Monthly Events/Tasks (Personal) Word file or PDF File
Monthly Events/Tasks (A5) Word file or PDF File
So if you fancy trying this out download the inserts and give it a try.
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