Now to me this is the interesting bit. It is that one chance you will get to see the detail and the workings of someone else's organiser. I'm not talking about the personal details the such and such appointment on a particular day, more about the level of detail people are writing down each day or each week. The sort of information people record on a daily or weekly basis.
A lot of people use their planners and organisers to record health information, helping them track their weight or symptoms.
It is interesting to see how people mix the use of ring bound organisers with bound notebooks, traveller’s notebooks for planning and journaling.
I know in my own case the notes I make in my organiser might not make much sense to someone else. I don't write in code, more a short hand I suppose! As example a task that just says 'Flip 14th 17th' might not make any sense to you, but it is my prompt to 'Flip articles to Flipboard from web finds on the 14th and 17th of that month'
Generally there tends to be a lot of 'white space' on a typical week view of my organiser, it is only rarely do I fill up a particular section of the week layout that I use, so I guess I've got the size/layout about right. There are some peoples organisers I have seen that are crammed full, every page is full. I admire these people in a way for having such busy lives and being able to cope with so many things happening.
I knew I wanted to slow down when I 'retired' five years ago... may be I've taken it too far... answers not required ;)
So the question which triggered my thinking this morning. Do you plan on a daily basis or a weekly basis? I know if you do plan on a daily basis then you have to also have a long-term sight on the week ahead or the month ahead (likewise if you plan by the week), but what is your main focus when looking at your planner.