03 August 2018

Free for All Friday No. 507 by Nan

Using one-day-per-page gives you the unique opportunity to record all details about the day on one day, including things like expenses, exercise, and meals.

Meal planning can be tricky, though, since you may not know in advance when you're going to eat. Or you may turn out not to have time to cook on the day you thought you did, and had to swap days. You can write everything in pencil or erasable ink (I understand we have some new options for that now!).

My current solution: little sticky notes. That way, I can swap the day we have leftovers and the day I barbecue chicken when my plans change.

Do you use any creative workarounds? Of course, since it's Friday, all ring organizer discussion is welcome!

1 comment:

  1. I condensed the space of writing of the day of my weekly layout I designed in Word and printed in June. I printed all the months of the new structure of this year. I created a file of this structure for 2019 and printed it quickly to resolve the undesired way of printing my 2018 one and avoid writing information more than one time.

    On one page in Word I forgot to insert a holiday and I printed the page without it. I removed the text of that page and most lines and inserted the holiday on the correct space. I printed the holiday on the same sheet.