Despite getting my kikki.K goodies a few weeks back yesterday was the first time using any of the items. I mentioned in my Show & Tell post that the Mini Daily Planner Pad would be used on days where I have lots to do or the information doesn’t need to be recorded in my Filofax. This post includes pictures of my planning process for Tuesday 02.09.2014.
Yesterday was also my first time writing with one of kikki.K’s everyday gel pens. What I love is how fast the ink dries unlike most gel pens which are prone to smudging. Being left-handed, ink where I’ve already written normally gets on my hand. The nib is finer than I generally write with but I know I’ll get used to it. The pen is so pretty, who wouldn’t want to use it!
I decided to plan my day in the order the sections are arranged on the pad. I began by writing in the date. I left the weather section blank at the time this picture was taken. I hadn’t heard what the forecast was meant to be and decided to fill this in last night upon reflection of my day. Most of the To Dos were just quick errands or daily tasks, for example my exercises, I wanted to get done. I decided against including my top priorities in the ‘To Do’ section as well as I didn’t see the point in writing them down twice and getting lost amongst other tasks. I record each glass of water using the ‘Water Intake’ as I have it.
The first to do on my list said “wear bracelet”. My mum bought this for me as a graduation present but I don’t wear it as much as I’d like and yesterday I really wanted to. It’s absolutely gorgeous, a silver belcher chain with a heart pendant.
This photo was taken after I had crossed off all completed tasks in the ‘To Do’ section and filled in the ‘My Treat’ section. Yesterday’s weather was a mixture of sun and cloud which explains why I circled both symbols.
If you don’t already have a planner or organiser this pad is perfect for helping you plan your day. You could even use the pad as a weekly planner instead of a daily one and use the To Do, Top 3 Priorities, Don’t Forget and My Treat sections if you’re not as busy. Unlike regular bound planners there aren’t enough sheets for one per day.
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Hope you enjoyed reading about my planning process and seeing some of the things I do with my day.