Really it is a six page mini album incorporated into my Day
I planned it so that when you open it, you get a whole month view for the year, where I can put special dates, vacations, etc. Once you flip through that, before you get to the weekly spread, you get this page to the left. It has holes I cut into it, where I slipped a split pack of sticky notes, and some place markers. Very useful for a day planer may I add. I got the idea from Kathy Orta, she has a tutorial on her Ustream, but the sample item is found here.
After this little holder page, you come to the weekly planner part. I created the planner pages and printed them at home after looking at several examples and picking out what would and would not work for me and then combining what would work for me. Each week is a two page spread - the left side is the date/appointment keeper, and the right side is a to-do list style for each day of the week. I also have places to put notes. Jot things down whatever.
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Supplies: DCWV, Tim Holtz, Chatterbox Inc (Patterned Paper); Bazzill (Cardstock); Martha Stewart Scoreboard; EK Success, Stampin Up!, Spellbinders Labels and Nestabilities (Punches, labels); Stampin Up! Butterfly Prints (Stamps); Basic Grey (Rubons); Me and My Big Ideas (Dimensional Embellies); Binding (Zutter)