To Daily or Not to Daily?
As a rule, my journaling routine tends to comprise of Monthly and Weekly Spreads, along with collections and themed spreads around projects or hobbies I have. I don’t create a daily spread every day, however when I have a day in my home office with lots to do, I find that creating a daily spread first thing in the morning really helps me focus on what I need to get done.
How is my daily spread structured?
On the left hand side of the spread I list the “top 3” most important things I need to get done that day. Then I have the next 10 other jobs for the day, which I work on once my top 3 are complete. This helps me to prioritise the things I really need to get done and avoid procrastination!
On the right hand side of the spread I have a section for my agenda for the day, a meal plan and step count. I’ve also added a box to reflect on my daily gratitude.
To build the structure of my page I use the Oops a Daisy Super Easy Daily Stencil and a Staedtler Pigment Liner (my favourite pen). Then I use my Zebra Mildliners or Tombow Dualtips to add some colour.
Watch a short video of my daily spread set up below.
The whole thing took less than ten minutes to set up and fill in – Ten minutes well spent in order to make my day as productive as possible!
If you’re all set with the basic planning, why not check out how to create different spreads for health, self care and travel…