This Month’s Spread Notes:
- Left Page:
- Goals – Separated into weekly goals and a monthly goal section. Set reasonable, accomplishable goals each week & for the month. These can be filled in before the month begins or each week.
- Appointments (“Important”) – Spot to elaborate on appointments from your calendar or add additional notes.
- Memories & Headlines – November’s favorite memories and most popular headlines.
- Next Month – December’s appointments.
- Right Page
- Calendar – Since it’s probably too small to write too much in, I’ve made a section for a KEY…
- Key – Make symbols to correspond to types of appointments — e.g. ! for birthday, △ for meeting, ⯀ for practice, etc. If you need to elaborate – there’s plenty of room in the Appointments (Important) section on the right page.
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- Leuchtturm A5 Dotted Notebook (Emerald)
- Door Hanger Measurement Tool
- Sharpie Pen
- Tombow Fudenosuke Hard & Soft Tip
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- To transfer, look at the measurement file. The numbers correspond to the squares. Some measurement PDF’s have dashed lines and RED dots, if so:
- Draw dashed lines out first with a pencil. Erase these when you finish.
- Draw the DOTS and connect while looking at the “My Version” spread for reference.
- The PENCIL is your friend!! Try out drawing the main corners and headers FIRST (I use pencil for this), then, use a pen to connect them with a ruler, add headings, etc.
- I use a medium A5 Leuchtturm 1917 dotted notebook, so the measurements are 26 squares across per page and 38 squares tall.
- If you’d like to switch out any elements or find out more about what elements I use in my spreads, visit: https://lifebywhitney.com/spread-elements/
- All measurements are by Squares Width X Height. (Each square in this notebook is 0.5 cm)
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