A bit late, true, but it took a bit of time to get all of the pics I’d taken of my planner last year and somewhat-organize them.
I made SO MANY STICKERS last year! I absolutely loved some of my themes – especially, it seems, the color-palette ones, which account for a large percentage of my favorites. By the end of the year, however, I’d gotten pretty burnt out on sticker-making; I had been doing it almost every week for two years, after all. I decided 2018 was time to try something different, which I’ll talk about in a later post; but it’s entirely likely I’ll end up back to my old habits in a few months, as those lovely colorful spreads are tough to beat.
It’s really interesting to me, going back through all my spreads for the year, seeing the evolution of what I tried, what worked, what didn’t, and what came back. I tried out meal planning for a couple of months and various forms of mood tracking, but eventually what stayed was a sidebar tracker for daily habits and the “this week” sticker above it for items that needed doing but weren’t dependent on a particular day. Also in September my work week shifted from the typical M-F to Sunday-Thurs, so I had to adjust how I looked at the week.
At any rate, here are my ten favorite weekly spreads of 2017, in chronological order, I think. I’m putting a “read more” here in case all the images clog up your reader or browser.