If you’ve used a Hello Day spiral planner for a few years, you’ll know that there never used to be a weekly view - we added it in 2018. Now this year we’ve given the page a little revamp - thank you to everyone who has told us they like it :) We thought it a good idea to do a short blog on why we changed this page and how you might get the most out of it.
This year we decided to add in ‘This Week’s To Dos’ & ‘Thoughtful Actions’ sections. The thinking here is that we often have a long list of things we want to do in a week, but might not know what day to do them. To save writing and re-writing tasks from day to day, we figured this the perfect place to create your weekly to do list. We also added the Thoughtful Actions section to the Original Planners as a way to add a little mindfulness to our actions for the following week - both for ourselves and those around us
Like with all pages, we try to add in some flexibility so that you can use it for however best suits your individual needs. For example, in a recent survey we found that some customers use the weekly page for the work schedule, and the daily pages for their personal schedule. Others use the weekly page mainly for meal planning, work out planning, or social media planning.
In the same survey some people said they don’t use it as they’re not sure what to use it for. There is no definitive way to use this page, but you can definitely find a purpose.
Below is how we like to use it, so we hope you find it useful and might use some of the tips yourself.
As you work your way through the week, you'll see clearly that all of your key tasks are getting scheduled and completed.
We find the weekly page one of the useful and most satisfying pages to look at regularly as you see a whole weekly view of productivity, positivity and habit tracking.
Make sure you use your weekly page in a way that works for you - that's the key. Leave a comment below on what you find these pages most useful for.
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