What’s in your planner insert stash? As a planner insert user, you need a stash of planner inserts that you can use at any time so you don’t have to wait for shipping. But if you are newer to the planner community, or new to planning with printables or inserts, you may not know what inserts to buy. Keep reading to learn the top 3 planner inserts you need in your stash!
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1) Daily Scheduling Insert
You need a daily schedule insert! These inserts are helpful for those days that are incredibly hectic or task-heavy. I don’t use a daily insert everyday. Instead, I save them for Mondays (even if I don’t have a lot going on, just for some planning fun) and other busier days.
Here’s how I use daily inserts:
2) Habit Tracker Insert
What goals or habits did you set for 2021?
Whether you are tracking your personal habits, self-care routine, or workout habits, a habit tracker will help you stay organized and consistent. These trackers are also great for accountability with your habit goals! Nothing makes me feel worse than flipping through my planner and seeing a half-used or incomplete habit tracker.
I love using this habit tracker from Three Nikkis because you can track your habits weekly! If you make progress on a goal and want to change it, this tracker allows you to celebrate your wins and make modifications to your goals. For example, if you have a goal to drink 50 ounces of water every day, and you meet this goal for the entire week, then you should celebrate! But why limit yourself to 50 ounces again the following week?
3) Monthly Calendar Insert
If you have a lot of weekly appointments or obligations (like classes), try a monthly insert! I like having one place to refer to all of my events for the upcoming weeks. But you don’t have to use the monthly for your tracking your schedule! I like to buy extra monthly inserts to track my spending for each day. Using a monthly calendar to write down your daily spending totals makes it easier to tally your totals at the end of the week or the month.
Here’s how I’ve used the monthly inserts in the past:
I hope this list helps. If you’re new to planner inserts or planning in general, read this page for more planner inspiration!
What inserts are on your essentials list?