Weekly Planner Pad, Agenda Docket
I don't know about you, but if I write something down, I tend to remember it, and if I type it on my phone or computer ... poof, it's out of my head. While there are huge benefits to keeping appointments and important dates on my digital calendar (hello, reminders!), I really feel more on top of the week ahead if I take a few minutes to transfer what's in my phone calendar to pen and paper. This weekly docket note pad is designed to give you a place to write your appointments and commitments, along with a prioritized to-do list -- with a little reminder to be sure to do a little something nice for yourself every week, too -- and a space to jot down what you're planning to have for dinner each night.
This 5.5" by 8.5" pad is constructed of 26 sheets of high-quality heavyweight 32 pound paper to stand up to everything you and your favorite pen can dish out.
Do you find yourself frustrated by pads that have a cute design, but flimsy paper that tears easily, or your writing leaves an impression on the next page -- or even bleeds through? These pads is made of extra-thick, super luxurious, phenomenally smooth 32 pound (118 gsm) paper. The paper is designed for optimal printing, which turns out to also mean that it offers an effortless writing experience for your favorite pencil, ball point, roller ball or felt tip. If you're a fan of Paper Mate Flair pens, you'll love the crisp edges your pen strokes hold with this paper. If -- like me -- you find yourself erasing and rewriting as you go, I highly recommend a Pilot Frixion pen in blue ink (the black leaves a bit more of a ghost behind after erasing).
To add a magnet backing upgrade, please purchase this listing:
Prefer a simpler weekly plan? You'll find it here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/385292796/weekly-planner-notepad-weekly-planning
If you'd like to see how I use this pad and other planning products from my shop, check out my instagram feed at @veronicafoleysplanner .
I'm not accepting orders for custom planner inserts at this time, but if you have a suggestion for my next round of designs, I'd love to hear from you here or over on Instagram.