Call was made but left a message. A downward arrow indicates I need to follow up the next day.
An open task or event.
An event requiring no action.
I drew out 6 months (roughly) to get me to December 31, 2006.
Uniball Signo RT Gel 0.38mm pen. This works well with thin Moleskine paper as it doesn't bleed through like a G2, and the thin 0.38mm line dries very quickly.
iPod nano for contacts, alarms, and reading info synced by the nice shareware app Pod2Go. Also useful for music and podcasts. :-)
Standard Moleskine bookmark is handy for marking the current week.
5 3M sturdy Re-stickable Tabs (686-RYB) mark my tasklists in the back of the Moleskine Planner.
Arrow and line across multiple days indicates a multi-day event.
This section to the right of each day reserved for regular or recurring events I want to see right away.
Standard Moleskine Ruled Pocket notebook, with hand-drawn weeks through the end of 2006. I like the lined best (vs. plain or squared), because it offered lines which helped me draw out 31 weeks, yet is open and clear enough for easy viewing and writing.
Elastic strap on the Moleskine keeps loose items snug and safe inside. If I'm really worried about securing an item, I put it in the pocket on the Moleskine's inside back cover.
Day of the week with date, inside of a box. Later in the book I've omitted the boxes, but may yet add them... we'll see.
Each day gets 7 lines in this format (Sat/Sun spit one section). I really like having a full week at a glance.
I tried the 1 week per page concept on another Moleskine, but found 1 page too cramped for my needs.
Saturdays and Sundays split one day section on the bottom right page (since less is going on those days).
Did you create the whole year? Or you are drawing while using it? - vlad.campos
This is my customized Moleskine planner, made from a standard pocket
Moleskine (ruled) to resemble the format of a Moleskine Weekly
I created this planner, because Moleskine 2006 Weekly Planners are
hard to find and expensive. But beyond cost or scarcity, I thought it
would be interesting to create my own planner from scratch, based on
some great ideas gleaned from Bill Westerman's Miquelrius notebook: