Hobonichi Planner Series Part 2: The Weekly Pages

December 22, 2014
Idealized mock-up version with no private info

I use the weekly pages in my Hobonichi for:

1) Weekly tasks (always listed on the left)

2) Planning out workouts (always done in the morning, and listed along the top)

3) Putting reminders for any appointments.  These include:
     – Work meetings
     – Social events (let’s pretend we have a social life 🙂 )
     – Playdates (that counts as a social life, right?)
     – Doctor’s appointments and the like

4) Planning out dinners for the week

I am toying with the ideas of using it to:

* Plan out an ‘evening treat’ (i.e., TV show, book to read, etc — to help prevent me from wasting those precious 1-2 hours after the kids are in bed!)

* Track a habit.  For example, you can see the ‘Unplugged Goal’ listed along the bottom – a sticker or checkbox could go in each day the goal was attained.

* Plan out blog posts & tasks!  I think I may try this next year — we’ll see.  Although I kind of enjoy the spontaneity of my current haphazard approach . . .
Notes from the weekend:
Our nanny took A&C home on Friday night as a sort of holiday gift — so that we could enjoy a much-needed date night and day to ourselves on Saturday (we picked them up around 5 pm).  It was so nice.  I was rather amazed at how productive we were, too!  

mid-point of Saturday’s 10 mile run

Josh executing Kon-Mari.  Our clothes are done!  10 bags went to Goodwill,
and I have a big box that I’m going to send to thredup.  
Happy Monday!  I’m on call this week . . . but then off for most of the next.


  • Reply Lee March 10, 2019 at 7:14 pm

    You are my organizational idol. Seriously.

  • Reply Laura Vanderkam March 10, 2019 at 7:14 pm

    10 bags is impressive! Kid stuff? Your stuff?

  • Reply Priyanka March 10, 2019 at 7:14 pm

    I read about your decluttering challenge on IG and decided to give it a go last weekend! It is just crazy how much clutter one can accumulate. I am getting on the decluttering bandwagon and plan to make it a major project before baby#2 arrives.

  • Reply oldmdgirl March 10, 2019 at 7:14 pm

    Loving your unplugged goal.

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