Blue Sky has become one of my favorite planner companies with plenty of options to choose from (and affordable)! Their custom personalised planner option my favorite – horizontal days of the week on 1 side and list making space on the right.
Before the Pen
See my full review of the planner in this post.
After the Pen
There are 2 main ways I color code: colored pens or highlighters. I tend to gravitate more towards pens as it’s neater and there’s more pen colors than highlighters to choose from. Plus it only takes 5 minutes to set up the week.
The only con (in my opinion) of the Blue Sky planners is that the paper quality isn’t the best so I opted for pens this time.
I try not to use more than 4 colors when color coding:
Blogging workflow key:
The bad ghosting I was talking about:
I used the InkLab Fineliner which are very similar to the PaperMate Flair’s… but better. They’re more affordable and the ink looks thicker on the page.
Would I use this planner again?
Definitely! Love the layout, the proportions for each section are right and the single column list / notes page has the right line spacing.
Past weekly spreads
- Rainbow Color Coded Weekly Spread Using the Passion Planner
- Using the Colorful Lorna Leigh Lane Weekly Planner
- Using my custom Agendio Planner (would I order from this company again?)
Planning tips & ideas
- 7 Bullet Journal Weekly Planner Spreads you probably haven’t thought of
- Arcing my Plum Paper Planner – everything you need to know if you’d like to try it yourself!
- Minimalist Planner Decorating: Title Ideas for your Bullet Journal
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