Agendio are a company that let you create a custom weekly planner from scratch – from front to back cover and all of the pages in between. I purchased a custom one over a year ago which included 4 pages for each week. Well in my usual indecisive fashion, I didn’t end up using all 4 pages when I tried out the planner. I ended up leaving 2 spare…
Before the Pen
See the other 2 pages of the spread and how I used them in this post.
When I ordered the planner more than a year ago I created a 4 page spread:
- 2 page weekly spread
- Weekly habit tracker + notes page
- Weekly meal planner and grocery list
Read more about ordering the planner and all the customisation options in this post.
After the Pen
I converted the weekly meal planning page + grocery list into blog planner + to do list
One of the reasons I prefer to use whiteout tape is that it’s not noticeable – even highlighting over the top it’s not super obvious – unlike big globs of liquid whiteout that you have to wait to dry, is expensive, takes longer to squish out and I never feel you get much in those tubes either.
If you’re using an expired planner or an undated one and don’t want to hand-write dates, date dot stickers are quick and easy. The Carpe Diem Number booklet and these are my go-to. For minimalist black and white try these from Prima Planner.
The Zebra Just Fit is a great highlighter however the pen like end of it does get worn down over time so it ends up being a bit too thick compared to the Tombow dual tip, Mildliner etc.
I decided it needed a bit more color – quick change but so much better!
One of the optional add on’s with the Agendio are perforated corners you can tear off to keep track of where you’re up to (since there’s no bookmark) which I recommend as tabs are $7 – $10 (bit of a rip off).
- Artline Smoove ballpoint pen
- Zebra Just fit highlighter (dual tip)
- My custom Agendio Planner
- Keji whiteout from Officeworks
Would I use this planner again?
Yes, it’s a simple layout that worked well. I do wish the sidebar was a little bit wider. Perhaps I should switch back to one of my favorites – the Plum Paper horizontal with with notes…
On the left page was habit tracker and extra notes pages. Since I’ve switched to monthly habit trackers (much better for tracking patterns and more compact) I didn’t use the weekly habit tracker. I ended up using the notes space for extra tasks.
Past weekly spreads
- Quick 1 page rainbow spread in the Happy Notes
- Converting a vertical hourly layout into a categories layout using the Lucky Life Tools Planner
- Agenzio PaperChase Color coded weekly spread
- 7 Planner supplies I don’t regret splurging on
- Planner Hack: Using binder covers to create a reusable checklist (plus free printable binder covers)
- Making printables: 10 Reasons why I use Photoshop instead of free software
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