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How Curation Users are Using Their Weekly Drawing Board

April 02, 2021

Curation diary open on a person's lap

The Drawing Board is that big white space you see on the Pre-Week Planner in the original version of Curation. 

Instead of reaching for a sticky note or a blank piece of paper or a notepad for random list-writing or note taking, you’ve got that extra white space built into your diary.

Although we’ve dubbed this blank space “Drawing Board” it is not designed exclusively for creative purposes. Drawing is just one of many, many ways you can use this blank space. 

For those seeking a little more inspiration, here are some real life Drawing Boards that other Curation users have so generously shared. 


Example #1: "power hour" checklist + uni checklist

Example #2: affirmations + to-do list

Example #3: journal entry + intention-setting

Example #4: brainstorming a new career path

Example #5: 2021 vision board

Example #6: non-specific checklist

Example #7: list of exhibits to go to

Example #8: list of movies to watch

Example #9: travel to-do list

Example #10: weekly work to-do list

 Example #11: mindful brainstorming + list of self-care intentions

Example #12: quote of the week

Example #13: weekly journal entry

Need more ideas? ⬇️