Clever ways to use the dot grid in Curation ft. real customer examples
November 22, 2022
This year, we replaced the blank Drawing Board on the left side of the Pre-Week Planner with a more functional dot grid.
The dot grid strikes the perfect balance between structure and flexibility. The dots provide more structure than a blank space which means you can write more neatly but it also provides a framework for mind mapping, doodling and sketching concepts.
Bottom line, it can be customised according to your needs.
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 space built into your diary.
For those seeking a little more inspiration, here are some real life Drawing Boards that owners of the A4 edition have so generously shared.
Example #1: This week's to-do list vs Next week's to-do list, tracking expenses and savings
Example #2: Managing the to-do list for different areas of life
Example #3: Weekly master list
Example #4: Doodling
Example #5: Weekly affirmations
Example #6: Mind mapping and getting of your head
Example #7: Space for the kids to write cute letters
Example #8: Keeping track of tasks that carry over from the previous week. Clear view of non-negotiables and anything else that pops up during the week.
Example #9: To sell list and Christmas lunch prep
Example #10: Space for kids to leave cute drawings
Example #11: Monthly reminder of tasks due that month
Example #12: Semester 2 reviews
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