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Passion Planner monthly layout recording gratitude

Each month, I set up my monthly spread in my Passion Planner for the EllieBeth Designs' Gratitude Challenge. Its become a crucial part of my planning routine and I've managed to create a balance between tracking, recording events and appointments as well as recording the daily gratitude that works for me. In this post I share the evolution of my gratitude challenge spreads and talk you through my process of preparing for the June Challenge.

Watch my video to see how it all comes together:

Hobonichi, B6 TN and Passion Planner Pro process by Katie Teage

Plan, stick, repeat

I have two planners and a journal at the moment. A passion planner pro, hobonichi weeks and a B6 TN. I use the passion planner and the Hobonichi for the same thing. I put the same appointments, to do lists and trackers on each week. I put the same photos in my passion planner as I do my TN and I recount my day in my TN. 
 
Why Katie? I hear you ask. Surely you can just put this all in one planner and be done with it? Probably... but I don’t want to and here’s why. 

Hobonichi, Erin Condren, Passion Planner - Robyn using them all.

I’m currently in the process of my March set up and am sitting at my desk surrounded by pots of pens, loose sticker sheets, post its, washi, stickerate binders and of course planners! You can probably picture it and I can assure you I can just squeeze my open Passion Planner on the desk surface!


As I opened the page on my planner for March, it occurred to me that many of us have probably switched planners since the start of the year. If you haven't read the design team blog, then let me refresh you briefly on what I had: