The Crazy Suburban Mom: Attempt two on the WO2P, differently

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Attempt two on the WO2P, differently

So yeah, yesterday's pictures of my WO2P mock up were a flop.  I could see them in person but as an image they were a failure.

This morning I found Ray's Template for printing on Filofax personal paper.  It's a template with placeholder text so you can add whatever you need.  I replaced the text with a very simple week on two page template.

I still can't print on both sides and I don't even know what is up with that but I did get something I could test. If it works out for me I'm sure I can have it printed.

For this try I split the week as follows;  Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and Thursday on the left and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday on the right.   This gives me more room for the week end and the day before. A lot tends to get dumped on Friday so this might help but if it doesn't work I'll try it the original way with Monday through Friday on the left facing page.

new filofax page

I'm a little confused as to why my photos are suddenly less clear, maybe it's iOS 7...Maybe it's me... Maybe it's a glitch in the Matrix.  I have no idea but this photo should be better then the ones yesterday.  

I left everything out but the lines and the days.   No dates, no borders, no calendar, no nothing but space to write.  

3 Comments:

Prodigal Faxer 10/2/13, 7:54 AM  

The only diary layout I've seen where the weekend has more space than weekdays. Makes sense to me! I like that it's undated with a line to put that in yourself. Uncluttered and very cool!

Tracy Reinhardt 10/2/13, 9:10 AM  

I really like the space too. I will do a follow up on it filled out - I will add dates on the shorter line next to the days. And I see how it goes!
Tracy

Giftie Etcetera 10/5/13, 7:39 PM  

My weekly set-up is Mon - Thurs on the left and Fri, Sat, and Sun, plus a weekly space, on the right. But I don't put much on Fri, because I tend to take Fridays off.

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