Several people have asked me recently about using two planners together to have daily, weekly and monthly pages all in one. I’ve especially had this request from folks doing the Page Per Day Challenge so they can have their daily pages and weekly planning all together. This is a great technique for anyone who wants daily, weekly and monthly pages in one grab-and-go book.
Below is the Space 17 open to a weekly page.
Adding the Space 17 into the daily book adds to the thickness just a little bit, but it’s still very reasonable.
You could also add the Space 17 into the day per page Journal 21 planner, or the same size ABP1. The Journal 21 already has monthly pages but the ABP1 does not.
You could even pop the Space 17 into the back pocket of a notebook to have planning and notes all in one book.
You could do a similar thing to add monthly pages to a weekly or daily planner that doesn’t already have them: the pocket size Visoplan and Exaplan monthly planners can slide into the cover of any planner or notebook for added month overview pages. I did this one year with my Minister weekly planner and it worked really well.