This is my very chunky Gillio Medium Compagna.
I found these lovely metals tags by Tim Holtz. I think they give the perfect look to my Gillio beauty. I'm currently using DIYFish for my calendar but this layout I'm using can have any calendar inserted into it which is really important to me since I tend to change calendars several times a year. I've already tried out 3 this year alone.
These two arrow tags mark this week and today. They are on half sheet dividers that I move each week/day as needed.
My main sections are divided by the wide folder tags. My sections are everyday (for routines, regular occurrences), life (calendar), wishes, notes, and stuff.
The bottom arrow is my "next steps" list. I use it to track what is next on my list and that of my employees. I'm trying to teach the new engineers in my group to always be thinking of what they have to do next when a project phase is complete. This seems to be working well so far. I know GTD uses this. Side note: I really need to read that book. It's been on my shelf a long time.
Within my notes tab, I have six numbered dividers that I use for long term focus area or short term projects. 1 is my home. So many projects coming up. 2 is for my blog and writing. I am thinking about rebranding everything so I have a lot of notes here right now. 3 is for my crafting life. 4 is for work. I'm currently keeping a list of things that I PE stamp and job searching (never stop looking for a better opportunity). 5 is being used right now to manage my move. Once I'm settled, I'll reassign this tab to something else. 6 is all things financial.
Because I have so much in my planner, I no longer use it as a wallet. It's just too much going on and I could never fit all the pages I need if I also tried to do double duty.