We all know that I love Baron Fig’s paper and dot grid ruling. I’ve used their dated 2018 planner as my
The Dateless Vanguard is available in pocket size only with the Confidant available in flagship size. The Dateless Vanguard (DV) arrives in a
Inside the pages are set up with 8 blocks for each week, 4 on each page. The top bar is grayed slightly and has lines for writing the date. Each block but the 8th has a small line for writing (or in my case rubber stamping) the date. The 8th block is grayed out with a very light printing of ink. I prefer an 8 block set up to 6 with the 6th being cut in half. Weekends are main working days for those of us with side hustles. (When do you think I work on this blog!?!)
Let’s face it, for many folks a
I won’t use this for my main planner, we’ll get to that with the Dateless Confidant, but this is a go-to for planning smaller projects- marketing for self-publishing books, podcasts, or blogs. You could have one for each project and plan it out to the day.