With a cellophane tape, stick bread clips on some of the pages:

I got myself Seattle’s Best’s planner last year. It had 12 calendar pages and the rest are doodle, promo, and sticker pages. It served me more as a notebook than a planner, but that was what I intended it for.

I got the idea when I found myself rummaging through filled out pages and I couldn’t find the information I was looking for.

I like that bread clips come in different colors. I used yellow for action items and notes I take down during meetings, red for work to-do lists, green for personal tasks, and white for personal doodles and blog drafts.

I hope this helps. I noticed that a lot of the 2013 planners that came out didn’t have dividers on them.


Hi, I’m Rae and I am a scatterbrain. I am in my 30s and I write in this blog from the Philippines. I spend a tiny portion of my time de-stressing with makeup and skin care. Email: scatterbraintures@gmail.com | Instagram: @scatterbraintures


  1. Pretty/Ugly, a received a lot of notebooks/ planners this holiday season. I think I'm set for the next decade as far as notebooks are concerned. :P

    Lawrence, Popblush, Rainy Days, it is! I found a lot of cooler ideas people thought of to reuse bread clips.

  2. Rainy Days and Lattes Reply

    what a great idea!!!!!!! :) I love it. Bread clips… BREAD CLIPS! :D

  3. cool idea Rae… speaking of recycling, we can put it to a good use.

  4. Pretty/Ugly Reply

    This is such a great idea! I love notebooks. I tend to buy them (but I never get to use them) :(

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