With a cellophane tape, stick bread clips on some of the pages:
|Bread clips in action.|
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.