The Hebdo weekly planner has an open format that allows you to use each week’s page however you like. This flexible format can even be used differently week to week if you want!
Below is a fairly typical way to use the weekly open format. You can write your tasks and events into the day spaces, reminders in the notes space, and important events of the day like someone’s birthday or bills due in each day’s Priority space.
You can also use the daily Priority spaces to take your planner use to the next level. Use this space to clarify your mindset for the day:
Or to remind yourself of things that are important outside of the daily grind:
You can use the large daily spaces to organize your day with your timed schedule on one side and your task list on the other, as shown below. You can see this post for more tips on organizing your day spaces.
Below is an example of using color coding in your day spaces to highlight appointments, important items, or personal vs work tasks. You can see more tips on using color coding in your planner here.
Those posts use the Scholar weekly planner, which is the academic year version.
The Hebdo is also great to use as a bullet journal. The open format days allow you to do your Daily Log, and the dated weekly format allows you to plan ahead and structure your weekly layout without having to draw week after week. Click here to see a demo on bullet journaling in the Hebdo.