The monthly planner pages are minimalistic but even the days had to be handwritten in. This is a bit much - I mean, that adds so much extra work for the user. I'm not sure what to use these pages for yet but I'll find something for them!
I had a similar gripe with the weekly pages: the days weren't printed on these either. Honestly, my hand was dropping off by the time I finished setting this thing up! The space for each day isn't too intimidating and allows me to write a brief note on what I'd done or how I'd felt, etc. I'm going to try and write something in at the end of each day. Nothing like a good brain dump at the end of a stressful day!
The notepaper at the back is adorable. I mean just look at the pale pink paper and the 3D cube design printed on it (if you look really closely, you can see it). I guess I can use these pages to glue in things I collect over the course of the year, things such as ticket stubs, photos, etc.
Finally, the obligatory 'personal details' page at the back (as with all other East Asian planners) and another plastic pouch. These currently hold dot stickers but it might end up holding momentos picked up along the way during the year.
At the moment, not much is written in it aside from some important sporting fixtures (I am way too excited for the Six Nations - 2016 is definitely Scotland's year!) which will inevitably form the basis of many journal entries. Now that all the dates are written in, I'm eager for 2016 to begin so I can start journaling on an even more regular basis than I do currently.
Are you using a daily journal and also a separate planner for everyday things? :) Have you used a system like this in the past? If so, how has it worked for you?