There are times when you want to find the Quarterly Look-Ahead (QLA) or your Discipline Task Lists (DTL) in a hurry. With a lot of hardbound notebooks, that’s easy because they come equipped with one (Moleskine) or two (LEUCHTTURM1917) bookmarks.
But what if your notebook doesn’t come with a ribbon marker? What if you’re using a spiral-bound notebook or another markerless hard or paperbacked notebook?
I have a suggestion…
Pictured above is my Origin from Code and Quill. It’s a $25 hardbound notebook and it doesn’t have a built-in ribbon marker.
Here’s my solution…
I’m not talking about folding down a corner (I guess that would work, but it’s so 7th grade…and it doesn’t solve the problem).
As this photo essay will demonstrate, it’s not only possible to quickly find your main sections without a marker, but it’s cost-free as well.
As you can see, I’ve simply folded forward one page to create the TOC/Index tab.
Here I’ve done the same with the QLA.
And the DTLs.
As well as the Day-At-A-Time Work Area.
From this photo below, you can see that it doesn’t add much thickness to the notebook.
Now it’s your turn
I’ve shown you mine, now show me yours… 🙄