Use a dotted journal for making a personal bullet diary planner.
Make a weekly log on a double-page spread so you can easily keep track of appointments, to-dos and dates.
Start by sketching and softly pencilling in dates and other information so you are sure they are laid out right.
Then colour them in with permanent markers in pretty colours.
Make a key to various icons symbolising different to-dos, events and infos in your personal diary planner. Then use your icons for entering important stuff in your week planning.
Plan and organise your life with a bullet journal ("bujo"). Bullet journaling is a concept that lets you combine a personal diary planner, artwork doodles and design all in one notebook. It's called a bullet journal after the term bullet lists. With a dotted planner you'll soon be off to a good start. The discreet dot grid pages make it easy to write, sketch and draw. Use a double-page spread for 'weeklies' where you can plan the week ahead so you can keep track of to-dos and book the week's appointments and events.