Journal 21 Test Drive Offer

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Journal 21 is our most popular daily or day planner.

Its book-size format is made for people who are serious writers and need plenty of note space for each day.

Open the book for a two-day view.  Each day runs from 8 am to 9 pm.  Each half hour has a full line for notes or appointments. The book lies flat when open which makes it easy to write.

The Journal 21 is made with Registre Azur paper, a light green which is scientifically calibrated to be restful on the eyes. It is 72 g, acid free and pH neutral, so it will work with a fine point fountain pen.

Journal 21 is a daily planner with a many monthly planning extras, including monthly planning pages over 15 months; and three sets of semi-annual planning pages.  The current month is tabbed on the right page.

If you would like to “test drive” a 2014 Journal 21, please enter via this Google Doc.

We will be giving away four Journal 21s. All information is private, and will be kept only until four winners are randomly picked and notified by email. If you would prefer, you can enter by writing to me at karen@exaclair.com with “Journal 21 Test Drive” in the subject line.

The drawing will be Monday, July 7, 2014.  Good luck!

I welcome comments and feedback–pro and con–by current Journal 21 users.  Please comment on this post, or send me a link from a review. Thank you!

3 thoughts on “Journal 21 Test Drive Offer

  1. I bought a 2014 Journal 21 as a possible replacement for the much-loved (but getting too small) Visual. The Visual just didn’t have enough task space to meet my current needs.

    The Journal 21 had great potential, but I found the line spacing too narrow. The real deal breaker for me was the month on one page was so tiny compared to the wider Visual. In that narrow of a book, it needs to be month across TWO pages.

    I really wanted to like it. Like Laurie mentioned, the light weight is a huge plus for a daily. Also, for a book to lay that flat is wonderful.

    My stop-gap this year was to break work and family off into 2 ring bound planners (Day-Timer Wellness Weekly inserts for work, and I’ve tried a variety of Personal-size inserts for home/me).

    I don’t love it. I look at my little stack of Visuals from 2009-13 and miss them greatly.

  2. I have two Journal 21 planners, they are excellent and the smooth paper is joyful to write on. I love that they have monthly grid planning calendars, those are so hard to find in day per page planners! The Journal 21 is also lighter (due to the soft cover) than similar-size day per page planners so it’s easy to carry with you everywhere to capture all your daily details.

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