Time management Monday: Changing planners now?

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Now that we are more than a month into the new year, you should have a good idea whether your planner is working well for you or not. If your planner isn’t working as well for you as you would like, this post can help you figure out what the problem is, and which planner would work better for you.

Or maybe you are just now getting around to looking for your 2017 planner.

You’re in luck! There are still plenty of planner options for you. Some of our planners have sold out (like the Rhodia desk planner which sold out several weeks ago). But many of our planners are still in stock at retailers.

Here are some options if you are looking for a planner now.

Each of these planners has monthly planning pages. The weekly planners have fountain pen friendly 90 g paper.

Open format: Hebdo weekly planner

Hebdo weekly planner

The Hebdo weekly planner has plenty of space for appointments and notes, without being restricted by times or boxes. There is space for each day’s Priority, and space on the weekly page for lists and notes. For more information on the Hebdo weekly planner, click here. For info on where to buy, click Shop on the planner page.

Week + Notes: Space 24

Space 24 weekly planner

The Space 24 weekly planner has space each day for your schedule and extra space each week to write your lists and notes. For more information on the Space 24 weekly planner, click here. For info on where to buy, click Shop on the planner page.

Timed daily columns: Minister weekly planner

Minister weekly planner

The Minister weekly planner is great for people who are really busy and need to schedule their days to the half hour. The Minister’s weekly pages have categorized list boxes so you can easily keep track of all your tasks alongside your schedule. This lets you see what you need to do, and when you have time to do it. For more information on the Minister weekly planner, click here. For info on where to buy, click Shop on the planner page.

Day per page planner: Journal 21

Journal 21 daily planner

The Journal 21 planner has a full page for every day, even Saturday and Sunday. The smooth 72 g paper does well with finer-nibbed fountain pens and not-so-wet inks. The days are timed to the half-hour 8 am to 9 pm with plenty of space for notes each day. For more information on the Journal 21 day per page planner, click here. For info on where to buy, click Shop on the planner page.

If none of these is what you are looking for, there are loads of other sizes and formats still available. Click here to see all the Quo Vadis planners.

If you would like help with choosing a planner or want some recommendations, feel free to email me at Laurie (at) Exaclair (dot) com.

2 thoughts on “Time management Monday: Changing planners now?

  1. Hi, I am using with satisfaction a septanote from july to july.
    I love it, The weekly structure, ecc.
    I just feel The need to have a view on The next year, I mean in The next academic year speaking about august/september 2017.
    Would it be a good idea to skip now to a calendar agenda, like time & life? (I live in Italy). Of time and life I like The spiral structure, where I can throw away The pages I don’t need.
    Other ideas?
    Thank you so much,
    Olivia

    • Hi Olivia, your Septanote should have an anno-planner for the following academic year in the back, so you can start planning into the next academic year.

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