More feedback on the Plan & Note planners

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Plan & Note open format weekly planner

We’ve been receiving more excellent feedback from giveaway winners who won Plan & Note planners!

Take a look at this excellent review on OfficeSupplyGeek! Brian shows lots of photos of the features, and noted:

One other thing that the format in this planner does that I really like is that it allows for the same amount of space for your week end days as it does for your regular week days. I feel like my weekends are short enough as is, so I hate when planners cram Saturday and Sunday into one really small area. Much like any Quo Vadis or Exaclair product for that matter, the planner is definitely fountain pen friendly with its 90gsm paper. I found that my fountain pen in flowed smoothly and didn’t feather or bleed on this paper, although you will want to make sure you give it ample time to dry.

Thanks for the fantastic review Brian!

Here is what Susan had to say about her Plan & Note planner:

When I choose a planner, it must have monthly and weekly views. I use the monthly view for time specific tasks/appointments. I use the weekly view for tasks that don’t have a specific time, but need to be done on a specific day. I like that the Plan & Note also has a “notes” section where I can put tasks that need to happen at some point during the week. Additionally, I like that Saturday and Sunday have the same amount of space as weekdays since weekend tasks can be more numerous than weekday tasks for me.

A big bonus is the landscape orientation of the monthly layouts. I don’t think I’ve seen any planners with that layout. Most planners that size use a portrait orientation that results in long skinny rectangles that are hard to write in. The Moleskine Weekly Notebook planner that I am currently using had that problem so I glued in landscape layouts which made the planner more bulky. The anno-planning calendar is a nice bonus too.

I also like the cover material. It seems very durable and I like that it can be folded back on itself. As for the paper, it is much heavier than my Moleskine planner which is a big bonus as I’m a fountain pen enthusiast.

The only thing I would add to the planner is a pen loop.

Thank you for your excellent comments Susan!

You can see photos of all the features of the Plan & Note planners here.

The Plan & Note planners come in two sizes: Desk (6 by 8 1/4 inches) and Pocket (4 by 6 inches).

You can find all colors of the Plan & Note planners in Pocket and Desk sizes at Paper Bistro. You can also buy them at Classic Office Products in the Desk size and Pocket size. Classic Office Products ships internationally.

The Plan & Note planners will return for 2018, and should be available in June.

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