Time management Monday: 2017-2018 planners are now available, plus new covers!

I love this time of year, when the new academic year planners come out! This year there are also a couple of new covers: Noir and Croco. They look great! The Noir and Croco covers are available on the Scholar weekly planners and the Textagenda day per page planners. Below you can see the orange […]

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What would your ideal planner look like?

Last week in a conversation with colleagues, we started brainstorming what our next new Quo Vadis planner format should look like. We know people like to use their planner for everything: work, school, balancing home life, personal goals and achievements, and more. We would love your feedback on what your ideal planner would be. What […]

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Time management Monday: What my first Quo Vadis planner taught me about organizing my time

Years ago the first Quo Vadis planner I ever used was a Septanote, which is the academic year version of the Trinote weekly planner. These planners both have the Quo Vadis Agenda Planning Dairy format created more than 60 years ago by a French doctor so he could effectively plan his week. I learned a […]

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Bullet journaling in a Quo Vadis Journal 21 planner

Recently Peter emailed me to ask for tips on bullet journaling in the Journal 21 day per page planner he won in last month’s giveaway. I was very happy to tell him I already had a post in the works on that very topic, and here it is! Bullet Journaling is an excellent method for […]

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Penny’s comparison of the Trinote vs Principal weekly planners

Many thanks to Penny for showing us her comparison between the Trinote and Principal weekly planners! Hi, I’m Penny. I’m a problem solver for technology and yarn. My cardinal rule of planners and planning is: my systems must work in harmony. I don’t want to search for information or figure out what goes where. I […]

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