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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Plan & Note planner review by NoPenIntended

Many thanks to NoPenIntended for this excellent review of our Plan & Note planner! The review is very thorough and includes likes and dislikes, ink tests, and even watercolor experimentation! The pages of the whole planner consist of 90gsm white paper, very fountain pen friendly with no bleedthrough and minimal show-through. The paper shows off […]

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Notebook and paper reviews

Here is a collection of notebook and paper reviews! Megan Rhiannon tells us, “Why I’m ditching Moleskine and Leuchtturm 1917 notebooks!” Spoiler alert: she has switched to a Rhodiarama notebook! I love how happy she is near the end of the video when she shows her Rhodia! The Rhodiarama softcover dotted notebooks she talks about […]

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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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Time management Monday: Photos of Quo Vadis planners in use

On our Instagram (@quovadisplanners) you can see lots of photos of Quo Vadis planners in use with examples of how to use them for specific purposes like managing your schedule and tasks: Time blocking your schedule: Journaling and gratitude: Working your goals into your life:   Mindful intentions: You can also see how other people […]

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