* Russian Standard
Here is a day per page planner I bought while I was living in Moscow. That year I was using a different day per page planner that I really loved, so this one didn't get much real use. What I did use it for, which it was great for, was communication. As you can see from the photo (which you can click on to make larger), the days and months are written in English and Russian. This helped me learn my days and months, and was extremely useful to communicate with my language instructor and anyone else exactly what day we were to meet. Both of our languages were there on the page, and I wrote the appointment directly onto the page at the appropriate time, so there was no confusion whatsoever of when we were scheduled to meet.
It seemed like the majority of people I knew in Russia used a day per page planner, and they used it for everything: not only planning but also meeting notes, random jottings, sketches, etc. I've been fascinated with how people use their day per page books ever since my sister's Textagenda.
Another feature of this planner that I really like are the types of information at the beginning of the book. I like to buy a planner in the country I'm living in at the time, for the country information. This planner is full of useful info that I wouldn't otherwise know such as calling codes for all of Russia, car license plate codes, lists of Russian holidays. And perhaps most interesting, there is a chart of blood alcohol decay time. Russia has a zero-tolerance drunk driving policy. So this little chart tells you how long you have to wait until you are legal to drive. Brilliant!