Monday, June 28, 2010

Moleskines, Start Your Engines!


Today is the first day in the 2010/2011 Moleskine 18 month planners! For those of you using one of these planners this year, it's time to bust it out and rev it up.

Happy planning!


Moleskine 2011 18 Month Weekly Notebook: Black Hard Cover Large (Moleskine Legendary Notebooks (Calendars))

Moleskine 2011 18 Month Weekly Planner Horizontal: Red Hard Cover Large (Moleskine Srl)

5 comments:

  1. My Moleskine love has always been strong ... I have a red h/c weekly planner sitting here waiting. But I tried an Ecosystems planner and I'm smitten with that. I also have a 12 mo weekly panoramic Moleskine waiting for January. I just found the Ecosystem paper so nice ...

    Terri

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  2. They have moleskin planners?? I had no idea and now I want one.

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  3. Oh yes, the Moleskine planners are wonderful! Welcome to your newest addiction.

    I have reviewed a few of them, here is the link to my Moleskine tagged posts:

    http://www.plannerisms.com/search/label/Moleskine

    (Scroll down to get past this post and see others)

    In my post above you can click on the link to see the 2010-2011 18-month planner selection.

    Also, the 2011 calendar-year Moleskines are now available, they have a wide selection of sizes and formats:

    http://www.moleskineus.com/moleskine-2011-planners.html

    Have fun! :)

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  4. Oh right! I had totally forgotten about mine and somehow still haven't realised that it's July already!
    Thing is, having rekindled my passion with my Finsbury,I honestly wouldn't know what to use the Mole for...
    Aaah decisions decisions!!
    How are you going to use yours?

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  5. Hi Oni!

    Sorry it has taken me so long to reply to your comment. To be honest, I am still debating my answer!

    Despite my fabulous Filofax setup that I detailed in my post the other day, I am already struggling with the week on 2 pages diary and keeping my lists someplace else. I just really need to have my weekly lists alongside that week's schedule, all in one view.

    A big reason for this is, as I prepare for my move next month, I have certain things that need to happen on certain weeks: changing my address, scheduling packout, changing over my insurance, etc. I can't have those things on a list somewhere, I need to have them written onto the actual week when they need to happen so that when I turn to that week I can see what needs to be done then.

    So, I think I will use my Mole weekly notebook as my planner for all timed things, and my Filo as my everything-else book for non-time sensitive lists (like books to read etc) and reference. And, I will continue to use my Me section!

    As a side note, this is the exact (EXACT!) same position I was in this time last year with my Mole weekly notebook and personal Filofax, which I find wryly hilarious in a pathetic sort of way. You would think after a year of going back and forth I'd have chosen a winner by now! Obviously I'm still conflicted. I love the flexibility of the Filofax and being able to put in whatever pages I want. But I need the bigger page size and week + notes format of my Mole for my planner.

    The Saga Continues...

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