I have so many 2011 Moleskine planners by now, I've been thinking of ways to use more than one at a time.
First, the players. You may have seen my reviews of the following 2011 Moleskine planners, but in case you haven't, here they are again:
2011 Extra Small Daily and Weekly planners
2011 Large hard cover Daily and Vertical Weekly planners
2010-2011 Large Weekly Notebook
Here are some interesting combo possibilities:
Large Daily and Extra Small Weekly:
The large Daily planner could stay on my desk and record all my daily details, and my Extra Small Weekly could be my go-everywhere planner with the week summarized at a glance. If I need to take them both with me, they both fit nicely in my Rickshaw Bagworks Daily Planner Moleskine folio. Look how the Extra Small fits perfectly in the smartphone pocket! (I've shown it sticking up for the photo but it actually fits all the way down in the pocket.)
Alternatively, I could use my Extra Small Daily planner as my satellite to jot down details on the go, while my Large planner (whether Daily, Vertical Weekly, or Weekly Notebook) stays home on my desk. The Extra Small Daily is tiny and can go everywhere with me, but each daily page is still plenty big to write details. Here you can see my Extra Small Daily with my Vertical Weekly. I love this photo!
Another option is to use my Vertical Weekly with its big week view layout along with a Moleskine cahier notebook to keep my lists in. This has the advantage of allowing my weekly schedule and lists to be visible simultaneously with the books open next to each other. This would be a great option for having loads of space to write each day and also to have loads of space for my weekly lists. I could date the cahier pages "Week Of..." to keep track of what tasks I did when.
Here you can see my Vertical Weekly with my large Cahier (with my Life Is Good sticker on the cover).
Because my Rickshaw Bagworks Classic Moleskine Folio is designed to hold the large Moleskine journal (which is thicker than the 12 month weekly planner), the folio can hold the weekly planner with the thin cahier notebook on top of it. Zip and go!
I like all of these ideas!