Tuesday, October 27, 2015

2016 Plannerisms planners are coming!

Hi everyone, very exciting news! The 2016 Plannerisms planners are well underway!

Samples are printing Friday so I will have them next week for proofreading. After any corrections, they will go to print! I don't know yet when the planners will be ready for purchase, but I will let you know as soon as I have any information.

The proofs look great, and I am very excited these will be available for 2016 after all!!

Stay tuned for more information, I will let you know as soon as I know anything!

21 comments:

  1. Oh, fantastic, how wonderful! Callooh! Callay!

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  2. Aand if the publisher is who we think it is, will they be proper A5? Hope so...

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  3. Will we get pictures next week when you get the proofs?

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    1. I don't know if photos will be released next week or after everything is finalized. But it will be soon!

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  5. yayyy!! this makes my day! But I need worldwide shipping-will this be an option?

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    1. Yes they will definitely be available for worldwide shipping.

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  6. I know how hard you've worked on making sure they're right in their current form, and I don't know if it's possible, but one day I'd love for them to be made in A6 size so I can put them in my A6 VDS!!

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  7. yey
    im hoping its the previous printing/paper (2014&earlier) or better

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  8. When will they be available. I liked the vertical planning you showed where you could fill in each day. It all seemed very organised! Tricia Gatesman

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    1. Thanks Tricia! The weekly layout will be the same. They are still in progress but will be available soon! Watch this space for more details soon. :)

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  9. When will they be available. I liked the vertical planning you showed where you could fill in each day. It all seemed very organised! Tricia Gatesman

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  10. Why do you need a Plannerisms planner and a Moleskine vertical planner for the same year?

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  11. Why do you need a Plannerisms planner and a Moleskine vertical planner for the same year?

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    1. I don't. Are you referring to my recent post on Moleskine planners? That's just an FYI to people about their availability. I talk about lots of different planner brands here on Plannerisms. :)

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  12. What would you recommend as a book to keep track of a health condition in regards to include pockets for information, diets, supplements, times of day to take tablets etc etc? Any ideas?
    And which is better out of the plannerisms and the moleskine planner? Thanks

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    1. Hi Tricia, as with anything it depends on how you are going to use it. The Plannerisms planner's weekly format has a column before each Monday where you can write things you have to do every day, then you just check it off or write the time you did it each day. That keeps you from having to write everything over and over again every day. And this year the Plannerisms system will have the option of adding several pockets and other features. Photos are coming soon.

      As for Moleskine, there are several different formats and sizes including daily, weekly horizontal and weekly vertical from pocket to extra large sizes. So it's hard to tell you what would work best for you there since they have so many options.

      There's always the option of a ring binder, where you can have lots of pockets, print and put in your own pages, add lists and whatever you need.

      I hope this is helpful. Let me know if you need more specific ideas.

      Best,

      Laurie

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  13. Thanks for that. For the diary/ planner I like A size. I liked the idea of the vertical lines for that & having an extra column so waiting to see what the Plannerisms looks like.
    For the recipes, supplements I have now bought a Paper chase Recipe Journal A5 size with pockets and lined paper.

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