Buy Plannerisms Planners


The Plannerisms planners are now available for 2018! Click here to order.

For more information and details about the Plannerisms planner, click here!



14 comments:

  1. Got mine today! x17 make nice folders - lookig forward to using this version of plannerisms

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  2. Hi there, are they doing the package again this year? I only see the booklets by themselves listed.
    Thanks! :)

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  3. Hi Jill, no they aren't doing the package, so everyone can choose the exact covers, pen loops, placemarkers etc they prefer.

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  4. Hi, I used x17 planner through 2016. A couple of days ago I ordered 2017 set.. and it seems they use different paper that is not fountain pen friendly. Almost all inks bleed through and feather :(

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    1. Hi PK, thank you for letting me know. I am not aware of them using different paper than they used last year.

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  5. I have somehow lost my second half of the year and I'm desparate to have one. Any way to find one?

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    1. Hi Elizabeth, the publisher no longer has any, but I have an extra one you can have. I would be sending it from the UK so it would take up to a couple of weeks to get to you (I'm assuming you are in the US). If you would like me to send it to you, email your address to me at Laurie@plannerisms.com.

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  6. Hi, do you make the planners in mid-year / academic calendar format (aug-july), or just the standard 12-month (jan-dec)?

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    1. Thanks for your interest! The Plannerisms planners are January-December only.

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  7. What kind of paper is used in the X-17 is it fountain pen friendly?

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    1. The paper is 80 gsm and is not specifically designed for use with fountain pens, but thinner nibs with not-so-wet inks work fine.

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  8. When I click the link to see and purchase I only see pricing for UK (and don't know how much that is in American. (Sorry, I'm a novice at ordering overseas!) I would like to figure out how to possibly purchase this, but don't know how the cost translates. (Even when I choose to translate to English, it keeps the price in German (??). Is there an easier way to purchase? (I have several questions...sorry!) I'm also wondering about the insert/book choices, as I don't know exactly what I want and would like to know what options there are.

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    1. Hi Amanda, you can convert the currency at XE.com or with a similar currency converter.

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    2. To clarify: a converter like XE.com will give you an estimate of the conversion rate, but your real conversion rate depends on the exchange rate your credit card company uses, so you should contact them to find out more precisely what the price will end up being.

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