Thursday, December 9th, 2010

Year at a Glance

Stephanie

I’m not much of a daily planner kind of person-  more of a “month at a glance” kind and I’ve recently fallen in love with my new Quo Vadis Monthly 4 that Karen sent me. (I fully reviewed it here.) One small feature I especially love, are the year at a glance pages. I find something so thrilling about looking back over a completed year. Blocks of time spent here or there, doing this or that- it’s a great visual reminder for me to remember the  important bits.

Are you a paper planner person? Which kind do you prefer- daily, monthly, hourly? Do you use more than one? I know that Laurie does!


20 thoughts on “Year at a Glance

  1. @ Francisco D.: Thanks for the link. That looks promising, but I’d prefer a booklet. Maybe I can have Kinkos do one for me, but then it won’t be on Clairefontaine paper…

    I’ll just keep hoping that Quo Vadis comes up with something like this…

  2. @ Francisco D.: Thanks for the link. That looks promising, but I’d prefer a booklet. Maybe I can have Kinkos do one for me, but then it won’t be on Clairefontaine paper…

    I’ll just keep hoping that Quo Vadis comes up with something like this…

  3. I’m a weekly format kind of girl. Right now I’m mostly using a Quo Vadis University that Karen sent to me, but my first love is the Quo Vadis Septanote for sure!

    However, like the first poster, I really wish Quo Vadis would do a weekly planner that had a month-at-a-glance at the end of month OR how about a monthly planner insert as an optional replacement to the address book?

    That would be perfect!

    Do you know if there is any such planner in the works?

  4. I’m a weekly format kind of girl. Right now I’m mostly using a Quo Vadis University that Karen sent to me, but my first love is the Quo Vadis Septanote for sure!

    However, like the first poster, I really wish Quo Vadis would do a weekly planner that had a month-at-a-glance at the end of month OR how about a monthly planner insert as an optional replacement to the address book?

    That would be perfect!

    Do you know if there is any such planner in the works?

  5. I’m with Halden on this one. Weekly format is about right. I’ve just swapped from a Moleskine Weekly Planner to a Quo Vadis Weekly Manager for 2011. Although I love the red hardback Moleskine, the Clairefontaine paper in the QV is peerless. Plus, it’s refillable: bonus!

  6. I’m with Halden on this one. Weekly format is about right. I’ve just swapped from a Moleskine Weekly Planner to a Quo Vadis Weekly Manager for 2011. Although I love the red hardback Moleskine, the Clairefontaine paper in the QV is peerless. Plus, it’s refillable: bonus!

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