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22 May 2013

Another 10 things about my Filofax(es)

Following on from my previous post, I thought I'd share with you how I'm getting on with my filofaxes.
  1. I am SO relieved to be back in a crimson personal Malden as the internal layout, style and colour are perfect for me
  2. The last thing I wrote - notes on how to find a town in a game I'm playing
  3. What's in the notepad pocket at the back - some receipts that I'm processing for my upcoming tax return 
  4. Three random things in my Reference/Misc section - a laminated Getting Things Done workflow diagram, some pages from a small book I've hole punched by HH the Dalai Lama and a recipe for plum sauce
  5. My first section called Notes/In is the largest section as I'm having a tidy up 
  6. I have recently really gone off the standard today bookmark and am currently using a lai see envelope instead (from our wedding in 2010)
  7. So, am I content with the two binders I already own, as per one of my Filofax New Year's resolutions? Hmm, not exactly. Despite only having 0.76 Philo, I'm becoming slightly obsessed again with just owning the one filo 
  8. Having filofaxes seems to have cured my addiction for browsing notebooks so much! (luckily for my bank balance I rarely bought, just window shopped)
  9. I have no desire to purchase an aqua Malden. Wow, I said it (!) and it's testament to how content I am with the crimson colour 
  10. I have given up on thinking about the perfect set up, and I think it's all working much better for me because of that. 

6 comments:

  1. Never thought I'd move away from the Baroques, but have shifted back to a Malden.

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    1. I actually just sold my new Baroque after months of searching for it. Turns out they aren't as great as I thought they would be. I'm back in my Ochre Malden. Maldens are just wonderful.

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  2. Paid a fortune in shipping and the exchange rate, by buying my crimson Malden from the France Filofax site. But it was worth every cent!

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  3. Now if I could only follow your example with #10 - "I have given up on thinking about the perfect set up, and I think it's all working much better for me because of that."



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