For the love of paper planning
Ok second attempt ... When the word Unicorn is used as a reference to Filofax that you are ISO. Are you in the belief that it doesn't exist or it's so rare it might as well be as mythical as the unicorn?
Unless, of course, you believe that unicorns DO exist :)
of is it because its 'SO FLUFFY IM GUNNA DIE'?Sorry couldnt resist the Despicable Me reference
It's a little known fact that Unicorn Horns can be used to fix ring problems on a Filofax!
FWIW I use the term "unicorn" when referring to the latter, i.e. a planner so rare (or in my case, so financially unreachable) that it may as well be mythical. I actually long for a Coach bag in the former category (doesn't exist in the size and color combo I would love to have), so to me there's a difference. Being a fan of the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic program, a little part of me does believe that unicorns exist. ;)
I'm still waiting for my first Filofax to arrive from England. I purchased the compact size in red. I've been on your site and paid sites for instant downloads, however, I'm clueless (unable to see how printing would actually work). I'm wondering if when I use your free calendar inserts, do I print every other page and then put the paper back in the printer to print the other side? I didn't see that in the one set of instructions I looked at. Thanks.
Hi Marrianna, it depends entirely on your printer, if you have a printer that can do automated double sided print you can select it to flip on the correct side (short side if printing on A4 or letter to cut down, long side if printing onto personal sized filofax paper) If not you will need to print all the odd pages then all the evens on the backs, this might need a bit of playing to test how your printer copes