21 October 2014

Free For All Tuesday No. 194

12 comments:

  1. I am curious. For those of you using a week on 1 page for appointments and a facing page of tasks for the week, do your appointments go on the right or the left and tasks on the right or the left ie which way round is your placement. Thanks guys. xx

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  2. I can sort of answer this from the context of having used a 1DPP format which included both an appointments column and a tasks column.. My brain wanted the appointments to the left and the tasks to the right of that, probably because I would naturally read the page from left to right and was worried that I would miss appointments if I didn't see them first. I have since abandoned that all together as it was frazzling me and have returned to a combined list with appointments marked with a dot and stars added to grab my attention as far as importance. If it's a really important appointment or task, it gets a lick of highlighter. HTH. :)

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  3. Thanks Nancy. A whole new approach. xx

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  4. I'm not using this format, but I always want appointments on the left and tasks on the right.

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  5. Appointments on the left and tasks on the right for me too!

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  6. New question....can anyone help me find a supplier of A5 quadrille or graph paper please? UK would be a real help.

    Thanks!

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    1. Try here: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/PlannerFun-ItsAFree-for-all/~3/c6JP4x6R948/31-days-18-its-saturday.html

      But also I can buy loads of the stuff here in France, but lined paper is not so easy to buy... why I don't know!

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  7. I always use freebie downloads. Love the Philofaxy grid paper for notepaper,but imagine you want smaller and more intricate stuff David. There must be a huge variety of freebies out there. xx

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  8. I'll definitely look into that, thank you!

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  9. I often use Rhodia pads - I think the no.16 is A5; the only issue is that if you separate the sheets they are top-bound and microperfed so you lose a cm or so in height - end result is A5 width but slightly shorter than A5 height.

    Or you could find an A4 quadrille pad and get somewhere like Staples to chop it in half for you!

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  10. Rhodia no 19 pads can be cut in half for two sets of A5 sheets.

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