Thank you to Diana for sharing with us her favourite organiser.
1. What is your favourite organiser (Make/model/size)?
I have different model of organizer in my book shelf but at the moment I am really in love with my Piquadro organizer.
2. How long have you owned it?
I had this organizer from my parent as Christmas gift. I get the working bag from the same collection as a gift as well when I start my research career with a research fellow at Padua University. Since was really difficult find a binder system that matches with this bag my parent had thought to bought for me a medium binder from the same collection. We order the binder on-line from Piquadro website.
As you see from the pictures the organizer still new. This kind of products, as my working bag, require a lot of use before to start looking loved.
3. What is it that you like about it so much?
From this binder I like 2 features most: the front pocket that is really handy and my name embossed in the intern left side. We could choose position, the typo and the words.
4. Do you use it all the time?
I change my organizer "skin" on the basis of my mood and my bag preference. I definitively in love with my Malden as well and I regret to sold my compact Malden last year. I usually prefer clean and keep my lists really well organized to don't overload the weight on my working bag. I review my lists really often, removing what is not important, planning what has be plan and archiving important information that I need to keep as reference.
5. Do you think the design could be improved in any way? How?
They should reduce the size of the organizer itself in my opinion. The binder is half inch bigger than the others binders that I have and this is something that I do not like. Some people like the extra-room that mean that is possible use FraklinCovey inserts or have the pen well protected by the cover without any interference with the lateral tabs.
And here are some photographs of my favourite organiser
Thank you Diana
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