11 October 2017

Tell us about...... 17

A lot of us use our organisers to keep a plethora of other information besides our calendar appointments and addresses.

So what other miscellaneous information do you keep in your organiser?

Tell us in the comments below.

6 comments:

  1. I’ll kick off - and be a bit contraversial! Apart from a fold-out year calendar page (just has key events such as holidays, sportives etc), I no longer manage any appointments or schedules in my organiser. That’s why I’ll never use the American “planner” term. I use my organiser for organising - which is what Filofax have always called them!

    I keep an information section with pre-printed personal information, encrypted passwords, business data, packing lists etc. I then have all my membership and loyalty cards in vinyl card holders, a section of cutdown local maps showing cycle routes and trails and finally a section of blank pages for notes. That all fits in a Holborn Slimline with currency, stamps, post-it notes and business cards in the pockets.

    Keeps me organised - but I still sometimes ponder switching to Pocket size!

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  2. Aside from my calendar and planning pages, I have categorized lists for various things, Knitting podcast notes section, a writing section for plot bunnies, my coupon section, and a general notes section. This is my everything book. I tried splitting things up with traveler's notebooks but it became tedious and confusing.

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  3. I don't travel through London often, but always keep a Transport for London freebie tube map for when I do. Jolly handy to have. Otherwise I keep the usual diary appointments, all kinds of lists, coded passwords and just a little notepaper.The other handy thing in my A5 are a couple of special blank cards for thank you notes. Stops the rings from marking the leather, prettifies my binder with cards I like, and hopefully others will too, and is handy to have for a quick thank you on the go if needed. I keep a small stash in a card box of more general cards, of aprox 6 birthday cards, sympathy cards, congratulations, and blank cards at work in my desk, always handy and also the same at home so I am not caught short for a card to send. Stamps are always to hand too in my purse. I hate being caught short for a card, so instant to do to done!! I pick a few up when I see them when I'm out and about, to top the small home and work stash up.
    xx

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  4. My binders need to do more than just “organize.” I’ve split into a 2 binder system, with both using the same size inserts. So now pages can move between the two with minimal fuss. The main planner holds the actual planning, and ‘calendaring’, A-Z tabs for notes, record keeping, trackers, and financial stuff. Occasionally, map pages creep in. I’ve unplugged from the smartphone and gone back to a simple phone to communicate. Then for those wickedly stressful days, prayers, poems, quotes, and pictures to unfrazzle me. The second binder is a Saffiano Compact, in bright gold, so there’s no way I could misplace it. This houses my DIYed removable wallet, a couple check register pages, and Capture pages. These are a couple hard-working “Life Management Containment Vessels.”

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  5. My favourife section is Grasscatcher list. I use it all the time and i feel a lot more peacful knowing that all the stuff from my head is nicely stored somwhere and is not going anywhere.

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  6. I keep lists of dog names I'd like to use for incoming rescues, I keep lists of all my clients alarm codes for houses and garages, coded, lists of different vds planners I'd like to design and gillios I'd like to try some day... I primarily use paypay for all online spending and primarily buy everything online so I have a register to track Incoming PayPal... and the normal, books I want to read, subjects that have caught my fancy during the day and I want to learn more about when I have time.... it really is a "brain dump" and I refer to my planner 2 or 3 dozen times a day for everything!😘

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