30 September 2017

Web Finds - 30 September 2017

So I hope you have had a good week

So now it is time to enjoy a few blog posts from around the internet, so grab a drink and make yourself for our weekly round-up.

Here are some Philofaxy posts you might have missed this week:
  1. Web Finds - 23 September 2017
  2. Filofax Bromley Travel Wallet - Adaption
  3. Project Planner Template for A4/A5 and A6 users
  4. Free For All Tuesday - No. 347
  5. Web Finds - 26 September 2017
  6. The London Stationery Crawl
  7. Planner Con Europe - Sponsors Feature - Van der Spek
  8. Free For All Friday No. 463 by Anita
So here are the latest Filofax and other brand blog posts from around the Internet. Don't forget to leave a comment on the posts you enjoyed reading, all bloggers enjoy getting comments.
  1. Filofax Classic Mashups - This Bug's Life
  2. Hanging Up – new blog series - vanilla folders
  3. Organized October: Personal Growth - FranklinPlannerTalk
  4. Speakers' Corner Saturday - 402 - Filomaniac
  5. Pink Cats Planner Pages - Mrs Brimbles
  6. How To Prioritize Your To-Do List To Get The Important Things Done - Wendaful
  7. Time management Monday: How to be flexible in your scheduling - Quo Vadis Blog
  8. Organized October: Relationships - FranklinPlannerTalk
  9. Requests for Posts? - A random English life
  10. Why Multi-Tasking Is a Myth - Day Designer
  11. A6 Compagnas are back in stock! - Blog | Gillio
  12. Organized October: Career - FranklinPlannerTalk
  13. New Home for MyPrettyPaperDesigns! - MyPrettyPaperDesigns
  14. Monthly planer pages - Mrs Brimbles
  15. Personal Planner Printer - spela fela
  16. October Free Planner Inserts & Tech Wallpapers Are Here! - Strange & Charmed
  17. More detailed look at Filofax Classic Mash Up binders (plus Rose Classic!) - This Bug's Life
  18. Filofax Heritage has arrived - The filofax
  19. Hi … I am back [GIVEAWAY] - teddypaper
  20. Daily Journaling Prompts for October 2017 - Quo Vadis Blog
  21. DIY Custom Page Protector - Tales From A Polk County Girl 
  22. Planner Friday - September - She's Eclectic
  23. 2018 inserts are now available! - Blog | Gillio
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2 comments:

  1. Hi everyone! Do you know if the Franklyn covey classic size inserts would fit into an A5 filofax?

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  2. Yes they'll fit. I'm not using Franklin Covey, but I'm using the same size in my A5 Malden. It looks like from the way the holes are spaced on the Franklin Covey, they should also fit the Rings. That size paper is just a little bit taller and a little bit narrower than an A5, but the paper doesn't get in the way of using the tabs to open the Rings. I'm very happy with the way it's working for me. It allows me to print my own inserts on standard letter size typing paper, and not have to spend a fortune on inserts. :)

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