28 February 2018

Monthly Planner Page for March 2018

I was kicking around a few ideas for some new inserts recently and came up with this new design for a single page which you can fill in to give yourself an overview of the month ahead.

You can also use it at a glance to spot what days you might be free on or to note down peoples holidays etc.

Naturally you can customise it anyway you want in the usual fashion.

So this is the front of the page.


And this is the reverse, which you could modify and add a lot more bits of information to it if you so desired. I decided to keep it simple though.


You can download the page in Word format or as a PDF file.

If you like this design idea let me know in the comments below and I will produce them for each month during the year.

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27 February 2018

Web Finds - 27 February 2018

So I hope you have had a good weekend.

So now it is time to enjoy a great collection of blog posts and videos from around the internet.

Here are a selection of the latest Filofax videos for your enjoyment.
  1. Planner Setup Using Functional Planning - MyIntentionalLife
  2. Gillio Unboxing! Personal Croco Fuchsia Compagna - Royal Planner
  3. Black Croco Gillio Unboxing - Queen Jessa
  4. Filofax Malden Kingfisher in Personal - Review & Unboxing - The Planner Project
  5. Quick unboxing | Filofax Finchley - Letters Lipsticks Lists
  6. 2018 Filofax Compact Calipso Planner Unboxing - love4creativity
  7. A5 Finsbury Filofax - A Bowl Full of Lemons
  8. Mulberry Postman's Lock Agenda - Seaweed Kisses
  9. My 2018 Planner Setup and A Bit of History/ Malden Filofax Setup 2018 - TheCraftyMom
  10. Planner Overiew | Filofax Finchley - Letters Lipsticks Lists
  11. My Monthly Review: Planning a new month - Brandy Michelle Plans
  12. Filofax Original Setups x4 [GER] - starflower_plans
  13. My Planner Collection: Filofax, Midori Traveler's Notebook, Chic Sparrow, Hobonichi - Unopened Letter - Journal & Planner
  14. Mulberry Postman's Lock Pocket Book - Seaweed Kisses
  15. My Filofax. Setup filofax original pillarboxred. Давайте просто полистаем?!?! - Lisenok Li
  16. Pocket Filofax Ochre Malden Fitness Planner flip through - TheDGyrl of An Urban Ma!
  17. 2018 PLANNER STACK - EastCoastPlanner
  18. FILOFAX Plan With Me: Antique Roses - AennePlans - Aenne Plans
  19. New Filofax A5 ring and the simple way to set it up a planner 2018 - Planner love Sp
  20. Filofax setup 2018 - using my planner at work - MissGemmaAnn
  21. Carpe Diem Planner Set Up 2018 - Geraldine Jayne
  22. IM BACKKK! Filofax domino soft fawn a5 planner review - Creative Ideas
  23. Ultimate Personal Planner Comparison | Recollections, Filofax, FoxyFix, Van der Spek & Gillio - Jessica Torina // RubyDoobies
  24. Filofax - Pocket Malden Set-Up | Traveler's Notebook Setup | TN Flip Through | 2018 Planner - Crafty Rat Designs
  25. Filofax Luxe Domino -Basic setup - Jazmin Corona
  26. Моя система хранения исписанных бланков из ежедневников на кольцах. Обзор Filofax Storage Binder - Миллион Блокнотов
  • For tips on how to improve your videos, please see this post.  Also this video too Webfinds 
  • Your Filofax/Organiser Videos could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
My Week Posts
  1. Double Plan With Me Weeks #8 & 9 - Karens Obsessions
  2. Planner itch & my week #8 - She's Eclectic
You might also be interested in Planner Spread Love on Facebook. 

Enjoy.




Free For All Tuesday - No. 369

So what questions or discussion points have you got for us today?

It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or a more experienced user of organisers, we want to hear your thoughts, questions, opinions etc.

Make today the one day you post a comment or a question.

It is Tuesday after all so fire away.

26 February 2018

A Date For Your Diary - 4 March 2018

We are going to run another conference round-table voice/video chat using Skype.

When? - Sunday 4 March at the following times:
  • London 10:00 am, 
  • Paris 11:00 am, 
  • Brisbane 8:00 pm time.
Additionally we will be on line later in the day at the following times:
  • Los Angeles 8:00 am, 
  • Denver 9:00 am
  • Dallas 10:00 am, 
  • New York 11:00am, 
  • London 4:00 pm 
  • Paris 5:00 pm etc.  
The timing of these two sessions have been chosen to hopefully allow as many people to join in compared to previous round-tables.

Do not worry if you aren't available at the start of one of our sessions each one lasts 2-3 hours so pop up when you are available and say hello.

Where? - an on-line chat using Skype. with voice and video (if you wish)

What do I need? - just a micro-phone and some head phones(in ear phones work fine) and a free Skype account. Using headphones or earphone reduces 'echo' on the call. Video is optional, but a few of us will be on video as well.

Who - All of you... connect up with Philofaxy and we will attempt to get as many of us linked in to the audio conference as possible. Come and listen if you don't want to chat.  What do we talk about? Filofax stuff... but anything else as well. It's like long lost friends meeting up for coffee and a catch up.. but don't worry if you have never joined in before... you are an old friend too!

If you have any questions you want to ask then please let us know in the group or before we start.

How -
  1. Connect to Philofaxy by firstly searching for Philofaxy in Skype, I will then add you as a contact.
  2. Then  'Send Contact Request',  I will then add you in to the chat room. 
  3. Then if you request it, I can add you to the audio conference as well. But if you just want to chat via keyboard that's fine. That way it's slightly less hectic for me!  
Come and join in the fun, even if you only pop in to say hello... but don't be afraid to join in the discussion.

As with previous round-tables there will also be a parallel text chat room going at the same time as the voice conference, so you can listen to the voice chat and type if you wish, just mute your microphone in Skype

If you need any assistance setting up Skype, please pop a comment in this post and I will try and help you get one line. Skype is free for computer to computer calls....

Here is my post on how to improve your Skype audio with headphones or a headset.

Hope to be chatting with you on Sunday 4 March 2018.

25 February 2018

Diary Inserts on Philofaxy...

You might be surprised to hear that people are not aware of the Philofaxy diary inserts produced in conjunction with Ray Blake and his blog My Life All in One Place!

Yes one of the most frequent questions I see on Facebook often is similar to this:
I've just bought an XYZ where can I get inserts for it.... 
And they are in the Philofaxy group on Facebook!

I often post cryptic replies recommending Philofaxy as being an excellent resource with a 😀 but they often don't make the connection between me and the site!

You will find them here free to download and print yourself:



You will find our full range of 2018 diary inserts here and in addition you will find the 2019 diary inserts here.

I will be starting on the creation of the 2020 inserts sometime in the near future.....


24 February 2018

Web Finds - 24 February 2018

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 comfortable for our weekly round-up.

Here are some Philofaxy posts you might have missed this week:
  1. Web Finds - 17 February 2018
  2. Future Podcast Topics - Update
  3. Philofaxy Meet Ups
  4. Free For All Tuesday - No. 368
  5. Web Finds - 20 February 2018
  6. How Often Do You Visit Philofaxy
  7. Planner Peace
  8. Free For All Friday No 484 by Laurie
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. Using a ring organiser to plan your garden – Part 2 - This Bug's Life
  2. Speakers‘ Corner Saturday - 423 - Filomaniac
  3. Planner Quote: February 19, 2018 - FranklinPlannerTalk
  4. Using a ring organiser to plan your garden – Part 3 - This Bug's Life
  5. Plans and Goals - I Love It All
  6. Paper-only planning? - Quo Vadis Blog
  7. Using a ring organiser to plan your garden – Part 4 - This Bug's Life
  8. 57 Time-Management Hacks for College Students - College@Home
  9. The Top 3 Time Robbers and How to Overcome Them - FranklinPlannerTalk
  10. Using a ring organiser to plan your garden – Part 5 - This Bug's Life
  11. A Tour of My Personal Filofax - Living in Saturn
  12. Are You Capturing Your Good Ideas? - Getting Things Done
  13. Using a ring planner to further your career – Part 1 - This Bug's Life
  14. Planner Friday - February - She's Eclectic
  15. Using a ring planner to further your career – Part 2 - This Bug's Life
  16. Time management Monday: The importance of seeing white space in your days - Quo Vadis Blog
  17. Using a ring planner to further your career – Part 3 - This Bug's Life
  • We monitor over 400 blogs and sites, your Filofax/Organiser blog posts could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
  • We can not guarantee people will read your posts, but we know there is a higher chance of people reading your posts and returning to read other posts if you make them interesting with pictures and good hints and tips. Do not forget to give your posts a title... 
  • Your Filofax/Organiser posts could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
  • For some general tips on Filofax Blogging, please see this post
And have you tried reading one of my Flipboard magazines yet? It works great on a tablet or smart phone, but you can view them on a desktop machine as well. Be sure to Follow the ones you like and you will get notifications when I update them.

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Enjoy




23 February 2018

Free For All Friday No 484 by Laurie

Steve's recent post on using Outlook together with your paper planner got me wondering if anyone uses only a paper planner for planning anymore?

I don't use an electronic calendar of any kind: all my planning is on paper. But I know I'm in the minority these days.

Many people have to use an electronic calendar system at work, and some also need one to coordinate family schedules.

Other people like to decorate their planners and keep their appointments electronically, then add them to their planner the week of along with their stickers etc.

Am I the only one who uses only paper for planning?

And as always on Fridays, feel free to discuss and/ or ask anything ring binder related!

22 February 2018

Planner Peace

'Planner Peace' or 'Organiser Peace' in our case is often banded around on-line and I've been asked the question numerous times.
"Have you achieved Planner Peace?"
If you say yes, then of course there are lots of follow up questions! Like how did you achieve 'Planner Peace'?

For me it was partly about finding a diary insert that worked for my own needs. The one you see below is the one I've been using since 2012. I used it for a few months in 2011 as well.


That isn't the full story though, you need to consider how you use the diary insert in conjunction with the organiser that holds the pages and where and when you are using it.




The organiser I use most is my Custom A5 Van der Spek, it is certainly not the most expensive one that I own. It only has 25mm rings and it is quite soft and supple, which means it slots in to my bag perfectly. I do occasionally swap in to other A5's, but this is the one I come back to.

The internal layout has pockets for other bits of paper and documents that I like to keep together. And having two pen loops means I have a pen and pencil always at the ready.

My other 'secret' was to have split my pages in to those I need to access on a daily basis, such as my planner pages and a few notes pages. And the infrequent sections which live in another A5 which stays close to hand on my desk, but I don't carry all these extra pages around with me.

So have I really achieved 'Planner Peace' ? I guess I have, if it is working for me and the fact I'm still using the same inserts etc.

Can my set up be improved? I guess so, but changes will evolve rather than big changes.

How about you?

21 February 2018

How Often Do You Visit Philofaxy

I've created a poll in the side bar, which you will need to use a desktop/laptop to see, to see how often people visit Philofaxy.

I'm not too concerned if people aren't visiting every day, which would be nice of course. But the outcome of the poll will help me plan posts in terms of how often we might need to repeat important information, so people don't miss things.

Details of each days posts on Philofaxy as you might know go out automatically or manually to a variety of places:
  • RSS feed.
  • By Email to subscribers (see the box in the side bar to subscribe).
  • Twitter (@philofaxy and @philofaxynews ).
  • Flipboard (Filofax Focus see the side bar also).
  • Facebook groups, this varies depending on the topic.
However, I realise that there is a lot of pressure on peoples time every day of the week these days. 

Thank you for taking part in the poll it will close early in March. 

20 February 2018

Web Finds - 20 February 2018

So I hope you have had a good weekend.

So now it is time to enjoy a great collection of blog posts and videos from around the internet.

Here are a selection of the latest Filofax videos for your enjoyment.
  1. DIY FoxyFix pocket rings setup Feb 2018 - MadeWithLoveCrafter
  2. Filofax Croc as Travel Document Organizer - Noted Journal PH
  3. Update of my 2018 Planner System - Gillio Medium (Personal) Compagna & Kate Spade Pocket - Sierra Poulson
  4. Plan With Me Weekly Spread | Functional Planning | Happy Planner - Jacqueline Wheeler
  5. Functional vs. Decorative Planning: Why Can't It Be Both? - Cindy Guentert-Baldo
  6. PLAN WITH ME | Personal / Medium Size kikki.K Planner | Feb 19-25 | TEA AND COFFEE - ms.paperlover
  7. Gillio Firenze Limited Edition Bellezza Personal Compagna - One Fantastic Find!
  8. How to cut the mini Cocoa Daisy TN insert for your ring planner - MadeWithLoveCrafter
  9. (Review) Franklin Covey Planner Love Binder, Blush Florals Planner and Accessories / Classic Style - JLJBackToClassic.com
  10. FILOFAX SOFT | POCKET | DUCK EGG | UNBOXING | FEBRUARY 2018 - Emily Leonard
  11. NEW // Filofax Marble Personal Set-Up - Letters Lipsticks Lists
  12. How I use 3 planners - Susan Williams-Goebber
  13. Update with Details: Filofax Domino Soft 2018 Personal Planner Setup - Kristen’s Planner
  • For tips on how to improve your videos, please see this post.  Also this video too Webfinds 
  • Your Filofax/Organiser Videos could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
Enjoy.




Free For All Tuesday - No. 368

So what questions or discussion points have you got for us today?

It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or a more experienced user of organisers, we want to hear your thoughts, questions, opinions etc.

Make today the one day you post a comment or a question.

It is Tuesday after all so fire away.

19 February 2018

Philofaxy Meet Ups

Back at the beginning of the year we announced two meet ups coming up in March. You will find the full details about each one here:
As usual we have had a reasonably good response to the announcements. This post is just a gentle reminder to those who might have missed the original posts or have forgotten to contact me to ask for their name to be added to the list of attendees. 

Numbers are less critical at the London venue, but we do need a precise number for the Bath meet up by the end of February so a table can be booked etc. 

I will be sending out an email to all of those people that have responded in the next day or two with some additional details etc. 

So please get in touch a.s.a.p. if you would like to attend either of the meet ups, I will have some goodies to bring along and give away....

I look forward to seeing you there. 

18 February 2018

Future Podcast Topics - Update

We have been steadily producing podcasts this last couple of years.

We are taking a slight pause in our busy schedules at the moment to come up with some new topics.

With more than sixty episodes to listen to there are plenty of topics that I hope you will enjoy.

As always we are interested to hear what you would like to hear us discuss.  Even if you would like us to revisit a topic and may be cover it from a slightly different angle we would be more than happy to do that. 

None of our recordings are scripted as such, we have a rough idea of some of the things we want to include but generally they are done straight 'off the cuff', it is a very relaxed style and I hope you enjoy listening to each episode. 

If you haven't discovered the Podcast yet, you can listen on line to each one using a variety of methods: 
I am in the process of setting up a new podcast feed so that iTunes holds more podcasts in the feed than it currently does. This will take a few weeks to set up but hopefully it will give a better service once set up.

So what topics would you like us to discuss in the coming weeks? Please leave a comment down below or email steve at philofaxy dot com. 

17 February 2018

Web Finds - 17 February 2018

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 comfortable for our weekly round-up.

Here are some Philofaxy posts you might have missed this week:
  1. Web Finds - 10 February 2018
  2. Experienced User - Kendra
  3. The Hitchhikers Guide to the Plannerverse - Episode 69
  4. Free For All Tuesday - No. 367
  5. Web Finds - 13 February 2018
  6. Can you identify this Filofax personal organiser?
  7. Using Outlook in conjunction with your organiser
  8. Free For All Friday No. 483 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. 2 Winners of the VDS Dream Planner Contest! - Blog Vdsshop
  2. Using a ring binder for budgeting – Part 5 - This Bug's Life
  3. A special surprise for all the contestants of the VDS Dream Planner Contest - Blog Vdsshop
  4. Changing a Lose/Win Mentality to a Win/Win Mentality - FranklinPlannerTalk
  5. Using a ring planner to track your reading – Part 1 - This Bug's Life
  6. How to use Franklin Covey planner inserts - Olga plans!
  7. February 2018 Issue 9 Letter From the Editor - Paper Planning Magazine
  8. Using a ring planner to track your reading – Part 2 - This Bug's Life
  9. Take Care of the Big Things and the Little Things Will Fit Into Place - Time Management Ninja
  10. Time management Monday: The planner drought is coming - Quo Vadis Blog
  11. How to Have Nothing To Do - Karine Tovmassian - Paper Planning Magazine
  12. Filofax spotted in the wild: Soft Domino in Duck Egg Mint, personal size - This Bug's Life
  13. February 2018 Planner Setup - Kimberly Hysler Blog
  14. 6 Planning Hacks That Make Sure Things Get Accomplished - Day Designer
  15. Using a ring planner to track your reading – Part 3 - This Bug's Life
  16. Speakers‘ Corner Saturday - 422 - Filomaniac
  17. Happy Chinese Newyear! -8% discount sitewide  -Blog | Gillio
  18. Take Back Control Of Your Mindset With These Four Tips - Day Designer
  19. Using a ring planner to track your reading – Part 4 - This Bug's Life
  20. GTD and Information Overload - Getting Things Done
  21. Time Management Ninja Podcast #11 – Ten Reasons Why Confidence Leads to Success - Time Management Ninja 
  22. Using a ring planner to track your reading – Part 5 - This Bug's Life
  23. Oops, did it again! Tan/honey/camel colored, vintage Franklin... - Olga plans!
  24. EPISODE #38 – The Power of Outcome Thinking - Getting Things Done
  25. Using a ring organiser to plan your garden – Part 1 - This Bug's Life
  • We monitor over 400 blogs and sites, your Filofax/Organiser blog posts could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
  • We can not guarantee people will read your posts, but we know there is a higher chance of people reading your posts and returning to read other posts if you make them interesting with pictures and good hints and tips. Do not forget to give your posts a title... 
  • Your Filofax/Organiser posts could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
  • For some general tips on Filofax Blogging, please see this post
And have you tried reading one of my Flipboard magazines yet? It works great on a tablet or smart phone, but you can view them on a desktop machine as well. Be sure to Follow the ones you like and you will get notifications when I update them.

View my Flipboard Magazine. View my Flipboard Magazine. View my Flipboard Magazine. View my Flipboard Magazine.

View my Flipboard Magazine. View my Flipboard Magazine. View my Flipboard Magazine. View my Flipboard Magazine.

Enjoy




16 February 2018

Free For All Friday No. 483 by Anita

I admit that I'm not a great fan of winter and was diagnosed with Seasonal Affective Disorder some years ago. Thankfully I'm able to keep most of the symptoms at bay through using a light lamp, getting outside and exercise etc. However, one main symptom that can affect my planning is lack of energy. Due to this, I've learnt that winter isn't a suitable time of year for me to start big projects or take on too much. Some times it's frustrating as I want to get on with things, but I know that it can be too easy for me to feel overwhelmed when I'm tired. Therefore, each autumn I look at my projects list and consider any tweaks that I need to make, e.g. postponing until the spring, or breaking something down further to make it easier to manage.

Do you do something similar in the winter, or for other health reasons?

Of course, since it's Friday, all ring-bound planner conversation is welcome!
Have a great weekend.

15 February 2018

Using Outlook in conjunction with your organiser

Microsoft Outlook has been around since the late 1990's, I think the earliest version I ever used was Outlook 97 which came with Office 97.

Outlook is intended to do the following:
  • Email
  • Calendars
  • Tasks
  • Contacts
  • Notes
How well it does all of these functions is a matter of opinion! I'm sure we have all had to deal with Outlook in our work life at some point. The last time I seriously used it was nearly 8 years ago and then it was the Windows version! I have the latest version on my Mac, but I've honestly not tried to use it.


In the past I've used it to create simple diary inserts! This was before Ray and I got together to do our magic. 

Looking at the list above it does seem to copy a lot of the functions you might be using your organiser for? I'm not going to try and convert you all in to abandoning your paper organisers.... hell no!!

However, I'm sure some people are almost forced in to using Outlook or a similar set up at work, but you still want to use your paper organiser/planner. Can you blend the two together? 

I watched this recent video by Joshua LaPorte, I know a lot of you follow his videos and they are excellent at exploring how we use our organisers.

If you haven't watched his latest video, please take time to do so. 


After watching this and thinking about how Josh is now blending Outlook with his Van der Spek organiser, it created this image in my head of Outlook being a fast moving Motorway / Freeway / Autoroute / Autobahn (use the appropriate phrase for your country!). With his organiser being the service stations along the route where he stops to collect his thoughts together at regular intervals.

The advantage of this way of using the two systems of course means his colleagues are kept in contact with his schedule and his other tasks and notes can come in and out electronically.

However, Josh sets aside times in his busy schedule to gather together his thoughts, tasks, appointments and brings them together in his paper organiser to keep himself focused. Some of us refer to these times as 'Planner planning', it is something we have mentioned on the podcast several times.

Planner Planning is something I do either late on a Sunday evening after I have finished my regular scheduled conference call on a Sunday evening or after I've had my breakfast on a Monday morning.

It is then I gather together any outstanding tasks and transfer them forward in to the current week. I also scan through the paper diary and the electronic calendar to make sure they are roughly in sync with each other.

It is normally new events on the electronic calendar that I need to make a note of on my paper diary insert and trip planner.

Then during the week I add things to my pages as they crop up or as I think of things that need doing.

I don't find this way of working too stressful or inconvenient, I feel in control and I'm less likely to overlook something or miss an appointment that way.

What about you?

14 February 2018

Can you identify this Filofax personal organiser?

I received an email from Gordon, who recently discovered Philofaxy.

He shared some photographs of his Filofax organiser that he recalls buying in 1987, but it doesn't have a name shown on it. He was asking if we could identify the model name at all.

I had a quick look at the 1987 catalogue and I think it's the vinyl version of the Filofax Buckingham bottom right in the scan below.


Here is Gordon's organiser.






Things to note about the design which might help with identifying the exact model:
  • It has metal corners which Gordon suggests have protected the cover during it's 30+ years!
  • The closure is a magnetic button not the usual popper. 
  • The ring mechanism is painted or powder coated. 
So do you recognise this Filofax model at all, please drop your thoughts in to the comments below.

The Wellington, seems to be the best fit from the description in the 1987 catalogue:


Thank you to Gordon for sharing the photos with us. 

13 February 2018

Web Finds - 13 February 2018

So I hope you have had a good weekend.

So now it is time to enjoy a great collection of blog posts and videos from around the internet.

Here are a selection of the latest Filofax videos for your enjoyment.
  1. Planner update - filofax, van der spek custom - Joshua LaPorte
  2. Planner Flip Through: January 2018 - Brandy Michelle Plans
  3. UKPA The Big Meet 2018 - The Scrapbook Girl
  4. Franklin Covey Planner Setup - Venus Danielle
  5. Review | Van der Spek Touch Me - Jessica Torina // RubyDoobies
  6. Filofax Setup | Domin Soft DugEgg - x SweetPlannerLove x
  7. Planner Set Up | Feb 2018 | A5 Filofax | Kathy Tamburri - Kathy Tamburri
  8. BULLET JOURNAL x Filofax c'est plus facile - CHERRY NAIL ART - mode & beauté
  9. Filofax Domino Luxe & Croc: Personal & Pocket Распаковка - NewOrg2Day
  10. My 2018 Planner Set up / Filofax Malden in Ochre, FINCHLEY POCKET Caramel - Tiffy Butter
  11. La mia agenda filofax - Martina Centrulo
  12. DayTimer Malibu vs Filofax Malden (detailed comparison) - eyes2jesus
  13. Filofax Pocket Setup (Denim Dots) DEUTSCH - Jasmin Mayr
  • For tips on how to improve your videos, please see this post.  Also this video too Webfinds 
  • Your Filofax/Organiser Videos could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
My Week Posts
  1. Plan with me - Love month! - Mrs Brimbles
  2. Artline Monday - Valentines Day memory keeping - She's Eclectic
Enjoy.