30 April 2019

Free For All Tuesday - No. 430

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.

We are here to answer your questions.

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

It is Tuesday after all so fire away.


  1. Thinking ahead now. I am wanting to try a squarer format planner next year. Love my A5s but want to experiment with a handbag carry. Pocket is too small. Would A6 or widened personal be a squarer format? I am so confused, just know I do not like long and tall so much.Which one offers most printer inserts variety? Happy to print my own. All opinions gratefully received here with thanks!!!! xx

  2. I loved my a6 vds touch me and regret selling it. For me it bridged the size gap between a5 and pocket but I am lazy and couldn't find time to create inserts and a6 are more difficult/expensive to find. I got on a lot better with a6 than I ever have with personal size. Saying that, I now use a vds pocket touch me successfully as edc, I doubt I'll move out of it for planning one page a day. But I do supplement with A5 William Hannah notebook for notemaking and meetings etc

  3. Yes, you said it perfectly. A bridge between A5 and pocket. A carry around planner, one planner, one life is what I need functionally. My pocket red Malden is too small, but a perfect address book I find. Love my A5s to utter pieces, but a huge lug to carry!!! xxxxx

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