28 May 2019

Free For All Tuesday - No. 434

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. I have recently decided to give a6 a whirl and have purchased a second hand VDS from a very happy Euro Lottery win which covered my costs.Aiming for the biggie win next. My A5 is still here, but I am being driven nutty by the lack of firm A6 page lifters. Any ideas or sources out there Steve or other planner addicts?? Thank you.

  2. Butanben,

    I have never used one, but Foxy Fix sells an A6 page lifter for $4 USD (no idea what shipping would cost). I am assuming that A6 ring spacing is standardized. Here is the link:


    1. John thank you ever so much. So grateful. xxxx

    2. Thanks for the link, John C, but I still can't work out what a pAge lifter is used for. Can you lift me up from my ignorance?

  3. Gregor, a page lifter stops the pages from curling around the rings at the back when a planner is closed. You need two, one at the very front and one at the very back to keep your pages flat and un-curled around the rings, literally lifting the paper up and out of the way of the rings, so the paper inserts do not curl. They are made of pretty substantial firm plastic, so not that easily made at home, as in a DIY job for your planner, unless you are resourceful and a bit of a dab at making things. It would be possible with a hard plastic sheeting firm enough, and some stored in the garage type tools for measuring and cutting the lifters. I am afraid DIY turns into BIY for me though, do it yourself becomes bodge it yourself instead for me, so I am best buying commercially!!!!! xx