13 December 2019

Free For All Friday No 579 by Laurie

I love printable planner pages so much, especially when they are free (like the Philofaxy printable diary pages)! I've been experimenting with planners for more than a decade, and I hate that wait between ordering a planner and receiving it days or, depending on where I was living and where the planner was shipped from, weeks later. Even worse was when I received it after a long and excited wait to discover much to my disappointment that the planner would not work for me, for whatever reason.

Printable planner pages are a great way for me to experiment with different layouts without the wait and expense of ordering planners.

I've been using the Philofaxy month per page horizontal format printables for a couple of years now for blog post planning. I print them single-sided so I can use the facing page (which is the back of the previous month's page) to write post ideas and goals for the month, then use the dated daily lines to write the blog post title. I also note recurring topics or themes on the specific days so I don't forget. This has been a great way for me to keep track and plan ahead for blog posts.

Today I downloaded next year's pages from Philofaxy, printed them out, punched the holes and popped them into my Filofax, all in just a few minutes. So convenient!

Thank you to Steve and Ray for continuing to make these free printable planner inserts available to us year after year!

And as always on Fridays, feel free to discuss anything ring binder organizer related!

12 December 2019

The Golden Rules of How to Use the Philofaxy Diary Inserts

There are some simple basic rules to using the Philofaxy diary inserts. Follow the rules and you should be able to produce your own inserts successfully.

If in doubt or if you are still having issues then contact Steve by email steve at philofaxy dot com.

1. Make sure you have downloaded the correct files. We offer 'pre-merged' versions in Word and PDF versions.

The Word ones tend to be less trouble to print than the PDF files. The 'Pre-Merged' versions are the ones that are ready to print, fresh out of the box, you can modify them, but you will have a lot of work to do!.

Also read the notes on printing below, which apply to pre-merged and modified files.

2. If you want to modify one of our inserts, may be to add some colour, or to change the fonts (within reason) then you need to download the source files, this is a Word File and an Excel file. The Word file will only be 1, 2, or 4 pages in length. (hint!) The Excel file contains all the date information.

There aren't different Excel files for different years, you just change the date in Cell A2 and save the file and then you will have a file to create a new 12 months worth of inserts.

So you can do any 12 month span from this file. We are traditional in doing Jan-December, but if you wanted to do an Academic Year then just set the start date in the Excel file (Cell A2) to your term start date.

3. After doing your mail merge on a modified source file there are a couple of things you need to do on the new file it creates.
  1. Firstly you need to remove the section breaks from the whole file. To do this the easy/quick way. Do a Find and Replace, in Edit, select Find, Replace. Set Find to ^B (Section Break) and leave the replace blank. It should report finding the number of section breaks depending on the type of insert. 52 in the case of a Week per View insert. 
  2. In the case of a 'Per View' e.g. Week per View (Week on two pages) Month per view, type insert, you need to insert a blank page at the start of the file. So put your cursor at the start of the file and 'Insert' 'Page Break'  
You need to remove the section breaks so that the page margins are correct as they are 'mirrored' margins so the pages will appear to go 'left, right, left' as you scroll down through the file. This is to allow for the binding/ring margin. 

The extra blank page is required to make sure that the pages when printed are 'in sync', without that page the first page of your  Week per View would be on one side of the paper, and the second page on the reverse side of the same sheet, not very easy to use. 

4. If your modifications didn't work out, just go back to your source file make some modifications and try again. Limit printing to say the first 4 or 8 pages, so you don't waste paper. 

5. When printing your files always print in 'Normal' order ie page 1 first, not in Reverse or Collated order. The actual terminology will vary depending on the make/model of your printer and the way in which the sheets are printed, so it is not possible to give any concrete information on what to look for. 

Do a test print and note which page gets printed first, if it is page 1, then page 2 etc you are in business. Printing in the reverse order will often end up with your pages out of sync (not facing each other correctly) 

6. You must not use our files in their downloaded state or modified state for commercial reasons, so please do not sell them. Share them for free of course, but please do not try to profit from our hard work. 

Those are the main rules, but there are several other things that pop up frequently that I will address here. In no particular order. 

Q1. Why don't the files include Week Numbers? 
A1. There are three standards for Week Numbering used in the World. USA uses one standard that isn't the ISO standard for Week Numbering that the majority of the world uses. Given that Microsoft is in the USA, therefore you have to 'break' Excel with macros to get it to produce Week Numbers to the ISO standard!! 

Also we wanted to make our files available to as wide an audience as possible without there being any issues of differences in location. 

Q2. Why do you use Monday to start the week and not Sunday? 
A2. Again this varies depending on your location. The ISO standard for Weeks sets Monday as the start of the week, and the USA, Canada and Japan don't follow the ISO standard. 

That said you are welcome to modify our files to do Sunday start if you really can't live with Monday start. Some examples have been shared previously. See here and for monthly here.

Q3. 'I can't get A4 paper where I live, where can I get it from?'
A3. Take a look on Amazon USA it is available outside of Europe and the rest of the world that uses ISO page sizes. 

Q4. 'All of your files are A4 not A5?'
A4. Yes that is correct they have to be if you are going to use the booklet printing facility on some printers. 

If you are going to print straight on to A5 paper, then scale to fit A5 or by a percentage of 71%

Q5. 'My pages aren't printing correctly, can you please check the file'
A5. Make sure you are printing the file from page 1 not the last page. It is possible we have forgotten to add a blank page to the front of the file, we are human after all! 

Q6. 'The margins are coming out all wrong when I print your files'
A6.  Make sure you are printing on the correct size of paper for the file A4, A5 or Letter size paper. A4 is not the same as Letter Size paper. 

If you have created your own file from our source files, make sure you have removed the section breaks as mentioned in Golden Rule 3 above. 

Q7. "Will you do me an insert with x days and y days missing, etc etc?"
A7. We get a few odd requests. Weeks without weekends (Work Week), Weeks that start on a Thursday and bigger space for certain days and not others. You name it, we have been asked it over the last few years. 

If I'm not busy then I will often create a set of files for you from one of our existing files if it isn't too much of a time suck. But I will often point people in the direction of trying to do the edit themselves so they have full control over the final product. As long as they realise they can't sell it. (see 6 above). 

Of course if you get stuck I am happy to help. 

Q8. 'Can you help me with x on y insert?'
A8. Yes of course I've even done things remote on peoples PC's whilst talking to them on Skype, because obviously I can't see what has come out of the printer! But again subject to time allowing we can try to solve any issue. 

I hope this post helps you use our inserts. Learning how to use our files and making your own version and getting them printed can be a steep learning curve, but one worth doing if you want to have an insert that is perfect for you that isn't going to go out of stock, or be discontinued.

11 December 2019

Video Web Finds - Wednesday 11 December 2019

So I hope you have had a good weekend.

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

Here are a selection of the latest Filofax videos for your enjoyment.
  1. Dec. Pocket ring setup 2019 - MadeWithLoveCrafter
  2. 5 Tips To Successfully Using Multiple Planners - Vienna Ortiz
  3. Weekly Plan With Me | PPCo Grid Lover's - Ganchi_mH
  4. Gillio - Pocket Mia Cara as an EDC - Stationery Love
  5. Ways To Make Your Planner Functional - The Organized Money
  6. Functional Planning|| What Worked What Didn't || Filofax Pocket|| Standard Tn|| 2019 Ending - Life With MJB
  7. Moterm planner | AliExpress - LoveForPaper85
  8. Moterm Pocket Ring Planner - craftybeautydiva1
  9. 2020 EDC Planner Set Up | Foxy Fix Pocket Rings - Scarlettjoplansson
  10. Budget | Sinking Funds Set Up | A5 Ring Planner - Mrs. Hernandez Mariswayoflife
  11. My Christmas Planner & Binder - CandiKCan
  12. My set up for 2020 in my Gillio Medium Compagna in ‘Fozzie. - Red Bean Bee
  13. Frozen 2 | KW 48 im Filofax - dekoRIAt
  14. How I De-Ringed My Filofax Malden - Just Scribble
  15. { UNBOXING} My First Filofax 2020 - The Mejia's Life
  16. Filofax Wochendeko KW 48 - starflower_plans
  17. 【システム手帳】filofaxマルデンにパステルカラーが出たらしい【開封】 - syamcco planner
  18. Planner Lineup 2020 | Personal Planner Setup - Aim to Plan with Aimee
  19. Plan With Me - A5 Filofax & GP Studio - desleyjane plans
  20. Klassische Weihnachtsstimmung | KW 49 im Filofax - dekoRIAt
  21. Mein erster Filofax & kleiner mini Haul | ALINA - ALINA
  22. Christmas Planner Setup | Holiday Planner Setup | A5 Filofax | Vlogmas Day 9  Plan Hers - Plan Hers
  23. Оформляю разворот на декабрь в Filofax patterns A5 marble. - Karina Gley
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10 December 2019

Free For All Tuesday - No 462

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 with any questions and comments.

09 December 2019

Guest post: 1786 reindeer skin vintage de Villiers - by Harry from Bucklehurst Leather

Thank you, Harry, for this guest post about his de Villiers vintage 1786 reindeer skin super rare binder. Thanks to Monika for sharing the Instagram post in the Facebook group as well. 

We also have some other posts about the de Villiers brand:

I have recently acquired a rather interesting organiser and Anita suggested I might like to share some details. I am not a collector, but a leather worker, however when I saw this one for sale I could not resist it, even though it was expensive!

What drew me to it was the Russian hatch grain leather covering, as this came from the wreck of a ship called the Metta Catharina, that sunk in a fierce storm off Plymouth Sound (UK) in 1786.The actual recipe for tanning Russian hatch grain leather seems to have been lost with the Russian Revolution, however the discovery of this ship off Plymouth Sound in 1973 rekindled interest in this leather, as the ships hold had rolls of the leather, and much of it was still perfectly usable, despite having been under the sea for over 200 years.

Russian hatch was treated using birch oil which is a great preservative, and that combined with the leather being in tight rolls helped to keep it from rotting away. The Duchy of Cornwall gave permission for the leather to be raised from the wreck and sold, and over the years it has been used for a wide variety of special projects. It is now extremely rare, and London shoemaker George Cleverly still has a small supply as they offer wallets, watch straps and key rings made from the last of this leather.

As well as the organiser, I have about 20 postage stamp pieces of this original leather, and it's fascinating looking at the hand rollered hatching on the different samples, that are all similar but different, as the leather is believed to have been made by various village communities across Russia.

My binder is stamped inside "de Villiers" and "Made in England", and I understand de Villiers used to have a small shop in Villiers Street alongside Charing Cross station in London. I have been told this model was a top item when sold with a retail price of $895. I have not been able to corroborate this, and I hope that some of the members here may be able to add more detail.

This organiser measures approximately 235mm x 200mm when closed. It has six black Krause 3 cm rings, 10 card pockets and two full length pockets and a flap on the inner left hand, and a flap and an expanding pocket with pen holder on the right hand side. The rings are compatible with Filofax A5 ring configuration and inserts, and I am using it for my leather belt making records.

I have a watch strap that I've made from this leather and I posted a film on YouTube, my channel name is Harry Rogers. I do also sell lovely vegetable tanned leather belts and my website is Bucklehurst Leather. There have been attempts to recreate this lovely leather, and after considerable research and experimentation the F J and J Baker Tannery in Devon have managed to make a very good version, that I use to make compact wallets.

I do hope that sharing some of these details is of interest to some of you, and I would naturally be delighted if anyone can add any information about this binder and de Villiers.

07 December 2019

Web Finds - Saturday 7 December 2019

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 - Saturday 30 November 2019
  2. Silent Sunday
  3. Highlights for November 2019
  4. Free For All Tuesday - No. 461
  5. Video Web Finds - Wednesday 4 December 2019
  6. The Hitchhikers Guide to the Plannerverse - Episode 95
  7. Free For All Friday - No. 578 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. Happy Craftmas with Clipbook - The Official Filofax Blog
  2. William Hannah Pocket Notebook Cover - Travellers Notebook Times
  3. LimeTreeFruits Planner is BACK! Special Edition - Lime Tree Fruits
  4. Personal Domino pen loop fix - The KohKohNut
  5. Anna Wintour and her ring organiser - This Bug's Life
  6. PlannerCon Europe 2019 - a stationery-filled weekend in Brussels!! - www.plannerholics.com
  7. The Franklin Five: December 2019 - FranklinPlanner Talk
  8. Xmas Discounts 2019 - Blog | Gillio
  9. Planner Advents 2019 - Sam Alderson
  10. Memory planner facile: Memory bloom - Lucy-Wonderland
  11. Time management Monday: How to finish your year strong - Quo Vadis Blog
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06 December 2019

Free For All Friday - No. 578 by Anita

Whilst checking Steve's blog calendar recently, I realised that this is my final FFAF for 2019! Therefore, I thought it would be an ideal opportunity to do a little review of my year so far.

After resigning as a contributor to Philofaxy back in April 2018, I decided to come back in June 2019. It wasn't a planned decision, but I realised that I missed the writing and being a part of the site. Whilst I haven't written as much as I would've liked, it's lovely to be back and I promise that there will be more regular posts from me in future.

Here's what I've been up to in 2019:
- Black personal Ascot
- Custom Van der Spek.

- Red Winchester
- Black Ascot
- Tan Kensington
- Red Mulberry M2
- Time Manager planner wallet
- Red mini Kensington.
(I am grateful that the sales outnumber the purchases)

- Winchester
- Kensington
- Ascot
- Van der Spek.

Plans for 2020 (instead of New Year resolutions)
- Use what I have as:
1) I'm relieved to be back to just the one binder again
2) My Van der Spek is awesome
3) I already own enough inserts, dividers etc.
- Move back to my GTD based set up. I have used my simplified set up for the whole of 2018, but projects feel a bit lost, so I'm going back to the GTD one as it just works for me. I will continue to use my A-Z in my reference/miscellaneous section
- Write more posts for here.

I've found it quite interesting writing this as I didn't realise just how many that I'd sold and I'm not ending the year using the binder that I would've expected (either the Ascot or Kensington). It's been another busy year with family commitments and my binders have definitely helped me stay sane!

Do you do a similar inventory of what binders or set ups that you've used in the year like this?

And as always on Fridays, please feel free to discuss anything ringbound planner related.
Have a great weekend.

05 December 2019

The Hitchhikers Guide to the Plannerverse - Episode 95

How to take your planning to the next level. 

How to achieve deeper planning, to de-construct what we have planned to ensure we have different levels of detail to ensure that we have aligned with our goals.

Thank you to our new Patreon supporters in helping bringing you this episode.

If you have ideas for future episodes, please send them to steve at philofaxy dot com

Show Notes (timings approximate)
00:00 - Introductions.
02:30 - Getting things done.
03:00 - End of year process.
06:00 - Sorting and archiving the previous year.
07:30 - Names and addresses
09:00 - Missed goals, what needs to change to achieve goals
14:00 - Podcast Workflow with different levels of detail.
17:00 - The risk of over planning.
20:00 - Changing levels of planning as you progress through a task.
21:00 - Using different inserts for different levels of planning.
24:00 - Avoid duplication.
25:00 - Shifting gears to achieve your goals.
27:00 - Avoiding the same mistakes as the previous year.

Please support the podcast via Patreon by doing so you will be helping us with the making of these advert free podcasts. By being a Patreon supporter you will gain early access to each podcast episode and be able to download the show notes.

You can listen to this and past episodes on Mixcloud using their app or your normal web browser.

A direct download is also available here: Episode95.mp3

Presenters - Karine Tovmassian and Steve Morton
Editing and production - Steve Morton

Our Websites:
Karine: PlannerologyThroatPunchResumes.comKarine Tovmassian (IG)
Steve: Philofaxy, Travellers Notebook Times,  IG: Mr Philofaxy Steve Morton

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Previous Episodes:


94 - Mission and Vision Statements
93 - How to plan your year in advance
92 - Workflows
91 - How to plan in a week that is already a busy one.
90 - Avoiding mistakes in planning
89 - Refocus
88 - When Your Plans or Goals Don't Work Out
87 - Decluttering Your Life - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
86 - Accessories for your Planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
85 - Journaling -  A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
84 - Workflows - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf


83 - Routines - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
82 - Productivity 201 - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
81 - Planner Sizes - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
80 - Do you have too many planners? - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
79 - Improving Your Planning Productivity - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
78 - Ten reasons why you have stopped planning - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
77 - Letting Your Planner Take The Strain - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
76 - The Franken Flex - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
75 - Decluttering - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
74 - Engagement - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
73 - Reflection and Review - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
72 - Organisation - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
71 - Clarification - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
70 - Capture - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
69 - How to do nothing - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
68 - Changes - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
67 - Tones versus Pulses - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf


66 - Planning and Execution - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
65 - The Power of Habit - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
64 - Planning for the end of the year - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
63 - Planning For Unexpected Life Events - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
62 - Staying in two sizes of planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
61 - Staying in one size of planner. - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
60 - Functional Planning - Macro and Micro Planning - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
59 - PlannerCon Europe - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
58 - Speeding up by slowing down - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
57 - To Do Lists and Diary Pages -  A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
56 - Hints and Tips on making planner videos - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
55 - Keeping up to date - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
54 - Interview with Jennifer Powell at PlannerCon - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
53 - Conferences and Meet Ups - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
52 - The Magic of Contextualising Your Life - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
51 - Guest Interview - Rose Orchard - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
50 - Organising your significant other - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
49 - Creating the ultimate planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
48 - Getting past New Years resolutions - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
47 - How to understand being a planner newbie - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
46 - Buying and Selling 101 - A5 docx pdf Personal docx pdf
45 - A5 or A6 - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
44 - End of Year - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf


43 - Digital Planning vs Analogue Planning - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
42 - Planning vs Organising - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
41 - Short and Long Term Planning - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
40 - Good and Bad Planner Habits - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
39 - Tackling Planner Size Change - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
38 - Self-Improvement or Personal Development - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
37 - What is productivity anyway - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
36 - The Planner Community - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
35 - Wellness Planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
34 - Listeners Question - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
33 - Pens and other writing instruments - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
32 - Proper storage, care and shipping of planners, rings etc - A5 docx pdf Personal docx pdf
31 - Guest Interview - Louise Umeki - Plannercon 2017 - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
30 - Form Following Function -  A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
29 - Seasonal To Do Lists - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
28 - Making and keeping annual goals - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
27 - Organising the family - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
26 - Guest interview - Theresa Hall - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
25 - Guest interview - Ray Blake - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
24 - Defining the important things from the urgent things - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
23 - Guest interview with Rita Sedani - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
22 - Printing your own inserts - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
21 - How to derail your planning system by over thinking - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
20 - Digital devices/services and your analogue planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
19 - What To Keep In Your 'Others' Tab - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
18 - Zombie Apocalypse Preparation - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
17 - Managing Finances In Your Planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
16 - Planning for those of us who actually can't live without planning, with guest co-host Carie Harling - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
15 - Automation NirvanaA5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
14 - Work Life Balance and Your Planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
13 - GTD Productivity And Using Your Paper Planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
12 - Job Seeking and Keeping - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
11 - Planner Fail -  A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
10 - Planner Hacks - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
9 - Planner Planning - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
8 - Choosing Inserts - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
7 - How do you carry your planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
6 - Planners on the go - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
5 - Why would you pay more than the price of a Filofax? - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
4 - Using Your Planner To Create Permanent Habit Changes - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
3 - Getting on with two or more planners - A5 docx pdf Personal docx pdf
2 - Where to start your planning journey and why - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
1 - What size and why....  - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf

04 December 2019

Video Web Finds - Wednesday 4 December 2019

So I hope you have had a good weekend.

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

Here are a selection of the latest Filofax videos for your enjoyment.
  1. Christmas Planning in my Pocket Filofax - Ganchi_mH
  2. Seasons of Planning Collaboration - Brandy Michelle Plans
  3. Franklin Covey Every Day Planner Stickers - Tonya Plans
  4. Christmas 2019 Planner Flip | Franklin Planner Splendor Binder | Candiik Vlogs - Candiik
  5. Gillio Medium Compagna | Gonzo Muppets Collection - erika_ lifevlogs
  6. A6 Rings Setup and 2020 Planner Stack - TypeAforAlexa
  7. An Easier Way to Replace A Ring Binder Mechanism in Your Recollection Personal Planner - Anika's Kreative Plans
  8. Planner | Cloth And Paper Stationery Box November 2019 | A5 - The Daily Lleeder
  9. 2019 Planner Wrap Up & 2020 Preview! - sarahjplans
  10. 2020 Cloth and Paper Planner Setup | Minimal A5 Rings - SillSil
  11. 2020 Planner lineup | Personal Wide rings, A6 rings, Hobonichi Weeks, A5 rings - Ana Jolene
  12. Unboxing Filofax Lockwood Et Clipboard - Le Monde de Line
  13. Panik! Planer Verloren..! - dekoRIAt
  14. My Planner Setup For 2020! | Filofax Croc Pocket Planner | Minimalist/Functional Planning - Stylish Organized Wife
  15. Filofax Saffiano Personal Organizer Unboxing and Review - Lizzie Kidwell
  16. December Setup in Pocket Filofax - Planning.with. Daisy
  17. Filofax weekly professional inserts - Time management wo2p spread - GTD (video in italiano) - Cle's Diary
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03 December 2019

Free For All Tuesday - No. 461

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 with any questions and comments.

02 December 2019

Highlights for November 2019

So here are the highlights for last month.

We published the following posts.

If you have any ideas for future posts we look forward to hearing your suggestions, please comment below.

General Posts:
Web Finds Posts:

You can catch up on the Hitchhikers Guide to the Plannerverse Podcasts here:

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If you have a guest post idea, please contact steve at philofaxy dot com  or if there is a topic you would like to see us cover or revisit also please contact Steve.

I hope you find this post useful, please let us know in the comments and we will do our best to do a highlights post each month.

Wishing you all the best for this December.