09 July 2020

Planning for a medical emergency with your organiser.

Recently I had an unexpected stay in a nearby hospital, not unpleasant by any means, but just unexpected. In fact it was only my third ever stay in a hospital, and the longest as far as I'm aware. My previous hospital stay was back when I was only seventeen! Yes, decades ago.

Add in the fact that this was a French hospital and because of COVID-19 I was on my own, it tested my French language skills quite a bit!.

I quickly realised that without my smart phone to hand, I was lacking certain key information, I eventually did get my phone and my bag etc back again several hours later and I started making notes of the information I couldn't remember when asked by the Doctors and information that would have been useful to have with me in future, so I wouldn't have to attempt to commit it to memory.

So I would assume that I would have to keep this information in the form of a card or a page in my organiser or similar. Depending on how much information you need will decide on what size card/page you use.

Relaxing in the hospital bed all wired up to the heart monitor I came up with the following list:
  • My name, date of birth - basically so if it was found they would know who the information on the card/page referred to.
  • Partners name and mobile phone number - No matter how hard I tried I could not remember Alison's phone number!
  • Current Medication - If you are on regular medication this will help the Doctors, fortunately I had my tablets with me, but I couldn't remember their exact name!
  • Brief medical history - I could remember some information, but not what it was called in English let alone in French... I eventually did remember and the Doctor did a quick Google search on his phone! 
  • Doctors name and contact details - In case the people treating you need to contact them for more details on recent history. 
  • Anything else? - this card/page should be considered to be a live document so it should be reviewed and updated from time to time. 

The card if you can make it say business card/credit card size printed on both sides has the advantage that you could easily carry it in your pocket/wallet all the time. You could also have a page in your organiser holding similar information in more detail.

I've created a simple document for you to download and edit then print out which ever page you want. Cut the page to size and punch it etc. They are all on A4 size but it should work if you resize the page to Letter size.

Download the file here. Card.docx

You can edit the headings to suit yourself.

I hope you never need to use the card/page! Take care and stay healthy.

08 July 2020

Video Web Finds - Wednesday 8 July 2020

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. July Planner Update | Kendra Bork - Kendra Bork
  2. My Thoughts on Moterm Planners - the planner spot
  3. Gillio medium compagna (rosa) flip with cocoa daisy - Stationery Love
  4. Week In The Life | Dutch Young Professional ‍ | Plus- what's in my bag, back to work | vlog 1 - lizzuplans
  5. Why to Limit Your Projects | Kendra Bork - Kendra Bork
  6. Functional Plan With Me || Minimalist Bullet Journal || Personal Rings - Life With MJB
  7. JULY 2020: Gillio Undyed Medium Compagna | LittleRachPlans - LittleRachPlans
  8. Flip through of June 2020 and moving in to a new Malden - Planner mother of 3
  9. A5 Filofax Malden & Daytimer Desk Planner - Monique Smith
  10. Mansorah Atelier - Custom Young Poet Pocket Rings Planner | LittleRachPlans - LittleRachPlans
  11. Что изменилось в моем наполнении // Filofax Chameleon - Ksenia Brigness
  12. My current leather collection-ft Chic Sparrow, Sojourner, Le Right, Filofax and Traveler's company - Lola Mitchell
  13. Personal Filofax Malden Summer Setup - Plan With Me - Ring Planner Flip Through - Sort Stuff Out
  14. Filofax "The Original Organizer" Unboxing & Review - Michelle Miller
  15. Updated Set Up and Flip Royal Blue Gillio Compagna / July 2020 // Pink Planner Girl - Nicola PinkPlannerGirl
  16. Gillio Firenze Double Planner Unboxing: Croco Matte Charcoal! Pocket XL and Medium Copagnas Restock - Fraîche Plans
  17. 2020 July Planner Setup + Flipthrough | Gillio Medium Mia Cara - Sterling Ink
  18. A5 Filofax Original Plans - Life With Shea Rochelle
  19. Erste Jahreshälfte 2020 im FILOFAX - MizziTheCat
  20. Filofax Nude A5 The Original unboxing - Madame Cristina
  21. Daily Morning Routine: A5 Filofax Malden & B6Slim Stalogy - Monique Smith
  22. Setting Up A5 Filofax with Cloth and Paper Inserts - Laura Plans It
  23. Filofax Croc Personal Planner Flip Through | Updated | July #FilofaxCroc - Eat Pray Plan
  24. Unboxing My New Filofax A5 Planner!!!!!!! - Renee Plans
  25. How I plan financially in my Filofax - Julia Miles
  26. Quick Odette Personal Filofax Malden Stone Flip at Port Dickson beach - Nadia Jack
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07 July 2020

Free For All Tuesday - No. 492

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06 July 2020

My Mum's A4 Graphic - by Anita

My Mum has never been very good at organising her paperwork (I started helping her with it when I was a kid), so when I found a cheap grey A4 Graphic on eBay, she agreed that it could be a useful purchase for her.


I normally prefer leather binders, but I think that the microfibre and faux leather is better, in this case, as it helps to reduce the weight in such a large size.

On the back exterior, there is a full length slip pocket. You wouldn't be able to fit much in it as it's quite tight, but it could be handy for any paperwork that you need quick access to, or as a reminder to do something.


On the inside, you have a number of credit card slots, a smaller slip pocket, two full length slip pockets and space for a notepad. Again, the full length slip pockets are quite tight, so not as useful as they could be as they're not easy to get into.


The Filofax came with a flyleaf and a number of inserts, including expenses sheets, to do list, A to Z and a notepad.


For some one that normally uses personal size, the page sizes seem enormous! (one of my current to do lists for comparison)


Once it arrived, I suggested that Mum started keeping any hospital appointment letters under H in the A to Z.


Initially she started doing this, but ultimately I'm so involved in helping to care for her that it became obvious that it was easier for me to keep her paperwork for her. I did seriously consider setting up the A4 properly for this, but from a practical point of view, it's just too large to want to carry about with you. When she used to have regular appointments, I would pack a bag with my book, snacks for both of us, water bottle, reusable coffee cup etc. I certainly wouldn't want to also be carting about an A4, especially when we might be sitting in a crowded waiting room.

Instead of using the A4, I just have a Mum section in my Kensington's A to Z and any appointments letter are kept in a plastic popper wallet in date order.


Sadly, it means the A4 has been abandoned and is sitting in my Mum's cupboard. I have considered borrowing it for work, but as I have a much smaller desk at home, I think that A5 would be easier to use with less space.

04 July 2020

Web Finds - Saturday 4 July 2020

So I hope you have had a good week. Sorry for the lack of a Web Finds last weekend, this edition will hopefully catch up on ones that would have been in last weekends edition.

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 20 June 2020
  2. Silent Sunday
  3. Guest Post - Pimping my organisers – adding backpa...
  4. Free For All Tuesday - No. 490
  5. Medical Filofax? - by Laurie
  6. Free For All Friday No 607 by Laurie
  7. Using your Filofax to focus on self care
  8. Silent Sunday
  9. A Date For Your Diary - Sunday 5 July 2020
  10. Free For All Tuesday - No. 491
  11. Video Web Finds - Wednesday 1 July 2020
  12. Highlights for June 2020
  13. Free for All Friday No. 608 by Nan
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. Nick Cave’s ring organiser - This Bug's Life
  2. Current Planner Setup for June 22 - 29 - Planner Fun
  3. Preparing For Your Financial Future - FranklinPlanner Talk
  4. Customer review: Pocket Compagna XL - Blog | Gillio
  5. The GTD Approach to Linking Next Actions and Projects - Getting Things Done
  6. How to Set Up Your Planner | Part One - Day Designer
  7. Stationary Memories – Biddles of Guildford - Julie Goucher ~ Anglers Rest
  8. 2021 Planner Launch Update + July Free Planner Insert - Strange & Charmed
  9. Customer review: medium Compagna - Blog | Gillio
  10. The Franklin Five: July 2020 - FranklinPlanner Talk
  11. How to Set Up Your Planner | Part Two - Day Designer
  12. One Book July: Are You Participating? - Planner Fun
  13. Revamp and free printable! - Random Pastimes of a Restless Mind
  14. How to Make the Most of Your Day Designer - Day Designer
  15. And the winners are...! - Planner Fun
  16. Episode #90: The Outdoor Mind Sweep - Getting Things Done
  17. Personalizing my Filofax: Beginner Leather Pyrography - The Rasberry Patch
  18. Current Planner Setup for June 29 - July 5 - Planner Fun
  19. Declutter - The Old Ways - Planner Fun
  20. Link Love: The one with no title - The Well-Appointed Desk
  21. New Janet Leather colour – 111 JL Velvet Nude - Blog Vdsshop
  22. 5 Ways to Make Self-Care Your Top Priority - Day Designer
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03 July 2020

Free for All Friday No. 608 by Nan

Decisions, decisions! For the first time in several years, I've been experiencing the opposite of planner peace - planner chaos!

Here are some of the formats I've used just so far this year. 1. Personal size: 2 pages per day, with 1 week per page for overview 2. Large Moleskine: Horizontal week on 2 pages 3. Half-letter: DayRunner horizontal week on 2 pages 4. Half-letter: Franklin Covey vertical week on 2 pages (bought this and didn't even try it)

Currently, I'm returning to #1, but I'll also have a 1/2 letter book for a month on 2 pages calendar, yearly calendars, and project notes. I find I need both: a detailed, portable solution for each day's schedule as tasks, and a project book for my desk. I guess it's because I'm juggling a bunch of different concerns instead of one full-time job. I usually try to stick with one format for 6 months before changing, so since it's July, I'm going to try to make this work for the rest of the year!

Are you making any changes for the 2nd half of 2020?

Of course, since it's Friday, all ring-bound planner discussion is welcome!

02 July 2020

Highlights for June 2020

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 July 2020.





01 July 2020

Video Web Finds - Wednesday 1 July 2020

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. Van Der Spek Personal rings Setup - Planner Mumsy
  2. Personal Rings Plan With Me - Sam Kelley
  3. 2020 Quarter 2: Goal & Powersheets Update | Kendra Bork - Kendra Bork
  4. July Plan With Me | Filofax Pocket Size with PeanutsPlannerCo Inserts - GanchiPlans
  5. Lexington Pen by FranklinCovey and the pens I use in my planner - Tonya Plans
  6. Personal Rings 4th of July - Sam Kelley
  7. Day Timer Planner - Desk Size - Monique Smith
  8. Van Der Spek Touch Me Planner Tour | June 2020 | Flipthrough - Emmy L
  9. B6 Van Der Spek Custom - gildedlaceandpaper
  10. Grey Blue Croc Personal Moterm | Planner Unboxing - LoveForPaper85
  11. Pink Lichi Moterm Pocket Flip Thru - Roselyn Angelica
  12. Unboxing Moterm Pocket Planner in Red - Rainbowsrein
  13. July Planner Set Up︱Moterm Pocket Planner ︱ Mels Plan 
  14. Gillio Medium Mia Cara - Reneesplannerplace
  15. *New* Gillio Setup! Minimal and Operative Planning - Charming Plans
  16. Gillio Lila Leather Comparison - Planner Mumsy
  17. Gillio Firenze Planner Unboxing & Overview: Medium Mia Cara, Pocket & Medium XL Compagna Crocos! - Fraîche Plans
  18. Filofax Agenda Setup + Stationary Favorites! - Lisa Lachhman
  19. Setting up My Personal Planner 2020/2021 | Filofax Malden Ochre Set Up | Switching Out - Living Letter Plans
  20. Filofax A5 Flip Through | June 2020 - That Nurse Life
  21. Filofax personal. Почему начала вести в июне? Мой ежедневник. - elena fas
  22. Filofax A5 Saffiano 6 Ring Planner Unboxing and Review - Laura Plans It
  23. The New FiloFax Original Folio (A5): My New Folio, How It Works & How I'll Use It - Just Scribble
  24. Flip Through | Filofax Malden Personal Planner - Christine Trinh
  25. NEW Filofax Personal Size Setup + Flipthrough | Purse Planner | At Home With Quita - AtHomeWithQuita
  26. Plan With Me July 2020 | Planner Reset | Filofax Personal Malden - arlene rocha
  27. Original Filofax LOVE! - Robyn Cook
  28. What's in my filofax: Thick & Messy - Keriousity Kreation’s
  29. A5 Filofax Malden & Daytimer Desk Planner - Monique Smith
  30. Erste Jahreshälfte 2020 im FILOFAX - MizziTheCat
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30 June 2020

Free For All Tuesday - No. 491

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.


29 June 2020

A Date For Your Diary - Sunday 5 July 2020

Given the success and the number of people that took part in the last  'Virtual Meet Up' we are going to run another one.

When? - Sunday 5 July at the following time:
  • 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.  
Do not worry if you aren't available at the start of one of our sessions each one lasts 1-2 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)

Join the chat here: https://join.skype.com/A85fEyS7HPUP

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... Join the chat here: https://join.skype.com/A85fEyS7HPUP  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.

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.

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 5 July 2020.

27 June 2020

Using your Filofax to focus on self care

Apologies to those of you expecting to read your Saturday dose of Web Finds, as Steve is currently out of action, but thankfully is doing better. We all wish him a speedy recovery to full health and hope that he gets home soon. 

Following on from Laurie's post about keeping medical details in your Filofax, I thought that I'd write a little about tracking self care. It's not something that I've done much of in the past, but the last couple of years have been challenging, so I thought that it would be useful to have some reminders about this in my organiser.

The last section in my Kensington is my A to Z and I just keep a list under T called TLC. As I think of something, I'll add an idea and remind myself to look at it and pick one later.
Some examples:
  • Have a bath
  • Book a shiatsu massage (pre-lockdown)
  • Read my book
  • Do some jigsaw
  • Go for a coffee alone (our household is still currently shielding, so currently I make coffee in my reusable cup and take my book and Filofax out onto the green outside our garden)
  • Yoga Friday a.m.
  • Play Diablo 3 (game on my Mac)
  • Eat ice cream
  • Skype with Meerkat (nickname for my best friend).
As you can see, it tends to be quite simple and normally free activities that I enjoy and are good for me (as long as there isn't to much ice cream!). Sometimes when life is busy or stressful, it can be easy for me to forget that I have these kind of things that are easy to do and really helpful for my mental health and overall well-being. As mentioned in my previous post about working from home, I'm very grateful to still have a job, but it's much busier than normal, so I have been making greater use of my TLC list. 

For those of you that might prefer more structure, these free downloads (voluntary contribution) from Blurt might be of interest:
Blurt is 'a social enterprise dedicated to helping those affected by depression' and you can read more about them here.

I don't have any links with them, but am just a satisfied customer as I treated myself to one of their lovely Buddyboxes when I was going through a particularly stressful time.

26 June 2020

Free For All Friday No 607 by Laurie

As the lockdown continues where I live, there is still a lot of uncertainty regarding what the rest of this year will look like. I'm grateful for the flexibility of my Filofax yet again. At the moment, I'm planning the rest of the year in less detail than I normally would, for maximum flexibility. So far there's not a lot to plan. The school calendar for next year has been released, but all dates are tentative. Events that normally would take place this summer have been cancelled.

In the absence of plans, I have been using my planner to focus on self-care and personal growth. I've been tracking and recording exercise, mental health, reading, learning, family activities, etc. It helps to have things to fill in my pages, and to reflect on how I'm spending my time.

How have you been using your Filofax recently?

And as always on Fridays, feel free to ask/ discuss anything ring-bound organizer related!

25 June 2020

Medical Filofax? - by Laurie

In light of Steve's medical emergency and the fact that we're in the middle of a global pandemic, I thought it would be a good time to talk about having medical information pages in your Filofax. It might be an uncomfortable or scary topic, but good to think about just in case.

Several years ago when my family and I moved frequently and my kids were little, I had pages in my Filofax with medical information, recent illnesses and treatments, medications, etc. Now that we have been living in the same place with the same doctor for several years now, I don't keep that information anymore. Where we live, if we had to go to the doctor or hospital, they would have access to our medical data on their computer, so I don't feel like I need to carry it with me everywhere. But it's probably a good idea for me to have some information like our blood types in case of emergency. I do have a page with all of our insurance numbers, our doctor contact details, etc.

For anyone with chronic medical conditions or medications it's always a good idea to keep emergency medical information on you either in the form of an alert bracelet, information pages, etc.

Do you keep medical information in your Filofax for you and/ or your family members?

24 June 2020

Sorry!!

Sorry folks, no video web finds today. I got rushed into hospital yesterday which was totally unexpected!!

I am feeling much better today and I hope to be home within the next few days and back on the blog too.

May be a new post ‘Planning for an unexpected hospital visit!’

Take care

Steve

23 June 2020

Free For All Tuesday - No. 490

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.


22 June 2020

Guest Post - Pimping my organisers – adding backpacks - Paul

Thank you to Paul for sending in this post. 

As well as using Filofaxes as intended (Mini Kendal as a wallet, Personal Cuban as a daily planner, etc.) I’ve also picked up some cheapie non- Filofax organisers for specific projects. I don’t need pockets and card slots for these but did want extra carrying space for pens, markers and other stationery.

There is, of course, the Bookaroo Notebook Tidy, but I wanted a closed pouch rather than the open webbing, something with two straps rather than one, and thought I could make something better for a bit less dosh.

I’ve been using a generic military pouch belt for my mobile (on the chunky size), and that was just about the right size. Also had an old army magazine pouch leftover from when I was trying to work out the best way to carry a tin whistle. It was too big for a personal sized organiser but worked on an A5 binder.

The pouches cost about £5 or so on eBay, available in a limited range of drab colours. The ex-army one is of higher quality, but this isn’t necessarily an advantage – the Velcro flaps can be a bit over-enthusiastic in the clinginess department, and it won’t open without putting up a bit of a struggle.


There are a couple of belt staps to unpick (or cut on the army ones), look like they may be useful for straps or pull-tabs so added to my stock of oddments. This leaves two sets of horizontal webbing bands ready to feed straps through.


The two Velcro straps above were fitted to test the concept and would be handy if you wanted to swap a pouch between differently sized organisers. I’ve replaced them with elasticated webbing which cost £7 for 6 meters @ 25mm wide. Plenty left over for making up new pen loops, other projects and perhaps refurbishing sagging undies.


I allowed a generous overlap on the A5 webbing before cutting the strips, so there was about 10cm of tape joined by using mega sticky VHB acrylic gel tape, with a couple of 12mm pieces in parallel. For the Personal sized ones, I cut the webbing flush before being stretched; this worked out at a 6cm joint to provide the desired tension. Once stuck, the joint is fed round out of sight, tucked behind the webbing. Was going to sew along the joint as well, but the gel tape seems to be strong enough on its own. Plan B if things go ping.

The picture below may seem a bit confusing at first, on the left is a pouch with the elastic in place, waiting to have the plastic strips on top peeled away before the other end of the webbing is stuck down. The pouch, on the left, is on top of an open ‘Bind’ organiser (Personal sized paper and rings in a larger body), the two straps on the right are from the pouch fitted to that one.


And here’s how they look when finished – shuffle until happy with the placement.




And the A5 Timberland with the ‘Osprey Molle MTP Single Mag Ammo Pouch SA80 Genuine Surplus’. The straps have been splayed out slightly to keep the fit fairly solid.


Thank you Paul for an interesting addition

21 June 2020

20 June 2020

Web Finds - Saturday 20 June 2020

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 13 June 2020
  2. Silent Sunday
  3. The Morning Routine
  4. Free For All Tuesday - No. 489
  5. Video Web Finds - Wednesday 17 June 2020
  6. Other Brands of Organisers, Planners and Notebooks.
  7. Free For All Friday - No. 606 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. The ‘Special Nomad’ is now available online! - Blog Vdsshop
  2. Plan Your Finances In Style - The Official Filofax Blog
  3. Throwback to 2015...Doodle Squares? - Planner Fun
  4. Duck Egg Filofax Malden with Franklin Covey Compact Inserts - Sharondippity
  5. Which Planner Is Right For You? - Day Designer
  6. Notepaper Tuesday = [Coffee Edition} - Planner Fun
  7. 12 Social-Distancing-Friendly Summer Bucket List Ideas + Free Download - FranklinPlanner Talk
  8. Happy Birthday to ME! For You? LimeTreeFruits Planners 50% OFF ! - Lime Tree Fruits
  9. Seriously, will this ever end? I've been creating and upd... - The Filofaxist
  10. How I Achieved Planner Peace - Planner Fun
  11. Making booklets from old planner pages - Sharondippity
  12. Pocket Compagna XL restock - Blog | Gillio
  13. Current Planner Setup for June 15 - 21 - Planner Fun
  14. Desk Organizing Solutions When You’re Short on Space - I'm an Organizing Junkie
  15. My Digital Planner Flip-Through & How to Navigate - Wendaful Planning
  16. Friday Felicities for June 19 - Planner Fun
  17. Being on top of ALL your tasks — will it EVER? - Lime Tree Fruits
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