04 January 2022

Free For All Tuesday - No. 570

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.


  1. I am reading your book and came across the Violet Temperley range and I found myself pondering about ideas, changes and who I would be excited to see a collaboration done with. Are there well known people who filofax?

  2. People is so diverse when it comes to planning. Some have gone from the simplest of planners, to the world of filofax, used PDAs (when PDA meant Personal Digital Assistant, and not Public Display of Affection), went into the world of Happy Planners, moved into discs, morphed into bullet journals... Some then stay (temporarily into their last iteration), some move back to an old form (I just did that), and all these changes make me think whether there is really "planner peace", and whether it's worth looking for it. I wonder if "planner peace" should be rephrased as "planner happiness" and be a name to give to a moment in time, before the next change in our lives or our selves demands that we do the next change.

    We talked about this (sort of) in a Philofaxy Meeting, with how planning changes as we go from school to college to a job to retirement. We change how we plan as we become parents, start taking care of our elders, move from the city to the country, or move countries and so on. So (and here comes my question, I promise), should we still seek for planner peace, and find the right balance of how many planners and how many sections and trackers to have, or shall we just live and let our planning systems adjust to us? (Ok, more of a rethoric question, but up for debate and for sharing experiences, if anyone so desires).