14 March 2023

Free For All Tuesday - No. 632

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. Re: the previous post about different calendars, am I alone in preferring a Sunday start to my weekly planning? It's the day I like to plan the week ahead, and somehow feels like a softer start to things. Thankfully Filofax do offer one option for this, though sadly not in cotton cream.

    And if anyone knows of a different brand which offers Sunday-start week-to-view inserts in Personal size, please share!

    1. It's a USA thing. Take a look at the Wiki page on Week you will see what I mean.


      Week numbers are also calculated different, USA doesn't follow the ISO standard!

      Our own Philofaxy inserts are all Monday start, although I did a post on how to change them to Sunday start if you so wish:

    2. Thank you for that, I was wondering about shifting the year, then editing the day names (but not dates) but then next year being a leap year confused me. I shall ponder the matter. :)

  2. Any posts or videos of Plotter Weekly inserts in action? I've printed out my own mock ups in Personal Size (bible size, in Plotter terms), and it seems oddly constrictive. I'd love to see someone use the hour lines the way the package of the inserts suggest, but it seems to work better with Chinese character writing, which would take up less space.

  3. I have approx. 60 Travel inserts for Filofax and Lefax. They are mainly maps but also 'Time Out' and 'The Economist' travel guides. Maps and Travel guides date from 1985 to 1992 and are concerned with cities in UK, all designated USA (incl. 'British filofax system'), Canada, and all designated maps for European cities except Moscow.
    Also there is an Economist city guide for Tokyo.
    No Australia inserts, however.
    Are there likely to be any rarities in this collection?