LEUCHTTURM1917 Planners - Totally Crush Your Goals + Deadlines This Year6:00 am
LEUCHTTURM1917 has been making products for 90 years. They firmly believe that "details make all the difference." I heartily agree.
Each planner features:
- Blank page for table of contents.
- A project plan for the year.
- Overview of 2016, 2017 and 2018.
- International public holidays and phases of the moon.
- Two page markers, making it easy to flip open to today's date as well as an important upcoming target date.
- A pocket helps keep things tidy.
- Detachable sheets give you a space to write down addresses, phone numbers, specs and dimensions while you're on your cell.
- As there's no year stamped, embossed or written on the cover, sophisticated labels for front and spine help keep them organized once shelved and archived.
- Daily Planner
The week is displayed across two pages so no need to feel you have to squeeze everything in tiny boxes anymore. There are three months laid out on the right side of each page so go ahead and look forward to your vacation or when the next bill needs to be paid. Each week is numbered, so you'll never leave holiday shopping to the last minute again. And an extra booklet for anniversaries and addresses comes in handy should your iPhone be across the room.
I got the jumbo size - Master (A4+) - which is great fun. Coming in just over 9" x 12" with its rugged cover, I feel completely unencumbered - which is a welcome change to what most of us feel when scheduling meetings and moving cutoff dates for projects up by a month. This size is currently only available in black, which is okay since it goes with everything, but I do hope they make it in brighter colours.
p.s. If you get the Academic Planner as I did, you can start using it right away, all the way until February 28, 2018. No better time than the present.
The month is spread over two pages and each boxed is lined, making it effortless to keep your calendar neat and tidy. Lines in a monthly calendar such as this is rarer than you think, so it's cause for celebration. Each outer box could use a heavier line to distinguish it from the next, but once you get your appointments jotted down, it becomes easier to differentiate.