As the back-to-school season starts its roll forward, all the major manufacturers are releasing their 18-month planners as well as getting a head start on 2014.
Moleskine has released its newest planner format called the Turntable can be used in a vertical or horizontal format. Its available in a hardcover pocket-sized (3.5×5.5″) or large-size (5×8.25″) in several colors from great sellers like Jenni Bick (no, she is not paying me to say that but trust me, its a great shop) for $14.34 or $17.96 respectively.
Paperblanks are also offering their planners in 18-month formats or, if you are preparing for 2014, you can choose your 12-month edition now. They have lots of sizes and configurations available and the paper stock is better than Moelskine though not up to Rhodia standards.I have been using the Verso Format Black Moroccan Ultra size for 2013 and will probably purchase another Paperblanks for 2014. Some of the new textures and cover designs are gorgeous.
(For more about my current planner, visit my review of the Paperblanks 2013 planner. I also plan to provide a post-review of my planner after six months of use in the next few weeks.)
I am sure there will be more planners, agendas and calendars in the next few months to share. Do you still keep a paper planner? Do you have a favorite brand?
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I got my yellow Turntable today and I’m not sure what I think of it yet.