Link Love: What’s the Plan?

This week’s Ink section features Diamine’s new UK exclusive colors. There’s a sneak peek of the new AL-Star Tourmaline in Pens but the bulk of the pen-iverse is talking about planners, bullet journaling and notebooks. Clearly, I am not the only one who spends a ridiculous amount of time plotting which planner to use each year. I really need to do a wrap-up of my notebook and planner success and failures before the new year. Would anyone want to read about that? Have you figured out your planning strategy for 2020? Love, Ana

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  1. “I really need to do a wrap-up of my notebook and planner success and failures before the new year. Would anyone want to read about that?”
    Yes, I would find that very interesting, and probably useful.
    Thanks, as always Ana.
    Dave Busse

  2. Huh, I know it’s not April Fools Day, but that Al-Star does look like the Pacific model. Why does Lamy do the just a shade off gimmick?

    Yes to reading about your planner successes and failures. I’m going back to the Travelers Notebook weekly plus memo calendar inserts. I tried an unstructured Leuchtturm notebook, and that (obviously) did not work.

  3. Of course we want to read that! Have you met us? 🙂
    (Myself I have happily settled on the Hobonichi Weeks, but the extra notebook(s) vary, and I’m struggling with a new addiction to notebook covers, cases, and bands/straps.)

  4. For more years than I’d like to remember I’ve collected those little free paper calendars that Hallmark would display near the cash registers. My whole life is contained in those little booklets. This year I’ve been unable to find one anywhere. If anyone could help me out I’d happily pay for it, perhaps with an Amazon gift card or ??

    Thanks,
    Barbara

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