Planner Review: Pebble Stationery Co Traveler’s Regular Sized Undated Planner

Review by Laura Cameron 2020 has been a strange year, and despite the fact that the Desk LOVES planners, clearly we haven’t needed them in months. A few weeks ago, Pebble Stationery Co. asked if we would be interested in reviewing their new Traveler’s Regular Sized Undated Planner ($17.99) and planner love won out and…

Planner Update: Out with the Old, In with the New

Planner Update: Out with the Old, In with the New

With the start of the new year, it’s time to look at the planners that worked and the planners that didn’t. Some techniques worked better than others. Out with the Old For 2019, I used the Mark’s Edit planner for my work planner and the Hobonichi Techo A6 for my personal logging. The Mark’s Edit…

Planner Review: The Knitter’s Planner 2020

Review by Laura Cameron When I saw the ad for The Knitter’s Planner ($48.95) late last year, I knew I needed to buy one to review for The Desk. With the tagline “Knit More Be Happy” how could I not? The Knitter’s Planner is a somewhat customizable planner designed with knitters in mind. You can…

Planner Review: Leuchtturm 1917 Weekly and Pine Book Free Diary Washi Set

Review by Tina Koyama For years I’ve been DIY-ing my own planners because none of the commercially available options gave me the exact format and features I wanted. This year I’m using Baron Fig’s undated planner (dressed up with a little washi fun) which does give me the page layouts I prefer – but I…

Review: Filofax Clipbook & Pen

Review: Filofax Clipbook & Pen

Filofax has reinvented the ringbound planner with the Clipbook ($25.99). It features a flexible softcover made with a cardstock covered with PU printed material over their classic ring. The Personal planner has a 25mm/0.875″ ring which is roomy but compact. The advantage of this design is that the Clipbook is considerably less expensive than a…