Planner Review: Baron Fig Confidant Dateless Hardcover (Plus Embellishments)

Review by Tina Koyama Back when I worked a “normal” 9-to-5 job, I was usually able to find a planner that met my needs. But when I went freelance 15 years ago, I became frustrated by most of the format choices. I wanted both a Sunday-through-Saturday monthly calendar and a Monday-through-Sunday weekly spread in the…

Papers and Planners: Nock Co. Weekly Calendar and DotDash Gigante Note Cards

Review by Laura Cameron I am the queen of making lists.  It’s an excellent day when I can make a big list and start checking off the items as I go.  So I was thrilled to get to test out Nock Co.’s Weekly Calendar Gigante Note Cards ($8.00 for a pack of 52) and the…

Planner Review: Make Art Every Day A Weekly Planner for Creative Thinkers

Review by Tina Koyama Make Art Every Day: A Weekly Planner for Creative Thinkers–With Art Techniques, Exercises, Reminders, and 500+ Stickers (To Do) is a unique planner and creativity inspiration book. Written by illustrator Katie Vernon, the 127-page book is filled with her colorful, whimsical images that evoke children’s book illustrations. After the weekly planner…

Planner Review: Desk Calendar Weekly Planner from Ruff House Art

Review by Laura Cameron As an avid crafter, I love supporting local artists.  And who better to support than a local paperie and press shop?  When I received the Desk Calendar Floral Weekly Planner from Ruff House Art ($18), I couldn’t have been more excited to support a local artisan and plan my week. The…