Plum Paper Planner

It’s finally here!!!! They said it takes weeks, and it did. 6 to be exact. That’s ok, I expected it. 🙂

~The lovely logo on the box.

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~The colorful month tabs. Each month’s color scheme matches them.

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~I love the simplicity and colors of the pages!

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~After using a Filofax for so long, I got used to having a bookmark to flip to the current day/week. This doesn’t have one (though I hear the ones by Erin Condren work with Plum Paper planners), so I used removable tabs that I already had. One is for the week we’re in…

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…and the other for the monthly calendar.

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~I’ve just now noticed an odd thing they do: the first page of each month has the remaining days of the previous month in a muted print. Like a wall calendar with blank days for the days of other months. And the last page of each month is the same. Unusual.

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~This will take a bit of getting used to. 😉

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~On the left of the weekly page is this lovely spot for all kinds of notes.

wpid-img_20150920_115257769.jpg(those last few pictures were taken here in the kitchen, and it’s not very bright, sorry!)

Overall, I’m very happy with the planner! It’s just like a notebook, but dated. 😉 it’s a bit large to carry on my purse, but that’s ok: I carried my Filofax around every day and rarely wrote in it. This one will stay at the house, where I need it to remember appointments and confirmation numbers, etc. Yippee!!!

©Pip Miller – September 2015

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10 thoughts on “Plum Paper Planner

  1. I’m sorry? to tell you this, but you inherited this love of notebooks, lists, paper everything from your mother. Organization. Writing things down. It’s a good thing. I used Day-Timer for years, now I’m in love with Moleskine, the red ones. I saw a black one used on Rubicon and that was that. The Day-Timer has a version with a wallet-type cover that fit into my pocket. If it doesn’t fit into my pocket, it’s not going with me, but this one looks pretty neat. I may have to investigate.

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