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26 December 2008 Friday

2009 calendar

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so I did finally get my 2009 paperblanks dayplanner… but it arrived a few days after I picked up a similar (2009 horizontal weekly) moleskin dayplanner … same width and length, though very different depth — the moleskin is much slimmer, but the paperblanks has the tried-and-true hardcover.. and I really prefer the magnetic latch of the paperblanks over the elastic band (effort required to close, sure to over-stretch over time). I’m still a little sore at paperblanks and I had just started to write in the moleskin… so now I’m undecided about which to pursue. I can’t have two dayplanners over the year… so… I guess we’ll see.

p.s. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!

** 12/27/2008 update: After transferring a fair amount over from the 2008 paperblanks to the 2009 moleskin, we’re going with the 2009 paperblanks. It’s just much more accommodating for customization and additions (index cards, tabs, custom inserts), the magnet and hardcover make it much more convenient and durable, and it is smart enough to fit a snapshot 2009 on one page rather than spanning it uselessly (it’s just a snapshot anyway!) across two. So Paperblanks 2009 Horizontal Verde Weekly Dayplanner. I’m ready for the New Year.

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