If you are like me, then finding the right type of planner/organizer is essential if you are ever going to use it. Unless it fits my life perfectly, i am not likely to stick with it. I might use if once or twice, but after a few days or weeks of trying I will give up. For me, it is finding something that can be as flexible and unscripted as my days tend to be. My priorities are constantly shifting and things that were on the back burner will suddenly leap to the foreground and need immediate attention. I have tried a lot of different types and styles, and I have come to the conclusion that anything offering more than today’s date at the top of the page and a blank slate below is too much. Day’s events can easily take up three pages after a few calls from clients, or as little as half a page if its just me and my computer.
If you are anything like me, then the Flexible Day Planner from designers Lisa Smith Michael Savona may be the perfect fit. I love the open ended feel of this planner. Space to write, draw, clip, and stick. More excitingly, this post is the opening post of Show Show Room. “The planner is the debut product of Show Show Room, an online display space that pushes design retail to a new conceptual level. Show Show Room not only features retail products, but also the ideas and explorations that fueled their design.”
via Design Bureau