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    Default New year, new planner

    What are you using in 2019?

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    Default Re: New year, new planner

    A self-made "planner" that is meant more like a bullet journal.
    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bo4je9al..._web_copy_link

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    Default Re: New year, new planner

    Nice! What kind of paper is that?

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    Default Re: New year, new planner

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    Nice! What kind of paper is that?
    Thanks, it is a Royal Langnickel sketchbook in A5.
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    Default Re: New year, new planner

    Quote Originally Posted by KrazyIvan View Post
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    Nice! What kind of paper is that?
    Thanks, it is a Royal Langnickel sketchbook in A5.
    How's the dry time? One thing about Hobonichis is you get an interesting blotter by the end of the year. Here's one side of 2018's.

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    Default Re: New year, new planner

    Passion Planner, made with fountain-pen friendly paper.

    Continue to use a Day-Timer.

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    Default Re: New year, new planner

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    Nice! What kind of paper is that?
    Thanks, it is a Royal Langnickel sketchbook in A5.
    How's the dry time? One thing about Hobonichis is you get an interesting blotter by the end of the year. Here's one side of 2018's.

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    Dry time is definitely faster than a Hobonichi. I'd say the paper feels a little toothier than Baron Fig Confidant. It can feather with some inks like Noodlers.
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    Default Re: New year, new planner

    I still haven't decided. It's between the Leuchtturm and Rhodiarama.

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    Default Re: New year, new planner

    Elia Note journals, dot grid!

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    Default Re: New year, new planner

    Homebrew bullet journal in a Clairefontaine Essential. Started the book in June 2018. Ought to make it until around June of this year.

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    Default Re: New year, new planner

    I have been trying the Weeks for carry and the Cousin for work. Iím afraid I just donít like them. Have you ever dumped a planner? Iím now trying the Life Noted. But I may go back to the Quo Vadis Tri Note next year, or the Passion Planner.
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    I've found that I didn't use my Hobonichi Techo planner 2018 like I thought I would, so I now regularly turn it sideways on and use it as one of my additional papers when I'm writing ink reviews.
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    Default Re: New year, new planner

    I've discarded every planner that I have used larger than pocket size (three or four of them). I finally learned: if I can't carry it in a shirt pocket, it is of no use to me at my work.

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