Monday, January 3, 2011

Happy New Year!

I think Santa knows just how much I love to be organized in work and in life. He left a few things under the tree that are going to help me stay organized, focused and inspired in 2011.



This set includes 12 individual diary/planner notebooks - one for each month! My January notebook is open on my desk and will be the first thing I look at in my office every morning. I love the full page for each day of the month.



The hard cover case holds the 12 notebooks. Each notebook is numbered and spines can also be identified by month using adhesive labels.


I am going to use the large ruled notebook for my novel scribbles. The smaller soft journals will be filled with poetry.


Can't live without a date book! Mimi helps by holding my page


- and warming up my chair.

Happy New Year!

11 comments:

  1. Jumping over here form the comment challenge -2011. Ahh the notebooks are color-coded and numbered. You are speaking my language. Where oh where can I get one?

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  2. Trisha, I'm from Canada and mine were purchased at Chapters (the larger set was ordered online). I think Borders would carry them.


    Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. It's so exciting for me to see that someone else uses a paper notebook for a datebook! :) Those notebooks look fabulous.
    -Callie

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  4. You too? Nothing like pencil on paper for me.

    Hemingway, Van Gogh and Picasso also liked using Moleskine notebooks for their ideas, notes and sketches. These notebooks are making a big comeback.

    Thanks, Callie.

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  5. Oh Sheri, I am practically drooling over all of that organization! I've always loved journals, calendars and organizers. Unfortunately for me, my scatterbrain rarely allows me to use them to their full potential!! Thanks for visiting my site today and great post!

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  6. Haha - and my scatterbrain can't function without them!

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  7. Love these books, Sheri! I have a thing for organizers and journals, too.

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  8. Toby, I would guess that most grown-up writers today still love to write in journals at least some of the time. But I wonder if this younger generation of writers will be as connected to paper as we are.

    Jim, haha. Thanks for stopping by!

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  9. Those look spectacular! Wow.

    My kids have always enjoyed back-to-school shopping because they enjoy the possibilities of the blank pages and other fresh supplies.

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  10. Tabatha, my daughter enjoys back-to-school shopping for that reason too. Blank pages really do equate with 'possibilty.' Love that idea!

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