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Letts Bicentenary Diary is no doubt one of the most beautiful nostalgic planner ever created. It looks to be absolutely well-made. Plannerism gives an excellent review and that makes me wanna have it soon. It’s limited edition with only 2000 prints. If you want to own it, you should go to Letts Web Store to order it. There are only 9 in stock at this moment, so hurry up!
Here’s the link: http://www.letts.co.uk/bicentenary-diary-2012-week-to-view.html
source: Plannerisms: Letts Bicentenary Diary.
Many people know about the beauty and popularity of Moleskine planners. So here’s the chance to win one of the 10 Moleskine Academic Planners (2011-2012), which you can already start using this year itself. It is sponsored by
Check out the source link below and follow the instructions to enter the contest.
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I had a choice between 5 planners, but I decided, after pretty long thinking, for Quo Vadia Business. Three in the offer, Trinote, Minister and Space 24, were little larger for my next year’s need and fourth one, Space 17, was size-wise perfect, but it didn’t have maps (Yes! I like having maps in my planner :-)). I’m happy with the choice, which has good large pocket size. Here’s how it looks from inside.
Now I’m desperately waiting for it to be delivered.