This is a graphical representation of how much it will cost for someone to get that popular Starbucks planner. (c/o myManila)
I do not think I would be able to drink my coffee well knowing that I would spend that much for a planner. (Kuripot!!) I am relieved knowing I did not gain all those calories. I am inclined to order the fancy-looking drinks with whipped cream. (Whew!)
This was my planner in college. We used to call this a filofax.
When I was still working, I used this planner (one of the company giveaways). It was straightforward with dates and lists. What I liked about this one was that it could be laid flat and I could see the entire week. Downside, space was limited. I am a doodler.
I already saw a planner within my budget but by the time I was ready to buy, it sold out. I made my own planner instead.
Yes, you are looking at a math notebook. There are grid lines in each page which makes it easier for me to draw lines. Below is my January calendar.
This planner reflects my taste because I love math. (Pag sure uy!) 😀 Added bonus, the grid line helps me create symmetric drawings. I found inspiration from graphic designer, Isabel Gatuslao. When she designed her wrapping paper, she used graphing paper to draw her initial design. Who knows what creative ideas I might craft in this planner of mine? (Wishful thinking!)
I am now ready for 2012!