As you know, I prefer circular schedulers and have been using the Spiraldex after a very short stint with using the Chronodex. Recently, however, I have been swayed back to the Chronodex and have switched back to using it.
In December 2018, I toyed with the idea of changing up my planner to a Hobonichi Techo Weeks for my daily carry. I then looked into how i can incorporate the Chronodex into the Weeks and came up with this:
I looked at the layout and thought, apart from needing a thinner nib for writing, I need to maximise the space. S
I was quite happy with the second iteration that I went ahead and stamped my 2019 Weeks book according to this layout:
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It’s been talked about, how the 2019 #hobonichi pages seem to be different from previous years. This year’s paper allows more shadowing of ink (I used the same stamp for 2019 that I used in 2018). Also I noticed when using the #miniso markers that the page surface isn’t as smooth as previous years. I’d even go as far as to say the coating of the paper is different? It certainly isn’t as smooth as previously when using the markers. | #hobonichiweeks #tomoeriverpaper #planning #planner #organised #organiser #chronodex
Here’s to a new year, a new book, a new layout and a new way of planning!