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23 May 2015

Web Finds - 23 May 2015

So I hope you have had a good week, another week of travels for me... London Meet Up today.

So now it is time to enjoy a great collection of blog posts and videos from around the internet, so grab a drink and make yourself for our weekly round-up.

So here are the latest Filofax blog posts from around the Internet:
  1. A Proper Planner Attitude - Giftie Etcetera
  2. {Original Love}: Adventures with the Filofax Original Organizers - The Fabulous Planner
  3. Finding comfort in old technology - Dull Men's Club
  4. Taking Notes In Your Planner - Planner Fun
  5. Planner Lists - Well Planned Life
  6. Nicht ohne mein D2P - Filomaniac
  7. New Item: Super Cute Cat Dividers for Pocket & Personal size! - Filofax Love
  8. Review of the compact Holborn Filofax - Paper Pens Ink
  9. Where Details Fit in a Planner - Giftie Etcetera
  10. Two RAKs (Random Acts of Kindness) that are with me every day - This Bug's Life
  11. Back in business! - Just Happy Me
  12. Off the Planner Rails - It's Bluetiger 
  13. My View on Using Multiple Planners - Live. Love. Planners
  14. Inbox - in the planner??? - From Chaos to Order
  15. Handmade planner from kikosattic - Love All Planners
  16. My work planner (update) - House of Lotte
  17. What to do with the Filofax - or other - inserts when having multiple sets? - The Fabulous Planner
  18. HEXAplanner it’s back! - My Last Eureka
  19. How I Use: DIYFish Weekly Chart - The Filofax Lifestyle
  20. Fatal crush with my MidorI Traveler's Notebooks!! - My Summertouch
  21. Planner Use: It’s Okay to Break the Rules - Homemakers Daily
  22. 14 things you should know when dating a planner-girl. - Just Happy Me
  23. The big tab problem - solved! - From Chaos to Order
  24. Portable Brain Dump List - Planner Fun
  25. 4 Tips on Doing What You Don’t Want to Do - Time Management Ninja
  26. A Trick for Scheduling Long Periods of Unspecified Time - Giftie Etcetera
  27. An Interview with Sachiko from Filofax Love - Live. Love. Planners
  28. Filofax Friday – Planner Peace - Renew Your Space
  29. Planners | From Project Life Pockets to Planner Storage - Happiness is Scrappy
  30. House of Lotte @ work: 1 week on 2 pages with times - House of Lotte
  • We monitor over 400 blogs and sites, your Filofax/Organiser blog posts could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
  • We can not guarantee people will read your posts, but we know there is a higher chance of people reading your posts and returning to read other posts if you make them interesting with pictures and good hints and tips. Do not forget to give your posts a title... 
  • Your Filofax/Organiser posts could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
  • For some general tips on Filofax Blogging, please see this post
We are on the look out for more people to take part in Reader Under the Spotlight. If you would like to appear in this feature then please contact Steve : philofaxy at gmail dot com  Thank you.

And here are a selection of the latest Filofax videos for your enjoyment.
  1. My Filofax Domino Patent Setup - PlannerAddictBritt
  2. The 17 dividers system in A5 Filofax - part1 - From Chaos to Order
  3. The 17 dividers system in A5 Filofax - part 2 - From Chaos to Order
  4. Filofax A5 Metropol review - Vegan Organiser
  5. Bullet Journal Meets Filofax - YunieQueen
  6. Starter Kit Filofax | was braucht man wirklich | Filofaxing - Simply Jessy 
  7. DIY Change Filofax into organizer for writing and travel - Thomas Aushauser
  • For tips on how to improve your videos, please see this post.  Also this video too Webfinds 
  • Your Filofax/Organiser Videos could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
My Week Posts
  1. My week #161 - Paper Lovestory
  2. Weekly Post #92 - Miss Mae's Adventures
  3. My week #19 - She's Eclectic
  4. My Week #20 (2015) - Joanny White
  5. Filofax Friday Week 21 - 20 Something Living Life
  6. This Weeks Decorated Pages // Week 21 - Hey Charlie
  7. Weekly Post #93 - Miss Mae's Adventures
  8. This Week's Pages - An English Country Garden - Mrs Brimbles
  9. Week of 5/18: Decorated Pages! Live. Love. Planners
  10. Weekly Post #94 - Miss Mae's Adventures
  11. Filofax Friday Week 22! - 20 Something Living Life
Here are some Philofaxy posts you might have missed this week:
  1. Web Finds - 16 May 2015
  2. Reader Under The Spotlight - Kristy
  3. How do we label ourselves..
  4. Free For All Tuesday No. 224
  5. Philofaxy Meet Up - Chicago - 15th July 2015
  6. Philofaxy London Meet Up - 16 May 2015
  7. Free For All Friday no 340 by Laurie
Enjoy

22 May 2015

Free For All Friday no 340 by Laurie

Aside from the diary pages, what are the most important pages in your Filofax?

Mine are the pages I put between my month pages. I use the month on two pages with notes printables from Philofaxy. The back sides of the pages are lined, so I can splice pages between the months. This is where I put everything from finances tracking to planning holidays, travel and birthday parties. Packing lists, guest lists, bills due and more go with the month in which they will occur. These pages are so important for helping me plan ahead. I know where to find them, and when the time comes they're right where I need them.

What are the most important pages in your Filofax?

And as always on Fridays, feel free to ask and/ or discuss anything ring-binder related!

21 May 2015

Philofaxy London Meet Up - 16 May 2015

I am over in UK for a couple weeks prior to going to North America. The first half of our stay was in Gloucestershire for a couple Alison's book talks at book shops. Then on Friday we travelled down to East Sussex/Kent for another week.

This last Saturday we held a Philofaxy meet up in London.

A group of 10 of us met at Vapianos which is close to Oxford Circus. It was great to see some new faces as well as some familiar faces. Putting faces to names and comment names is always very pleasant. There's never enough time to have a long chat with everyone though... another time I hope.

We continue to go to this particular restaurant because of the simplicity of the ordering system there, the location which is good for most people to get to, oh and the food is great value for money too.



It was great to spend time discussing little else but organisers of all makes and types. Sharing and showing each other things too. Christa brought along a huge selection of inserts and dividers she wanted to give away, so I had a look through all of those and 'stocked up' on a few of the essentials!

The Van der Spek leather samples proved very popular once again, seeing and touching and comparing under natural light certainly helped with the choice for future orders for a few people I'm sure.




Steve, Max and Claudia in deep discussion! (photo by Paula)



We did the usual line up of organisers, a tradition at these events worldwide...


And we then lined ourselves up for some photos.



We packed up our things and went to battle with the crowds in Oxford Street calling in on Muji and Tiger. Some of us started to disappear home whilst others continued on to Selfridges. I shared my journey back to Kent with Paula.

I would like to thank everyone who came along on the day: Claudia, Max, Tracey, Paula, Jene, Karen,  Louise, Saz and Christa.

So until later in the year I'm sure there will be another UK meet up.

20 May 2015

Philofaxy Meet Up - Chicago - 15th July 2015


We are continuing the North America Philofaxy Tour with Chicago.

Chicago - Wednesday 15th July 2015

So this is a 'calling notice' for people who would like to attend the Philofaxy Meet Up in Chicago

Please read all of the post before you apply for a place on the meet up.

When and Where

The evening of Wednesday 15th July. Location is still TBD (To Be Determined).

Please feel free to leave any questions, comments, suggestions or feedback.

We would like to see who is interested in joining us so that we can get a good head count, so please let us know if you would like to attend.

Thank you, to Sandra for helping to organise this event.

How to book a place on the meet up

To get a place on the meet up you need to email: steve[at]philofaxy[dot]com and mark your email 'July 2015 Chicago Meetup', but please do not send it before Sunday 24 May 2015. Please only request a place if you are 99% certain that you will be able to attend on the 15th.

As places are allocated you will receive an email back again confirming your place on the meet up.

Please do not book travel tickets etc until you have a confirmed place. I will attempt to confirm places within 2-3 hours of receiving your email.

Additional Information

We will be in  Washington three weeks before and Denver two weeks before, Los Angeles a week before then we will be travelling to Toronto for our final North American Meet Up.

Thank you... any questions?

18 May 2015

How do we label ourselves..


So something a little different today, I've been a little short on time in the last 48 hours, bad planning... well may be.

So the last few days I've met quite a few people for the first time or seeing old friends again. Naturally they all ask 'What are you doing these days with all your free time?'

I love to see the look on their faces when I cooly say... 'I spend my time writing for a blog just about Filofax and other brands of organisers, talking and helping readers and keeping in touch with two small organiser companies in Belgium (Gillio) and the Netherlands (Van der Spek) etc etc...'

I'm getting good at the explanation now... well practiced I suppose, but it will make you smile to see the look on their faces, it completely floors them...

However, I sometimes run in to a problem trying to explain why anyone would want to own more than one organiser... let alone a collection of them (puts up hand... guilty as charged!)

So are we obsessive? or just enthusiastic collectors?


17 May 2015

Reader Under The Spotlight - Kristy

Today I would like to introduce you to Kristy

My name is Kristy Beer (yes... like the drink) and I live in hot, sunny, humid Townsville, a city in North Queensland,  Australia.  I am a single mother of a little boy Harrison,  who is nearly 2. 

I have always been the typical stationery and notepad geek for as long as I can remember. As a child I had tons of diaries,  journals, notebooks,  pens, pencils... on Saturdays I learned artistic roller ​skating, which always left a one hour gap in between the free skating session, and my lesson - during which I used to sneak over to the shopping center and spend my pocket money at the newsagent, buying yet another notebook or journal! 

I have had several serious medical issues over my adult years which lead me to seek a diary to ensure I not only kept all appointments with doctors and specialists, but to note down days of anything that I may need to tell them for reference.

For years I would purchase a Debden A5 diary and cart it with me everywhere, and they normally fell apart by the November/December mark​. Then one day my hairdresser pulled out a Filofax from her handbag to schedule my next appointment. It was a multicolor striped canvass personal,  well worn and very stuffed. I knew as soon as I saw it I had to have one... and the rest is history!

​I have answered the questions below as instructed and included a photo of myself - a rare one that I actually don't mind. :-)​

1. When did you buy your first organiser and what was it?

My first organiser was a personal Botanic in Pink -  after seeing my friend's personal canvas that was multi-coloured stripes (I still do not know the name of that one and am STILL searching for one myself, somebody must have one hidden somewhere), I decided to go the canvas - which worked well as it was the only style I could afford at the time!

2. What other brands have you used or considered using?

None, but I am OBSESSED with the idea of one day owning a Gillio Medium Compagna - I LOVE the look of the leather, the way they patina with age and love, and the long back pocket - brilliant. That to me is a real "grown up" planner, and I will own one one day. :-) I intend to use it until it literally falls to pieces.

3. Out of the organisers you own which is your current favourite (Style and Size)?

Maldens are my all time favourite. I LOVE the feel, the floppiness, the fact that they can be stuffed outside the rings, their pockets, the way they look "well loved" from the moment you receive them, even when they are brand new.

I love "workhorse" planners, those you can tell are carted everywhere, contain entire lives of the people that own them, and the Malden's just scream that to me.  I have both a black pocket (my all time favourite) and a personal purple which is my current everything planner.  I wish I could downsize down to the pocket but at the moment with all the *stuff* going on in my life, I have to carry a personal. Now to find a black personal Malden - ohhhh, dream DREAM come true!

4. How many Filofax or other brands of organisers do you own?

I own three Maldens - a black pocket, purple pocket and purple personal. I don't use more than one planner at a time (I managed to confuse myself so everything has to go into one) so the purple will be sold soon to another loving home.

I also have a personal raspberry Finsbury which was my everyday planner for about 3 years non-stop, before I discovered Philofaxy and the world of Filofaxes, from decorating to washi, tabs and personalised dashboards, and everything in between.

I still have that one and it's well loved. I toy with the idea of moving back into her for a while but the love I have for my Maldens is just too great. I also have a pocket Navy Finsbury which I purchased second hand but was not told about the poor condition of the rings (they are rusted and gross) so I am not sure what I am going to do with that one yet....

5. What is the oldest organiser in your collection?

My raspberry Finsbury. She's served me well, I can't let her go.

6. What do you use your organisers for?

Carrying my entire life. I am very forgetful and easily stressed - I need my planner to keep track of EVERYTHING from appointments, play dates, bills due, accounts to be paid, doctors appointments, everything. The main section is my Week to Opening Piaric inserts, which have all things I need to remember and when.  I have a section for my personal goals and dreams (including a bucket list and a yearly letter to myself reminding me to be strong no matter what life throws at me).

I have a section for my son to keep track of his milestones, books to buy him, what I need to remind myself as a parent is important, and any notes that I may need to remember should he fall sick and I need to take him to the doctors, and lists for birthdays (presents, party planning requirements, etc).

I have passwords ('cause I never remember those either), accounts in a section, I have a lists section that lists - well, everything, from things I need to buy for the house, things I need to sell on eBay, things I need for my next trip away, things to buy my son, things that I need (ok, want), etc. I have a section for contacts in case I lose my phone, as the only phone number I can ever remember is my own.

I have a medical section for notes about how I am feeling and what symptoms I had for my endocrinology appointments, and I also use this section for notes about dietary requirements and if my doctor tells me things I should remember such as changes to medication and when to have blood tests.  I also have a section for my therapy appointments so I can note down important things to discuss should something have happened.

I have a section for business cards for places I use weekly/monthly/yearly, and a notepad in the back pocket for my grocery lists so I don't leave it on the kitchen bench like I used to before I utilized my planners!

I have spare bank cards and my own business cards in the front, stamps in the zipper and personal cards from friends for days I need a smile in the back behind the notepad. I have scripts for medication in the front pocket so I never forget them when I go to fill them (instead of what I used to do prior to owning a filofax - get to the chemist and say every curse word under the sun when I remembered the script was still attached to a clip on the fridge at home).

I have a open top pocket full of photos of my son, so I always have him with me even if he's not there.

Finally, on my plastic Today Ruler, I stick a post-it note on it with my daily "To Dos" from washing to picking up a package, things that don't need to be noted in the diary itself, just things I need to be reminded of that day.

At the end of the day the post-it is thrown away, a new one replaced, and anything not done that day is carried over to the next. I leave it open on the bench and I can see everything in a glance. My Malden contains my life, she's with my everywhere I go.

7. How many sections do you have in your organiser and what is each section used for?
  1. Personal - life goals, bucket lists, etc.
  2. My son - goals as a parent to him (note to myself that is), books to buy him, milestones listed, notes for birthday (presents to buy, etc)
  3. Month to opening - so I can see everything in a glance - bills due and birthdays mostly.
  4. Week to opening - all appointments and bills due go in here. Also in notes section at top of page, I list bills paid and receipt numbers.
  5. Accounts and Passwords
  6. Contacts - cause if I lost my phone I'd be stuffed.
  7. Lists - lists for anything and everything.
  8. Medical - Specialist notes and journal of anything that happens between appointments to tell them next time, notes taken during appointments
  9. (sub tab in medical) Therapy - journal of events that I need to remember to discuss.
  10. Business cards - for places I use weekly/monthly/yearly for both work and personal reasons.
8. What was the feature about Filofax you like most?

Total and utter customisation - it's your filofax, you make it how you want it for your use. No rules - you do what you want!

9. If you could design your own Filofax what would it feature?

Side cards on the left ala Holborn personal, pocket at rear aka Malden, and full back width pocket on the personal sizes like the Gillio Compagna, all in the shell of a Malden in Vintage Pink or Black - PLANNER HEAVEN!

10. How do you carry your Filofax?

TERRIBLY!! It is thrown into whatever bag I am carrying at the time, from my normal handbag to the baby bag - but I do admit that in the baby bag it does have it's own "section" away from baby related things like drink bottles - learnt that lesson the hard way.

11. Which Filofax in the current range do you like the most? Are you going to buy it?

Malden.  I'm soooo biased. I already own one but I must say if I could get my hands on a Black personal - ohhhhh

12. What is the most you have ever spent on a Filofax or other brand of organiser? Which model?

My personal Malden actually - $160 as I was having trouble finding one I liked but then this one popped up on the Filofaxes for Sale and it was in Australia (sooooooo difficult to find the planner you want that the buyer is willing to ship overseas, but I do understand why sellers hesitate) and it was the "texture" I was looking for. Maldens are all so different, and I knew what I wanted - so when it popped up I didn't hesitate! The way she works for me though, she's paid for herself over and over again!

13. What's your favourite Filofax tip or hack?

The post-it note on the Today ruler was a good one, but I would have to say using laminated perspex for several things like page lifters (to stop the back pages from curling around the rings when closed) and using them to stick post-it's on for on the go and also adding additional pen loops so you can carry not only post-its without adding bulk but TWO pens! And if those pens are multi-barrell pens - well, no pencil case in the handbag carrying for me!!

14. Turning to Philofaxy, what do you like the most?

The range of discussion, the ideas, and the interesting way of finding out how people bond over something like planners - bet when planners where invented, they did not imagine the cult following they have today!

15. And what do you not like about Philofaxy?

Um...???? Not sure. I am yet to try to print out my own inserts.  I bet I fail at that - so I would then say printing the inserts!

16. What was the last music track you downloaded or bought?

Please don't laugh - but "Frozen". I would say it was for my son but...that would be a lie.

17. Have you ever attended a Philofaxy meet-up? if not do you intend to one day?

I would love to but being in North Queensland, Australia - makes it VERY hard.  Then again, it's one that should go on the bucket list *reaches for her trusty Malden*

18. What was the last movie you watched?

I wouldn't have a clue!! I watch TV Shows from DVD - but a guess would be Devil Wears Prada? I love that movie - can watch it over and over again!

19. What was the last book you read?

Tully by Paulina Simmons - again.  I have been reading that book every year since I was in Grade 10 which was back in 1997.  I love it.  I even named my dog "Tully" after it.  I never tire of it.

Thank you Kristy for your wonderfully detailed responses. 

As you know we are always looking for new people to appear in our 'Reader Under Spotlight feature, you don't have to be 'well known' or a long term user to be considered to appear in this 'spot'. 

 So please contact Steve philofaxy at gmail dot com today. 

Thank you.

16 May 2015

Web Finds - 16 May 2015

So I hope you have had a good week, another week of travels for me... London Meet Up today.

So now it is time to enjoy a great collection of blog posts and videos from around the internet, so grab a drink and make yourself for our weekly round-up.

So here are the latest Filofax blog posts from around the Internet:
  1. Gillio Mia Cara aka ‘Barb’ Update: 1 year on! - OATTblog
  2. VDS Undyed Binder – SIX months on! - This Bug's Life
  3. Filofaxing für Anfänger - Filomaniac
  4. Creative Dashboards - Planner Fun
  5. Make it Monday // DIY Notes Pages using PicMonkey - Five sixteenths blog
  6. How I Use: DIYFish Monthly Chart - Filofax Lifestyle
  7. My dark mint Kikki K is here! - LoveAllPlanners
  8. Quick post: what came in the VdS goody bag! - Random Pastimes of a Restless Mind
  9. Handling Bills in Your Planner - Planner Fun
  10. How to Use the Notes Space on a Weekly Spread - Giftie Etcetera
  11. D2P 2016 nicht mehr erhältlich  - Filomaniac
  12. 3 Van Der Spek ‘Louis Vuitton Leather’ organisers - This Bug's Life
  13. A Sense of Relief with GTD - GTD
  14. Lamy Al-Star & Filofax Notebook Package Set Overview - Goulet Pens
  15. What is your planner story (Filofax, Midori Traveler's Notebook etc.)? My Summer Touch
  16. WKND agenda – space for the weekend in your ring bound planner! - AVxo
  17. A New Family Member! - Adventures in Trying to Organise my Life
  18. Reviewing the Filofax Pennybridge iPad case - MacPsych
  19. 5 Ways to Write a Schedule in a Planner - Giftie Etcetera
  20. New! Personal Size Daily Page [printable] - Planner Fun
  21. Spue/Spew and your leather binders or Traveler’s notebooks - This Bug's Life
  22. One size down: Filofax personal with DIYFish 2.2 inserts - From Chaos to Order
  23. Planner | Stretch Your Daisy Day Planner Pages with Planner Stickers - Happie Scrappie
  24. PINK PLANNER! Gillio Compagna in Epoca Pink! - OATTblog
  25. Top 10 tips for making lists - Richard Branson
  26. Page marker with daily routine - From Chaos to Order
  27. How to Plan Ahead Without Writing on Daily Pages - Homemakers Daily
  28. Choose Which Tasks You Will Drop Today - Time Management Ninja
  29. How to Break Down a Task - Homemakers Daily
  30. Planner Tabs: The Case for Less Than a Handful - Giftie Etcetera
  31. Planner Friday - June - She's Eclectic
  32. Grocery Lists in Your Planner - Planner Fun
  33. A change in Planner Peace! - It's Bluetiger
  34. Filofax Friday – Self Care Planning - Renew Your Space
  35. Free printable: Daily/weekly/monthly review checklists - From Chaos to Order
  • We monitor over 400 blogs and sites, your Filofax/Organiser blog posts could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
  • We can not guarantee people will read your posts, but we know there is a higher chance of people reading your posts and returning to read other posts if you make them interesting with pictures and good hints and tips. Do not forget to give your posts a title... 
  • Your Filofax/Organiser posts could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
  • For some general tips on Filofax Blogging, please see this post
We are on the look out for more people to take part in Reader Under the Spotlight. If you would like to appear in this feature then please contact Steve : philofaxy at gmail dot com  Thank you.

And here are a selection of the latest Filofax videos for your enjoyment.
  1. Filofax Update: set up Metropol A5 - Kimsbloglife
  2. Set up | Filofax The Original - WAARUUM
  3. Spring Filofax Setup! ❤ [Personal Saffiano] - Kendra Lea
  4. My Domino A5 filofax set up - Elle Wilson
  5. DIY Personal Sized Monogramed Notes Pages for Filofax, Kikki K, Etc Using PicMonkey! - Moe Howard
  6. Setup Update: Grey Pocket Filofax Apex as a Financial Planner - Paperhappymiss
  7. DIYFish system in Filofax personal size planner - From Chaos to Order
  8. Filofax A5 Domino Patent Turqouise review! - Vegan Organizer 
  9. How to Install Binder Rings on a Filofax Mini - Southern Momma
  10. mein filofax ♥ | update | aufgehübscht ♥ | setup | Mai 2015 - Jessie Diary
  11. Filofax Setup: Personal Domino Patent Turquoise - missfilofax
  12. review filofax nude francais - jessie james
  13. 2015 Filofax Set Up- Part 2 - CreativePlanner
  14. ❤Filofax Saffiano Personal Organizer❤ Organizzazione 2015 - ValentinaoOo
  15. PINK PLANNER LOVE!! Gillio Medium Compagna Unboxing! - OATTblog
  16. DIY Paperclips For Your Filofax Planner - Mits T
  • For tips on how to improve your videos, please see this post.  Also this video too Webfinds 
  • Your Filofax/Organiser Videos could appear in this list, just contact philofaxy at gmail dot com to be added to our monitoring list. 
My Week Posts
  1. My week #18 - She's Eclectic
  2. Weekly Post #89 - Miss Mai's Adventures
  3. Filofax Friday Week 20! - 20 Something Living Life
  4. My week #160 - Paper Lovestory
  5. My Week #19 (2015) - Joanny White
  6. This Weeks Decorated Pages // Week 20 - Hey Charlie
  7. Weekly Post #90 - Miss Mai's Adventures
  8. My Layout This Week - Planner Fun
  9. This week - One in a minion! - Mrs Brambles
  10. Last week at a glance - Seaweed Kisses
Here are some Philofaxy posts you might have missed this week:
  1. Reader Under The Spotlight - April
  2. Organiser Sizes
  3. Free For All Tuesday No. 223
  4. Van Der Spek Touch Me Model Range
  5. Philofaxy Meet Up - Los Angeles - 5th July 2015
  6. Free For All Friday No. 339 by Anita
Enjoy

15 May 2015

Free For All Friday No. 339 by Anita

Due to some on-going illness and injury (nothing serious luckily), I've found that recently I just don't have the energy to get the stuff done that I normally would. It would be very easy for me not to use my Filofax, but I've found that in the past this just makes me feel worse and it's harder to catch up when I am back to 100%.

Right now, I'm barely using my normal sections, but I have a master list right at the front and am using this to help me prioritise from everything else. It occurred to me that whilst I'm still recovering, this gives me a better sense of where to start in my backlog and helps prevent me from feeling overwhelmed.

Do you use a simplified version of your set up in a similar way, or is it just easy to adapt it to your energy levels or commitments?

And as always on Fridays, please feel free to discuss anything ring-binder related.
Have a great weekend.  
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