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05 July 2015

Reader Under The Spotlight - Mia

Today I would like to introduce you to Mia. 

Hello! My name is Mia and I am a psychotherapist and doctoral student living in the great Pacific Northwest region of the U.S.  I live with my amazing wife Jenn and our two quadruped children: a Bernese Mountain dog and Exotic Shorthair cat.  My passions include cooking, food growing, paddleboarding, concerts, and social justice issues.

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

I remember as a child going into JK Gill (a now-defunct stationery store here in the US) and salivating over the Filofaxes, but not understanding the prices and feeling they were far out of range for me. So my first few decades of formal organization were using spiral-bound, cheap MO2P planners. I kept them over the years, it is funny to look back and see what I was doing/studying on a particular day long ago.

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

I have been eyeing Gillio and Mulberry, but have not yet taken the plunge!  I am particularly drawn to the new Acid Green Mia Cara that Gillio has been showing.

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

Definitely the Akiko, but I wish she made them in more realistic sizes. I would get a personal or A5 size from her in a heartbeat. My life has a lot of sections that need space to be represented.  My go-to is an A5 Original as it is large enough to handle wear and stuffing.

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

I recently found the Osterleys, and was able to track down the grey in all four sizes. I am not sure that I will keep them, but it is great to see the different sizes in person and see how they fit with different organizational needs. The compact and personal seem ideally suited for budgeting, checks/cash and cards.  I love the color but am skeptical about the sturdiness of the finish…and for that reason, they may find other homes at some point.  I have about 8 Filofaxes and 1 Akiko at this time.

5. What is the oldest organiser in your collection?

Probably the Osterleys, sadly. I am on the hunt for the perfect worn-out vintage model, I like things with histories of their own and proven staying power.

6. What do you use your organisers for?

The Akiko is my wallet, with space for cash, cards, and my iPhone 6 which fits perfectly inside. I use two A5 Originals, one for my daily carry and one for keeping track of the nonprofit organization I am starting (membership/stakeholders, mission statement,  workflow, status of applications, website, donors, etc).  I am still perfecting my budget system, which will likely be housed in a personal grey Osterley.

7. How many sections do you have in your organiser and what is each section used for?

The main carry has MO2P, budget (tracking bills assigned to different pay periods, how I break up my dissertation payments, and a place to double check when an expected electronic payment has been completed). I also have a section for tracking gardening issues, travel plans, notes from my work meetings,  and a section in which I frankened a sheet of stiff plastic to hold a notepad for to-do lists. That section also has a pocket feature to house torn-out lists that are still relevant.

8. What was the feature about Filofax you like most?

The endless options for customization!

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

Probably more non-cloth, vegan cover options. There are a lot of great non-animal, well-wearing materials out there that I think Filofax should be exploring.

10. How do you carry your Filofax?

My daily carry is in my regular bag, a 10-year old Coach black leather shopper. I do not use a sleeve or other protector. I do carry my keys clipped to my bag and my pens in a pocket, so there is not too much scratchy stuff floating about.

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

I am not exquisitely enthused about the current lineup. I do carry an A5 Pillarbox Red Original as my everyday/everywhere planner.  It is a great workhorse of a planner and the red is an oft-underrated classic blue toned red. I don’t baby it at all and it still looks exactly the same.

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

Probably my Akiko. It was specially made of gothic-style embossed pewter-toned leather and is my daily carry as a wallet.  It was…expensive.

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

I love pockets in my sections, and have never found the right ones pre-made. I take file folders and cut them down into size, using washi to secure, punching them and using for receipts, tear-out pages, lists, etc.  When I make them myself, I can adjust the side the envelope/pocket opens to and the necessary capacity.

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

I enjoy the profiles, seeing the varied people who also enjoy planning. And the scans of old Filofax catalogs, and previews of new items coming up!

15. And what do you not like about Philofaxy?

The adspot is a bit outdated.

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

Interpol, Evil and Slow Hands

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

I would like to, if they ever come to my area! The summer tour this year doesn’t come to my neck of the woods.

18. What was the last movie you watched?

Ex Machina

19. What was the last book you read?

Current read: Gender Trouble, by Judith Butler. The most recent completed book is The life changing magic of tidying up, by Marie Kondo.

Thank you Mia.

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.

04 July 2015

Web Finds - 4 July 2015

So I hope you have had a good week.

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. COMPARISON: ORIGINAL VS MALDEN (personal size) - Random Pastimes of a Restless Mind
  2. The Planner and The Organiser - Just Happy Me
  3. My new Van der Spek planner - Love All Planners
  4. 365/30: July's List - Filomaniac
  5. Pen Color Matters on your Planner Pages - Homemakers Daily
  6. Inspire Me - I'm British, So Filofax
  7. Pimp My Planner, 1st Saffiano Edition - Dianne Sylvan
  8. Personal Size Graph Paper [printable] - Planner Fun
  9. This was today ::: planner-pimping! - Just Happy Me
  10. ADD style planning - From Chaos to Order
  11. July Dashboard {Free Printable} - Strange & Charmed
  12. Washi Tape Inventory [printable] - Planner Fun
  13. Breaking News: Planner Addict Realizes She’s Hit Bottom - I'm British, So Filofax
  14. Tracking your Goals - Planner People
  15. Dated Week on 2 Pages - Aug 2015 - Dec 2016 [printable] - Planner Fun
  16. FAQ's - Filoally
  17. A Filofax Holborn Update - Life of Kitty
  18. 365/30: Could you only use one book for all your planning? - Filomaniac
  19. All Hail the King!: The (Lucky) 7th Philofaxy New York City Meet-Up - Well Planned Life
  20. Slimline scarlet Adelphi - Paper Pens Ink
  21. Prácticalmente olvidado: using my planner to learn a language. - Just Happy Me
  22. How to Use a Planner regularly (Filofax) - My Summer Touch
  23. The Power of a Focus Section {Filofax Friday} - Renew Your Space
  24. 2016 Dated Daily Pages Plus Pages for July - December 2015 [printable] - Planner Fun
  25. Pink. Pink. Can’t get enough Pink! - I'm British, So Filofax
  26. Large Lilac Kikkik Review - Filoally
  27. How to build your perfect planner system? Week 4: Organize your stuff! - From Chaos to Order
  28. How I plan my day - House of Lotte
  29. Planner Pitfalls - Stationery Starlet
  30. REVIEW: Personal Guildford Filofax - Random Pastimes of a Restless Mind
  31. How to use Life Mapping Charts? - DiY Fish
  32. How I have organised my filofax to start #Onebookjuly2015 - Life of a would be artist
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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 Guildford Review - Randompastimes
  2. Purple Patent Pocket Filofax Update July 2015 - Emily Leonard
  3. ❤ Wie ich Filofax Einlagen erstelle + Gratis-Download ❤ - Yasemin Plannertastic
  4. What's Inside my Filofax (Gillio) - Read, Write, Plan
  5. One book July 2015 Day 1 in my pocket filofax - Tracy Reinhardt
  6. Diario DIY + aggiornamento setup filofax - Manu S
  7. MEIN ERSTER FILOFAX (unboxing) - Nathalie B
  8. Filofax pocket patent duck egg view - TheMiniBakery
  9. My Filofax Collection & Mini Review; - Nova Alexander
  10. Filofax Butterfly Personal Organiser - Love
  11. What's In My Pocket Filofax [wallet] - Homemaker on the homefront
  12. Filofax malden used as a wallet - Purpleglitterkisses
  • 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. This weeks pages - Have a Monster of a good time! - Mrs Brambles
  2. Week of 6/29: Decorated Pages! - Live. Love. Planners
  3. My week #26 - She's Eclectic
  4. My week #167 - Paper Lovestory
  5. My Week #26 (2015) - Joanny White
  6. Minimalist Decorated Planner Pages - Planner Fun
  7. Week Twenty Eight - Stationery Starlet
  8. Week planner 98# - 99# - 100# - Lucy Wonderland
Here are some Philofaxy posts you might have missed this week:
  1. Reader Under The Spotlight - Samantha
  2. Philofaxy Denver Meet Up - June 2015
  3. Free For All Tuesday No 230
  4. Planner Palooza - Pasadena, CA - LAST CALL
  5. Experienced Filofax User - Anita
  6. Free For All Friday - No 356 by Steve
Enjoy

03 July 2015

Free For All Friday - No 356 by Steve

Welcome to Free For All Friday with me in Los Angeles... we arrived late afternoon on Thursday.

As we have been moving around so much from place to place, there have been lots of things to remember in this trip, at first I wasn't writing things down, big mistake.

I've started using my Van der Spek Senior size (A6) organiser mainly because it's small and very portable. My A5 I would normally be using takes up too much of the limited table (desk) space in most of the places we are staying in!

As this is Friday you are of course free to discuss anything Filofax or other brands of ring bound organiser related topics.

02 July 2015

Experienced Filofax User - Anita

This week Anita shares with us how she has developed the use of her organisers. 

1. When did you start using an organiser?

I purchased my first Filofax in 2009, a cherry personal Classic. I had been looking at leather refillable notebooks as I wanted something beautiful & hardwearing that I would enjoy using, so unsurprisingly came across Filofax.

2. How has your use of an organiser changed over the years?

I've discovered over time that the personal size suits me the most as it's the best compromise between portability & page size. I have tried using a slimline as my main planner (too slim) & also an A5 (too big to carry around).  Over the years, my binder has become more messy (as I'm working on being less of a perfectionist) & I love this as it means that I use it much more & consequently feel much more content with it. My set up rarely changes as I know that it works for me, so I try not to mess around with it.

3. Which diary format works best for you and why?

I have a confession, I don't use a paper diary! Some years ago, I did use a mini as my wallet & diary, but unfortunately found the diary pages too small & it was difficult to get change out of the zipped pocket. I currently use Google calendar on my iPod touch, but I may return to a paper diary one day. My preference would be a week on two pages as I find there's enough space without taking up too much space in my binder.

4. What other information do you keep and maintain in your organiser. 

Pretty much everything. I use it as a notebook, for favourite recipes, inspirational quotes, my to-dos by context (phone, Mac, home etc.), planning projects & a small amount of reference info that I regularly refer to.

5. Do you use a 'system' of organisation, and how does it work in your Filofax?

I read David Allen's book Getting Things Done & thought that a Filofax would be a perfect place to keep everything in one place. You can find details about my system and I have just plonked the contents into the Winchester that I am now using.

6. What routines and structures do you use?

I do a fairly regular review using this checklist from Getting Things Done. It's not done weekly, but I find that overall it helps me get everything back up to date & feeling in control again

A the beginning of my to-do lists section, I keep a separate sheet for my most important tasks for the upcoming week (MITs). I've tried a number of ways of keeping this information (Dodo pad, old diary inserts, lined paper & printing out a blank month from Google calendar), but I generally find the simplest is the best, so I just use lined or blank paper now

I've recently started using the Pomodoro technique. I don't strictly stick to everything in the technique, but find that using a timer really helps me focus & the short breaks mean that I can concentrate for longer periods more easily

7. Do you use one binder or several, and if several, how do you use them?

I currently own & use two binders, my personal Winchester  and my A5 Hamilton. My Winchester is my extended brain & is the one that I always reach for to figure out what needs doing, or if I need to make a note about something. I use my A5 to help me plan projects, keep project support material, reading material & help me sort out my paperwork. I couldn't imagine being without my personal one, but I fairly regularly question my need for an A5 as I would much prefer keeping everything in one binder. However, I can find the personal size paper a bit too small for planning & I make sure that all the actionable stuff goes into my Winchester, so that I don't end up needing to look in two places.

Thank you Anita, I've had a good response from people wanting to take part in this series. I look forward to receiving responses back from people.

If you would like to take part in this series please email steve@philofaxy.com and mark your email 'Experienced Filofax User'

01 July 2015

Planner Palooza - Pasadena, CA - LAST CALL


The Tea Rose Garden is now fully booked, unless someone decides to cancel! Don't worry, we have extended the event at Vroman's Bookstore to accommodate more people!

Anyone is FREE to attend!!! We have set up some great activities which is sure to be tons of planner fun! You will also have the chance to win some great giveaway prizes! Don't miss your chance to connect with the planner community and meet me, Vienna (My_Planner) and Steve Morton (Mr. Philofaxy). 


If you are still interested in attending, you must book your reservation at
https://v1.bookwhen.com/mypurpleylife -----> Select "Book Now" for Planner Palooza- Pasadena, CA --->  then select "Vroman's Bookstore RSVP".

*ONLY 17 MORE SPOTS LEFT!!!!* Last day to RSVP is Thursday, July 2!!!!

*Those who are already booked for the Tea Rose Garden, already have a spot reserved for Vroman's Bookstore.*

Thank you to Jennifer 'My Purpley Life' for organising this event.

29 June 2015

Philofaxy Denver Meet Up - June 2015

Another week another meet up, this trend continues for yet another week. So we flew from Washington D.C. to Denver on Thursday. Denver is often called the 'Mile High City'. It sits at 5280 feet above sea level, so I was warned about being short of breath, to drink plenty of water and avoid drinking too much alcohol, wise words indeed.

We were here because my wife Alison was speaking at the Historical Novelists Conference in Denver at a hotel south of the city. This was the view from our 11th floor hotel room.


So whilst she was doing her presentations and attending other conference sessions I took a walk to the local light railway station to catch a train/tram in to the city and then jump on a bus to get to 6th Avenue where I was due to meet up with a group of our readers at 'The Stationery Company'

Lin Logan the owner of the shop, very kindly let us sit around a large table so we could get out all of our organisers and sit and chat for an hour or so. We also had a look at their Filofax stock and the inserts they had in stock.

There were seven people at the meet up including me. It was a pleasure to meet everyone of course, it is what I look forward to with all of the meet ups. But Denver was a bit special in a few ways, please excuse me while I mention a few names.

First of all it was lovely to see Theresa Hall again. The last time we saw each other was at the Gillio event in Brussels in March this year.

Theresa and Steve

Waiting for me outside the store for others to arrive, was long standing Philofaxy reader who comments under the name of Crofter  his real life name is Richard. It was an honour to meet Richard as he has been commenting on the blog longer than I have. For some reason I always thought Richard was in UK... clearly I got that wrong!

Richard and I got to chat about several topics so it was a pleasure to fill in some of the gaps in the jigsaw of knowledge.  Having seen the way that Richard uses his Filofax organisers, I've asked him if he would be happy at some time in the future to do one of our 'Experienced Filofax Users' questions and answer sessions. Trust me it will be worth waiting for.

Everyone got a chance to look at all the various organisers that everyone had brought along. Before the next meet up, I will show you the collection I'm carrying around at the moment!

L-R Anna, Theresa, Angel and Richard

L-R Theresa, Angel and Richard

L-R Anna, Theresa, Angel

L-R Brenda, Richard, Bridgette

L-R Bridgette, Anna, Theresa, Angel

L-R Anna, Theresa, Angel

Bridgette and Anna

The large ring Franklin Covey can certainly hold a lot!
Time moved on and it was time to move on to the nearby restaurant for some food. We continued our conversations there over our lunch.


Because we had started relatively early (10am) we finished our meet up by mid-afternoon and we said our goodbyes. Like Washington last week, I'm sure there will be another meet up in the future in Denver.

I would like to thank everyone that came to the meet up, it was great fun as always, and lovely to put faces to names at last!.

Thank you to Lin Logan at 'The Stationery Company' for letting us host the first part of our meet up at her shop.

Thank you to Anna for organising the event on my behalf. Thank you also to Bridgette kindly gave me a lift back to my hotel.

Next stop Los Angeles next weekend.



28 June 2015

Reader Under The Spotlight - Samantha

Today I would like to introduce you to Samantha

My name is Samantha and I live in the UK with my husband and youngest son.  The eldest is currently living in halls at University and went away with his first Filofax that I made up for him with custom dividers, he’s coming home soon for summer and has already asked me for a new Filofax, my husband also has his own personal Ranger and loves it so my job here is done!  I have my two dogs, a Chow Chow and a mongrel, three cats and I am babysitting a python until eldest son has his own place, although I’m not sure whether I will want to give him back!

I do have a blog and it can be found at http://bluetigersworld.blogspot.co.uk

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

My very first organiser was given to me as a leaving present from my first job, I can’t remember what it was but I don’t think it was the Filofax brand, it was personal size though and I used it for a long time!

The first one I remember buying was a personal leather Collins Stirling pocket organiser with purse in 2002 for £26.99 at Staples.  I used this daily for probably about 10 years until the lining in the purse section started ripping and I was losing my coins in the lining!  It was replaced by a Pocket Deco in ivory (which incidentally I traded with Rebecca for my red Kate Spade Wellesley!).

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

Collins, Filofax, Kate Spade, Franklin Covey and more recently Van Der Spek along with a few other non-brands.

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

Without a doubt it has to be Van Der Spek Touch Me in both Senior and A5 Manager.

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

I have recently culled my collection and don’t have that many left now, these are:

  1. Mini Domino in Pink
  2. Mini Chameleon in Raspberry
  3. Pocket Chameleon in Raspberry
  4. Pocket Finsbury in unique handpainted purple
  5. Company Saffiano in Raspberry
  6. Slimline Regency in Black
  7. Pocket Aston in Black
  8. Pocket Collins Stirling
  9. Personal Aston in Black
  10. Personal Finsbury in Brown
  11. Personal Deco in Ruby
  12. Personal Portland in Black
  13. Personal Kate Spade Wellesley in Garnet Red
  14. Senior Van Der Spek Touch Me in Black
  15. Senior Van Der Spek Touch Me in Brown
  16. A5 Van Der Spek Touch Me in Brown with 35mm rings!
  17. A5 Bronze Domino Snake
  18. A5 Aston in Black
  19. A5 Cuban Zip in Saddle Brown
  20. 2 x A5 Filofax Flex in Magenta and Purple

Oh wow, I didn’t realise there was still that many!!

5. What is the oldest organiser in your collection?

The Collins Stirling since 2002 now looking used and abused!

6. What do you use your organisers for?

At this very moment in time I am using my Pocket Finsbury as I was trying to downsize the weight in my bag!  Although from September last year up to very recently I was in my Senior VDS in Brown and I will probably end up back in that one as I found it to be the best size ever!  I have just printed off some new inserts for it as I am missing it too much so tonight I am moving back in!

The A5 VDS is my ‘me’ binder where I write things only pertaining to me and my hopes, dreams, aspirations or anything else that I feel the need to write!  It also houses my Leonie Dawson Workbook for Amazing Year 2015 along with some other workbooks that are along the same line.

The A5 Cuban is being made into a household binder with all the things my husband and family might need in the even that I am not here – sounds a bit morbid but as I run the entire household including all our bank accounts etc and most of the information is in my head I think I need to be a bit more organised should the unthinkable happen!

The A5 Aston is my health and fitness planner that has a workout calendar and other useful printouts from The Polka Dot Posie on Etsy.  This also has anything that I think would be helpful to have in this kind of planner, dietary advice, exercise routines, etc.

7. How many sections do you have in your organiser and what is each section used for?

In my everyday carry (no matter which one it is!) I only have my calendar and then notepaper.  I don't use dividers with tabs but I do have glittery pages and postcards and photographs dotted throughout just for something nice to look at.

8. What was the feature about Filofax you like most?

I love being able to customise.  I am not a decorator really but I do love having sparkly dividers – all un-tabbed of course – but it adds a touch of glitz to whichever planner I am using at the time.

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

I love the big back pockets, I love having a gusseted zip pocket and a large enough pen loop to accommodate my favourite pens.  It would also feature decent enough paper so I could use my fountain pen without having to source/create my own inserts.

10. How do you carry your Filofax?

Loose in my handbag.

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

I’m not keen on any of them to be honest.  I much prefer the Van Der Spek range and consider those to be the best of the best in quality, value for money and superior service.

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

Probably the A5 Van Der Spek Touch Me with 35mm rings but it was worth every single penny!

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

I love the little stickers that my friend has made for me to indicate occasions such as coffee – shopping – holiday – me time – remember, etc.  And I have fluorescent arrow stickers that I bought from Tesco that I use to highlight important things.  These are the only decorations I use.

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

I love the community spirit, the ideas and the knowledge there are other people out there who are as geeky as me!  The web finds are my favourite!

15. And what do you not like about Philofaxy?

Absolutely nothing!

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

All the albums by The Pretty Reckless

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

Not yet, and yes I do!

18. What was the last movie you watched?

Unfortunately it was Postman Pat - The Movie - while babysitting my nephew, I found it to be quite disturbing actually!

19. What was the last book you read?

I am currently reading Kate Mosse's Citadel - or trying to, it's pretty hard going as I'm still trying to get into it!

Thank you Samantha.

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.

27 June 2015

Web Finds - 27 June 2015

So I hope you have had a good week. I'm currently in Denver.

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. Imy Webfinds #1 - Imysworld
  2. A Filofax Love Affair - Gala Darling << the post that started Webfinds a few years ago!
  3. Filofax Inspired WO2P with Schedule [printable] - Planner Fun
  4. Time management Monday: Actual downtime - Quo Vadis
  5. A day at work for my VDS undyed – heading for 8 months - This Bug's Life
  6. Planner Use: More Ideas for Determining Priorities - Homemakers Daily
  7. Aktenzeichen FF ungelöst: Wer kennt diesen Planer? - Filomaniac
  8. Half Size Week on One Page [printable] - Planner Fun
  9. How to build your perfect planner system? Week 3: Create an INBOX! - From Chaos to Order
  10. Filofax Limited Anniversary Edition Union Jack Edition - This Bug's Life
  11. My New Malden A5 in Purple - My Filofax Fixation
  12. New Dividers and Dashboard - Stationery Starlet
  13. A Must See Planner Blog: Philofaxy - Planner Fun
  14. Sneak preview of the next comparison - Random Pastimes of a Restless Mind
  15. Facebook Ring Organiser, Hobonichi, TN and Planner groups - This Bug's Life
  16. Das 8. Meet up in München - Filomaniac 
  17. Planner collection update - It's Blue Tiger
  18. A Peek Inside My A5 - Filioally 
  19. Classic GTD set up in a planner (Filofax) - My Summer Touch
  20. Neuheiten 2015 (8): Lockwood - Filomaniac
  21. How to Remember Your Reminders {Filofax Friday} - Renew Your Space
  22. Tricks for Planning Projects - Giftie Etcetera
  23. Filofax in the Workplace - PaperCutterz
  24. Color Crush Pages - Bits and Pieces
  25. How I use Multiple Planners - Mrs Brambles
  26. Summer Fun Notes for Personal Size Planners [printable] - Planner Fun
  27. Filofax as a reading journal - Stationery Starlet
  28. Daily Planning with DIY Inserts - Studio L2e
  29. 5 Reasons You Should Keep All Your Notes in One Place - Time Management Ninja
  30. COMPARISON: ORIGINAL VS HOLBORN (personal size) - Random Pastimes of a Restless Mind
  31. My New Color Coding System! - Live Love Planners
  32. Why I got a Filofax - Living Life in Docs
  • 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 Pocket Windsor Burgundy - Mits T
  2. My FiloFax Summer Setup & Transition - BusyBee Kyla
  3. My very first black leather personal size filofax! - Sweetgelly
  4. Unboxing a Pocket Ochre Filofax Malden Zip - Kent from Oz
  5. Filofax setup June 2015 - GreySkySaturday
  6. Plan With Me 2015 (Week 24) - Filofax Personal - Courtney Reed
  7. Pocket Filofax unboxing - pennybridge and chameleon - Organisedlifestyle
  8. Filofax Apex Pocket in Black Review and Set-Up Video - Horizon1322
  9. Filofax Setup Domino A5 ♥ Deutsch - FilofaxPrinzessin
  10. ✎ Filofax Deko - Sweet Doll | #FilofaxFriday - Angel's Beautywelt
  • 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 #166 - Paperlove Story
  2. My week #25 - She's Eclectic
  3. My Week #25 (2015) - Joanny White
  4. Week Twenty Seven - Stationery Starlet
  5. This weeks pages - tell your story! - Mrs Brambles
  6. Weekly Decoration #7 - Filophilista
  7. Weekly Post #96 - Miss Mae's Adventures
  8. Week of 6/22: Decorated Pages! - Live Love Planners
  9. Filofax Friday Week 27! - 20 Something Living Life
Here are some Philofaxy posts you might have missed this week:
  1. Reader Under The Spotlight - Bonnie
  2. Philofaxy Washington Meet Up - June 2015
  3. Free For All Tuesday No 229
  4. Guest Post - Looking for the middle way, via Japan...
  5. Media Announcement: Gillio announce the availabili...
  6. Guest Post - Notes in HBxWA5 - Part 2- By gmax
  7. Free for All Friday No. 345
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