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Archive for August, 2011

Head on over to the blog Peaceable Writer for this month’s Carnival of Pen, Pencil and Paper.

  • Take a sneak peek at a notebook addict’s notebooks shelf at Futurebird.
  • Check out the Dotted Webbie at Julie’s blog, Whatever.
  • Discover how to use fountain pen ink as highlighter at Diane’s blog, Lady Dandelion.

Many more great posts can be found at Peaceable Writer.

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Moleskine's new Limited Edition Peanuts Planners are available in both weekly and daily formats and large and small sizes.

Moleskine has many new items for 2012 and some of my favorites are the new Limited Edition Peanuts Planners.

Crisp white illustrations silk-screened on the covers infuse light-hearted artwork by Charles Schultz while maintain Moleskine’s minimal style. The illustrations continue on the inside of the planner’s covers including the address book.

The daily planners feature an illustration of Snoopy piloting his doghouse.

Daily and weekly planning formats are available in both large and small sizes. The daily planners feature a one-page-per-day planning format. The weekly planners have the week-to-view on the left page and a full ruled page for notes on the right.

A limited-edition postcard and address book are included in each Peanuts planner.

Daily planners feature one-page-per-day planning.

Peanuts fans can find these planners and more at JournalingArts.com.

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Which planner do you prefer, a paper calender or an electronic calender?

A friend of mine recently alerted me to an article in the New York Times about our society’s continued move towards an electronic lifestyle that outlined some of the pros and cons of paper and electronic calenders. Where do you stand on this issue? Do you prefer a paper planner, an electric planner or a combination of both?

Check out the New York Times article here: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/31/fashion/calendar-wars-pit-electronics-against-paper.html?_r=1&src=me&ref=style

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