It’s not about having time, it’s about making it | 2017 planners

I have been pretty busy working on a very cool project this week, of which I hopefully can show you more of in the upcoming weeks. When working towards the deadline of a project I think planning is one of the most important things. These are the moments I love to use my Moleskine books, I always have a few at home and at the moment my notebooks and planner for both 2016 and 2017 are always by my side, I just love this pile of black books!

2017 is approaching really fast, did you get your new planner yet, or are you more the calendar type of person. A really cute one I found at Habitare from Finnish brand Miiko, they have several paper goods of which many in black and white with cute drawings of animals and I had to bring it home as a souvenir… I do have to check the site to see if I am using the right month, but thats all part of the souvenir fun isn’t it. I decided to use a clipboard for the monthly calendar but you can also choose to make a collage on your wall with it!
I am a bit over the black and white posters with texts on it but I do love the bold numbers on the day calendar that kind of last forever You can of course use it as a reminder what day of the month you are at, or simply use it to display your favourite number like I did in the picture above! The Perpetual Calendar is by Tom Pigeon… and wow! He must have the same favourite numbers as me as I discovered when looking for another picture at the website !

For 2017 I also got sent this pretty hardcover planner by the Vrolijk fabriek the web shop of design Studio Vrolijk. Next to a weekly calendar on the left, there’s plenty of space to write down notes on the right, just like I like it. The agenda also contains a weekly inspirational quote about growth, development, spirituality and nature, space for your focus that week and a gratitude reminder about growth, development, spirituality and nature, I simply love the beautiful cover.  What’s your favourite planner?

pictures by vosgesparis | second picture by Tom Pigeon