Monday, January 2, 2017

Franklin Covey compact size inserts in Filofax personal size Malden

I see this question so often so I decided to show my Filofax that I'm now using for my work planner. There's a slight amount of overhang but I actually like seeing the tabs.
Franklin Covey Blooms month on two pages have colorful tabs

They barely touch the strap

I prefer the wider writing area

Sunday, January 1, 2017

Quick Pocket Filofax Malden flip through



page finders from https://www.etsy.com/shop/filoaddict
flyleafs (flyleaves?) from https://www.etsy.com/shop/Shopmichaelnicole
graph and dot grid paper from Handy Forms
Frixion refillable pen (I replaced the 5mm with 7mm)

Monday, December 26, 2016

Filofax Mini Flatability Comparison

My Filofax Mini collection has grown; all but two were pre-loved. I finally found a brand new Malden mini on the UK eBay site. Out of all of them, only two had any flatability whatsoever. They're wonderful as wallets, and as you can see, I only collect those that have the full wallet pocket in the back.


Cross, Chameleon, Amazona in bone, black, red, Topaz, Malden


Only two in the whole bunch will stay open at all and perhaps this is because of the wallet pocket.
Malden and Topaz


The rest of them close right back even after pressing open
My goal in the next two years is to simplify my life that I'll only need a mini planner to use as both a wallet and planner. The only two I can see out of this collection to use for this are the Malden and Topaz.

In case you missed it, here's my credit card holder hack.

The Amazonas are so glamorous I will make them work no matter what!

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Pocket Filofax fun

Really love what I got from Filoaddict on Etsy

Maybe it's me, but I had a hard time finding page finders that are clear for pocket sized Filofaxes. This pocket Amazona is soooo pretty I only have been using it sparingly. It's shiny, it's red, and that's basically all I need to love something.

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