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My Review Monday: Patent Filofax

My Review Monday: Charleston Filofax

First introduced in August 2013
"Luxurious buffalo leather with a rich varied grain, elegantly styled on a 1920s heritage look." -Filofax UK 
Filofax Purple Compact Charleston
Sizes: Pocket, Compact, A5 Color/s:  (3) Purple, Red, Brown Material: 
Material Exterior: full grain aniline finish buffalo leather Material Interior: exterior leather and polyester lightly corded lining - colour matched to leather Ring Sizes: Pocket:  15mm Compact: 15mm A5:  25mm

 Design Features:
Left Hand Details: six card pockets, one vertical slip pocket Right Hand Details: two pockets, one vertical slip pocket Diary Type: week on two pages English 12 month diary - cotton cream Features: please note: due to the unique nature of buffalo leather, the grain will vary from piece to piece - please see the image showing the variance. Closure Detail: round leather strap with small gold stud popper closure Pen Loop: one colour matched elastic pen loop

The Charle…

Month in Review - February 2014

I did a couple videos last month with regards to my planning system. If you are new to my blog, you will find weekly posts on how I used to decorate my planner pages. This year, I have been focusing more on how I actually use my planner. There has been some confusion as to how can I possibly plan on pages that are so heavily decorated with stickers, washi tape, different colour pens, different types of pens and stamps, and other things. I want to focus on how it is possible use an orgainser in a creative yet functional and effective manner.
If you haven't checked those videos out, please do so here:
and here:
 Last month, I used my Mint Green kikki - K Medium Time Planner which is now a discontinued model, as my every day carry (EDC). I used The Original A5 Patent Purple Filofax as my Home Management planner. I also used the Black Slimline Holborn Filofax as my wallet, which has been working out really well for me.

I continued to use the inserts which I printed out myself from Phi…