In the past I wrote a few (well, only four actually) guest posts over at Philofaxy (a.k.a. the Mother Ship). For those who haven't read them, or who want to reread them, here are the links (hope you don't mind this, Steve?).
Published 8th December 2010, when I had just downsized from A5 to Personal:
Task and time management in my personal crimson Malden
And from 7th August 2011, after my downsize from Personal to Pocket:
A pocket full of life - my pocket vintage pink Malden
Later followed a few months in Personal size, then a couple of months in the Women's Success Planner, after that back in my Personal Filofax and then in my Erin Condren Life Planner. Of course, I then missed the customisability of a Filofax, and at the same time I hit a workload Tornado. Which brought me back in square 1: in my A5 pink Finsbury Filofax (the one I orginally started in - how utterly and deeply ironic!).
My honest attempt to squeeze everything in a thinner A5 binder - my scarlet red Adelphi - failed as I kept tweaking my system and thus adding stuff.
Should you be interested in a peek-a-boo in the A5-setup, here are my two short vlogs on it:
Luckily, thanks to the great Swedish Train Robbery (yeah, you may google that!), I was able to add an A5 Finchley in Imperial Purple to my collection. With its 25 mm rings, it's just inbetween the Finsbury (30 mm) and the Adelphi (20 mm).
In a crafty moment - induced by Filofax' ongoing refusal to give us tabbed monthly pages - I made my own, and wrote about it on 19th February 2012:
Do it yourself: Tabbed monthly pages
Oh, and since I'm always on the hunt for nice paper, I also wrote a guestpost on my latest find. This is from
22th March 2012 on the Oxford International A5 Notebook
So, how's that for a first blogpost!