Notes inserts! (And giveaway.)

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People have long been asking for notes inserts they can tuck inside their planners, and I’m pleased to announce: they’re available! Each insertable booklet contains 16 blank, white pages, and fits into our Minister, Academic Minister, Space 24 and Scholar formats. Here’s what the cover looks like:

The suggested retail price is $2, and if there’s enough demand, we’ll roll them out to other formats and sizes.

In the meantime, we have a few samples to give away, so if you’re interested, comment on this post before Friday at 12:00 pm EST and we’ll pick the winners at random.

48 thoughts on “Notes inserts! (And giveaway.)

  1. How do I buy these “Notes”-I have been looking for an inexpensive thin journal for a women’s retreat and these look exactly like what I have been looking for.

  2. Wow! This new Quo Vadis product (notes inserts) looks great. I’ve been on the lookout for such an alternative for my Academic Minister. Congratulations! You’ve done a great service to Quoa Vadis affaciandos.

    BHASKAR SINHA

  3. Great idea! You can never have too many places for notes. I’m using a Space 24 this year, so would love to have a free set to try. Thanks!

  4. These will be great in my Septanote Academic planner for those projects I want to keep close track of. I could even see the need to have more than one. Having one dedicated to larger projects and including more than the usual amount of notes for just planning. More info could be tucked up in them. Great idea. You go Quo Vadis!

  5. That’s great! I use the later address booklets for an alphabetized collection of thoughts, but there’s always a lag time before I do so, for fear I’ll need them as … address books.

  6. Please insert me into your giveaway, I will make a note to check back later to see which way the wind blows. I use those thin note “pads” that are put out at seminars to keep notes in the books I read – this seems so much nicer. Thanks!

  7. Yahooo! Terrific idea. Next, I’d like to see the notepad inserts that fit my little note tray at work… Yes, I’m that taken with your paper. Count me in on the giveaway!

  8. When I carry my Equology Textagenda, there are always notes (or doodles) that I don’t want to keep in my planner. Looks like a great idea!

  9. Hm, notes inserts – never really thought of that! It would be nice to get some extra notes inserts for a planner, yeah. Sometimes the space in one just doesn’t cut it.

  10. Another great idea. This will I great with my scholar planner! This might be the perfect replacement for my moleskine cahiers. Thanks for the giveaway!

  11. Yay! This is what we’ve been needing. Are you going to offer multipacks?

    I don’t have planners in these formats at the moment, so I’ll be one of those waiting breathlessly to see how they do.

    Sneaky way of getting me to try a different format this year!

  12. I’ve been test driving a Notes insert, and I really like it. The paper is thick and lovely, there is lots of room to make lists and doodles on clean, unlined paper. It fits perfectly in the back of my planner, and I’ve clipped it so it opens to the calendar page which allows me to flip back and forth with ease. A great addition to the Quo Vadis line!

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