Trinote Review and Test Drive a Quo Vadis Giveaway

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Key Points:

  • 13 Months (December to December)
  • One week on 2 pages with notes
  • 90g fountain pen friendly paper
  • Tear off corners to week in progress
  • 3 mini months per week (top right corner)
  • 2 annual planning calendars
  • Size: 7 x 9 3/8” (18 x 24 cm)
  • Available in Texas, Club, Soho and Chelsea Leather

The Trinote a.k.a. THE GREATEST PLANNER IN THE WORLD! Okay I got carried away but I love the Trinote. I’ve tried out a few different planners before I found this one (Monthly 4, Minister, a daily) but while each held their own nothing compares to what the Trinote offers me. Picking a planner is a subjective decision. You need what works best for you and your schedule. The Trinote works on an 8 AM to 9 PM schedule and if you work the night shift for example this may not be the best format for you (although you could make it work!).

What I like best about the Trinote is the copious amounts of space I get for notes. I like the structure of the time schedule but I really value space to write a quick note that doesn’t necessarily match a time. I know I need to buy milk on Thursday but I don’t know if I’ll buy the milk at 9 AM or 5 PM. Each day of the week also has a box right under the date for priorities. There’s enough space for 2 or 3 major things you need to know about (deadlines, medical appointments, business lunches). The week starts on Monday so if you’re a Sunday is the first day of the week person you may not like this (but also come on, the week starts on Monday!). You also get your standard maps, references, international holidays, index, addresses book and all the little touches that make a planner a Quo Vadis. As well as our Anno-Planning system for 2 years (what’s Anno-Planning? Learn about it here!).

I’ve found the Trinote great for keeping tracking of even small appointments and things to do. Because there is so much space available I can put down just about everything that goes on in the day without missing a beat. If you find that you have a lot of smaller things that build up daily and find that some things slip through the crack this format is for you. If you seem to have 2 or 3 big things and rarely write down smaller notes or events maybe the Monthly 4 is more your speed.

Want to try a Trinote yourself? You’re in luck because we’re giving away 3 2014 edition Trinote in Texas covers. I have 1 each of red, purple and black Texas covers available. To keep things simple 3 people will be randomly selected and mailed a color. Good luck!

Submissions end February 28th!

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