You might have noticed the names of some of our planners are a bit different. Sometimes we get questions as to the meanings behind our planner names. I’m happy to explain!
Our parent company is in France, which influences the names of many of our planners. Some examples:
@thejournalenthusiast asked on our recent Instagram post why our large day per page planner is called the Journal 21. Great question! It’s Journal as in “jour” which is the French word for day, because it’s a day per page planner. And 21 because it’s 21 cm tall (which is 8 1/4 inches).
Another example of French influence in the planner name is the Hebdo planner. Hebdo means “weekly” in French.
A planner name that sounds English is the Minister, but in this case it means the European version of the word, as in a government minister (like the Prime Minister). The Minister is one of Quo Vadis’s most popular planner formats around the world!
You can see the entire lineup of Quo Vadis planners available in the USA at QuoVadisPlanners.com.
To find Quo Vadis planners wherever you are in the world, see this post!