Sarah at The Pen Addict reviewed the new Quo Vadis Life Journal Infinite, an undated planner designed to work with the bullet journaling system. It has pre-formatted monthly and weekly pages, trackers, collections, index pages, and more. If you are interested in the bullet journaling system but the setup is too time consuming, the Life Journal Infinite might just be the answer for you!
Sarah has gone from one end of the bullet journaling spectrum (highly structured and very time-consuming) to the other (scratch paper and sticky notes) and is hoping the Life Journal Infinite will strike the balance between structure and ease of use. She says:
The Quo Vadis Life Journal Infinite is a well-structured but undated journal-style planner. It borrows some of the Bullet Journal philosophy, with a dedicated index, numbered pages, an abundance of note-taking pages, and predetermined list space. It’s just enough structure to serve as a guide and reminder about what’s important to track, but all of the labels and headers are blank, so you can customize it in a way that works for you. The blank dates let you start any day of the year–perfect for those of us abandoning other planners in search of new solutions.
She praised the white 90 gsm paper, saying, “It has Clairefontaine French-milled paper that can handle anything except alcohol markers. Even my gushiest fountain pen barely shows through at all.”
Sarah also liked the subtle grey printing on the pages, and said it would be good as a work planner with plenty of space for plans and notes.
She shows photos of how the paper holds up to a variety of pens. To see Sarah’s entire review of the Quo Vadis Life Journal Infinite, click here.
The Life Journal Infinite is available in the US with black or purple covers. For more photos of the interior pages and features of the Life Journal Infinite, click here.