Guest post: How Susanne uses her Notor daily planner

Hi! My name is Susanne and I am a paper and pen addict. I cannot walk past the stationery section without touching and leafing through journals, picking up a couple, putting them into my shopping cart, then browsing some more and putting them all back because my shelves at home do not have any more […]

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Guest post: Leonardo’s notebook

Guest blogger Lito Apostolakou is a freelance author, historian, and feature writer at Suite101; she also has a fascinating blog on the history of writing instruments. Here, she writes about seeing one of Leonardo’s notebooks. It doesn’t look like much, in fact the humble notebook is no bigger than a pack of playing cards, yet […]

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Guest post: Planners for the undisciplined

Speaking of ministers, guest blogger David Maliniak recently took one for a test drive… here’s his take on the experience. The concept of planning inherently implies a disciplined approach to an endeavor; that endeavor can range from something as mundane as a trip to the grocery store to the broader concerns of life itself. Some […]

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