Day-Timer Portable Malibu set up w/ Video!

For September, it being Back to School time and all, I decided to move back into a more formal planner.

Through one of the Facebook planner groups, I bought a personal size Day-Timer Malibu in Rose Gold.

Rose Gold Personal (4)

The color sold it for me. I’m on a copper and bright blue kick right now. I took all the guts out of my Raika and put them into the RG. Both planners have the same 3-3, 6 ring format.

How it is set up:

Front:

A cash sleeve pocket, a zipper pouch, and card slots hold post its and coupons.

Rings:

<1> shopping and general to do lists

<2> categorized to do lists

<3> blog posting chart

<4> book notes

<5> knitting project notes

<6> CBC posting notes

Calendar: WO2P (week on 2 page) inserts; no monthlies’

Project: exercise tracker

Information: random stuff

Back:

1 large pocket, designed to hold a notepad. I store spare note paper back there. There are 2 smaller pockets that I don’t put anything in.

There are two black, plastic fly leafs (front and back), that protect my inserts.

2 pen loops

Closure system is a magnetic strap with a buckle accent.

Here’s the YouTube video link: http://youtu.be/u9XO8BX5jL4

© Cori Large September 2, 2015

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Rachel
    Sep 16, 2015 @ 12:36:16

    Pretty! I have yet to find a planner that works for me, but this one looks great!

    Reply

    • caendicott
      Sep 16, 2015 @ 13:34:45

      This is what is working for me right now. If 2015 has been a clue, I change tactics about every 2 months on average.

      Reply

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