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Paper Planner Review: At-A-Glance Planning Notebooks

Paper Planner Review: At-A-Glance Planning Notebooks

If you decided long ago At-A-Glance appointment books, wall and desk calendars were not for you, it might be time for a second look. This Ohio-based company sells a family of planning notebooks at many major retailers (CVS, Kmart, Office Depot, OfficeMax, Rite Aid, Staples, Target, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Amazon.com) to appeal to those who have a great calendar system, but need a place to record daily tasks and notes.At-A-Glance Planning NotebookWith roots back to the early 1900s, you’ll be surprised how modern the circle the date, one day per page, two days per page, 6″ x 9″, 8.5″ x 11″ options are.

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Don’t let the lack of day of the week, month, day and year identification dissuade you from these notebooks. Instead print and apply labels to quickly mark everything you want to know on each page. I created the following labels for a client–can you guess her favorite color? Download the template, make changes as you see fit, and print your customized version on Avery 5167 Return Address labels.

at-a-glance planning notebook labels

What successes have you experienced with At-A-Glance or another planner company?

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