Moleskine journals are legendary, possessing a minimalism style and quality for creatives and professionals the world around to enjoy. Like the Moleskine Journals, all Moleskine Planners have a sewn binding, acid-free paper, rounded edges, elastic closure, cloth ribbon placeholder, and a rear expandable inner pocket. Below, we break out each Moleskine planner by format, then by size, for the easiest way to find the perfect planner for you! Which planner is your favorite?
Need a little more space to take notes on the go, plan out your day, and jot down inspirations? The Moleskine 2013 Daily Planner is the ideal planner/diary! Stay organized with a fresh new page per day with the date in the upper-hand corner of the page.
Dated from January to December 2013, Moleskine’s 2013 Weekly Horizontal Planners allow more horizontal room for notes and appointment details. This popular planner style is perfect to have the week in a quick view as it’s formatted with each week on a horizontal two-page spread: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday on the left page, Thursday, Friday and Saturday/Sunday on the right side.
Plan out the hours of each day of the week with the Moleskine 2013 Vertical Weekly Planner. Dated from January to December 2013, the Moleskine 2013 Vertical Planner is formatted in vertical columns to show each week on a two page spread with the days spanning the top of the page. This popular planner style is perfect for people who want to have the overview of the organized week.
- Extra Large
Handy and versatile, the planner plus notes format has plenty of room to record notes and appointments, yet also with the freedom of a notebook. Formatted to show the full week on the left page, and complemented by a ruled page for notes and ideas on the right, Moleskine’s 2013 Weekly Planner + Notes has ample space for all your needs.
The big picture at a glance just got easier with the Moleskine Monthly Planner. Dated from January to December 2013, Moleskine’s 2013 Monthly Planner shows each month across a two-page spread, plus ruled pages between each month to take notes, jot down ideas, and keep track of the details. Perfect to have the whole month at a quick glance.
- Extra Large
We hope everyone had a fabulous Christmas yesterday! Before the clocks run down to the end of 2012, just a quick reminder to pick your 2013 datebook!
Sandra (a wonderful artist, zentangler, and notebook aficionado) did a wonderful review on her blog, Life Imitates Doodles, of the Leuchtturm Pocket Ruled Notebook she just won in our Leuchtturm giveaway! (That was quick!)
Read the review on her blog by clicking here!
Sandra was very sweet and said, “I want to thank the European Paper company for a fantastic giveaway and for the chance to try out this wonderful notebook!”
1) Lamy Safari Fountain Pen
2) Cretacolor Fine Art Red Graphite Pencil Tin (Set of 12)
3) Moleskine 2013 Pocket Red Hard Cover Daily Planner (3.5 x 5.5)
4) Fabriano EcoQua Side Spiralbound Graph Notebook (Set of 2) (5.8 x 8.25)
5) Cavallini 2013 Easel Calendar – Japanese Woodblocks (6 x 6.5)
6) Rhodia Rhodiarama Pocket Webnotebook (3.5 x 5.5)
7) Moleskine Luggage Tags (3.75 x 2.25)
8) Cavallini Papers Datebooks (4 x 6)
9) Mudlark Memento Boxed Note Cards
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A Penchant for Paper: Old Art Journals Rediscovered: The Art and Poetry Journal and Quo Vadis Habana Large Notebook
Recording Thoughts: 220 Days With The Leuchtturm Master Dots
Life Imitates Doodles: Quo Vadis Habana Notebook Large #zentangle
Ethereal Voices: Quo Vadis Space 24 Calendar
Pencil Revolution: Field Notes Expedition Edition: Smeary?
Rhodia Drive: Orange You Glad You Asked
Pen, Pencil, Paper: Stillman and Birn ZETA Paper
Pens, Paper, Whatever: Moleskine Evernote Squared Smart Notebook
GoGirlCafe: Lamy Safari 2012 limited edition
Recording Thoughts: Caran d’Ache Fountain Pen
Inktronics: Lamy Accent Hand Written Review
A Penchant for Paper: Pilot Varsity Disposable Fountain Pen
Palimpsest: Platignum 1930s Fountain Pen
EdJelley: New Tattoo, Montblanc 149′s & Sheaffer Peacock Blue and Handwritten Reviews of Noodler’s Tiananmen Red and Diamine Matador
Archer Rantings: J. Herbin Scented Inks
East, West, Everywhere: Follow up on R&K Verdigris and a little paper experiment
PenInkCillin: Noodler’s Green Marine