Let it be a worry-free year when you find the right planner and refill for you. With myriad options to choose from within daily, weekly, and monthly formats, Quo Vadis and Exacompta 2013 planners and refills have something for everyone. Known for their crisp printing and luxuriously soft paper, both brands are known worldwide for their high quality planners and refills.
Do you use a Quo Vadis or Exacompta planner or refill? What do you love most about it?
We know that feeling: you fall head over heels for your perfect planner at the beginning of a year, you use it within an inch of its life, and … the new year is almost here. Panic mode! What if you can’t find the right refill?
We’ve got you covered with some of the most popular and well-regarded planner refills from Quo Vadis and Exacompta. In the list below, we’ve broken out all their refills we carry by their height, so it’s easier for you to find the right one! And if you’re ever on EuropeanPaper.com and curious if we have your refill, you can also use the Planner Refill Reference number, which is also included below.
Height: 3 – 3.9 inches
Quo Vadis 2013 Miniweek Planner – Ref. #4401 – 2.75 x 3.75
Height: 5 – 5.9 inches
Quo Vadis 2013 Daily Pocket Planner Refill - Ref. #1301 - 3.5 x 5.125
Quo Vadis 2013 Sapa X Pocket Planner Refill - Ref. #4601 - 3.5 x 5.25
Quo Vadis 2012-14 Exaplan Planner Refill - Ref. #6601 - 3.375 x 5.875
Height: 6 – 6.9 inches
Quo Vadis 2013 Business Planner Refill - Ref. #0401 - 4 x 6
QuoVadis University Academic Planner Refill - Ref. #2801 - 4 x 6
Quo Vadis 2013 Executive Planner Refill - Ref. #1401 - 6.25 x 6.25
Quo Vadis 2013 Visoplan Planner Refill - Ref. #6701 - 3.5 x 6.75
Exacompta 2013 Space 17 Planner Refill - Ref #1701 - 3.5 x 6.75
Exacompta 2013 Space 17 Planner Refill w/ Gold Edge - Ref. #1703 - 3.5 x 6.75
Quo Vadis 2013 Biweek Planner Refill - Ref. #4701 - 3.5 x 6.75
Quo Vadis 2013 IB Traveler Planner Refill - Ref. #0601 - 3.5 x 6.75
Quo Vadis 2013 Notor Planner Refill - Ref. #2101 - 4.75 x 6.75
Height: 8 – 8.9 inches
Exacompta 2013 Journal 21 Planner Refill - Ref. #2201 - 5.25 x 8.25
Exacompta 2013 Visual Planner Refill - Ref. #2001 - 6 x 8.25
Exacompta 2013 Visual Planner Refill w/ Gold Edge - Ref. #2003 - 6 x 8.25
Height: 9 – 9.9 inches
Exacompta 2013 Space 24 Planner Refill - Ref. #2301 - 6.25 x 9.375
Exacompta 2013 Space 24 Planner Refill w/ Gold Edge - Ref. #2303 - 6.25 x 9.375
Quo Vadis 2012-13 Monthly 4 Planner Refill - Ref. #7601 - 7 x 9.375
Quo Vadis 2013 Minister Planner Refill - Ref. #1501 - 6.25 x 9.375
Quo Vadis 2013 Trinote Planner Refill - Ref. #4801 - 7 x 9.375
Quo Vadis 2013 Trinote Planner Refill w/ Gold Edge - Ref. #4803 - 7 x 9.375
Quo Vadis Scholar Academic Planner Refill - Ref. #5501 - 6.25 x 9.375
Height: 10 – 10.9 inches
Quo Vadis 2013 Note 27 Planner Refill - Ref. #2701 - 8.25 x 10.5
Quo Vadis 2013 President Planner Refill - Ref. #1601 - 8.25 x 10.5
Height: 11+ inches
Quo Vadis 2013 Prenote Planner Refill - Ref. #2401 - 8.25 x 11.625
Learn more about Quo Vadis and Exacompta:
Founded in 1954 in Paris, Quo Vadis was built on the practical (and new at the time) framework of a calendar/diary combination format, invented by the French doctor, F.G. Beltrami. Known today simply as a “weekly planner format,” Quo Vadis has evolved this concept into a full line of stylish monthly, weekly, and daily planners. With the aim to keep you organized, all Quo Vadis Refills are compatible with certain Quo Vadis Covers and have a sewn binding and micro-perforated, detachable corners.
Established in 1928 in Paris, Exacompta originally manufactured ledgers primarily for accounting. Today they have grown to incorporate high quality and stylish notebooks, datebooks, and filing accessories. Exacompta Prestige agendas are printed on two special papers: Registre Azur, a lightly green-tinted paper (developed to be easy on the eyes); and Ivoire Satine, a very fine ivory paper that is lightweight and exceptionally strong. All Exacompta Prestige Refills are compatible with Quo Vadis Covers and have a sewn binding and micro-perforated, tear-off corners.
Portable and easy to find with their distinctive vintage cover designs, Cavallini’s 2013 Planners will all inspire new ways to plan your year.
With a horizontal layout of one week across two pages and monthly planning pages, you have plenty of space to keep track of notes, appointments, and daily inspirations. Small features such as the black elastic closure and soft cream paper enhance the weekly planner and make it distinctly Cavallini. The Cavallini 2013 Weekly Planners also include sections for addresses and notes, plus transit maps for Paris, London, and New York. Enjoy planning out the new year with Cavallini’s perfectly pocket-sized weekly planner.
Moleskine fans, your wish is granted! The below Moleskine 2013 Planners are now available in different cover colors than just classic black and red.
DAILY – With plenty of space to fill in meetings, notes, and daily inspiration, the Moleskine 2013 Large Hard Cover Daily Planner (5 x 8.25 inches) is the dated day-per-page planner/diary you’ve been looking for. Match it with your style and choose from Green, Violet, Orange, Magenta, Black or Red covers!
Stay organized with a fresh new page per day with the date in the upper hand corner of the page, plus a matching elastic closure and cloth ribbon placeholder. Each 2013 Large Hard Cover Daily Planner includes an address book insert, plus sewn binding to lay flat when open, and a rear expandable inner pocket to keep extra papers and receipts tucked safely inside.
WEEKLY – The Moleskine 2013 Large Horizontal Weekly Planner (5 x 8.25 inches), dated from January to December 2013, is not only available in the classic Moleskine Black Cover, now you can choose from Green, Violet, Orange, or Magenta covers, too!
This popular planner style is perfect to have the week in a quick view as it’s formatted with each week on a two-page spread: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday on the left page, Thursday, Friday and Saturday/Sunday on the right side. With a matching elastic closure and cloth ribbon placeholder, the 2013 Horizontal Weekly Planner will keep you organized while you’re on the go. Plus, the expandable inner pocket houses an address book insert that you can remove and use it again in the years to come.
Looking for a different size or style of Moleskine? Shop all Moleskine 2013 Planners here!
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All Moleskine 18-Month Datebooks are dated from July 2012 to December 2013, but they come in two different sizes and either hard or soft covers, so you can choose the right one for you! Below are the available Moleskine planners on sale – use coupon code GENIUS at checkout to save 10% and enjoy.
Nothing is better than the thrill of picking out a new planner. What color, type, and brand should you get? However, with so many planners to choose from, which one is right? As exciting as it is, it can also get overwhelming, and you may just pick up the first one you see. But that may not be the best idea. If you take the time to pick out a good planner, you will relish using it.
When picking out a planner, you should take several things into account beforehand. What size do you want? How about a planner for business or personal use? What kind of design do you prefer, something classic, or something that reflects your personality? How much money are you willing to spend? Do you require special function areas – like a pouch, contacts, To Do list, or a notes section? Do you want a refillable one?
So many options exist, so let us get started!
I generally start with the feature that is the most important to me – size. You can get planners that can fit into the back pocket of your jeans, get tossed into a small purse or the size of a book! How do you plan on using your planner? Do you keep your life in your planner? If so, something sturdy and relatively bigger would be easier to write all the details in. Do you prefer to keep your planner at home? I keep stamps, maps, stationery, pictures of my family and random musings in the pockets of my planner. So I wanted something that I could toss into an everyday purse! And on days when I want to streamline, I take index cards and write out my day so I can keep track of my life.
Ahhhh, design. You can find planners with Hello Kitty designs to planners that are a solid black/brown/red. Design reflects personality. I personally chose a black planner but I have added my own personal touches to it, by adding pictures, and inspirational quotes on the inside. I can still be professional while maintaining my own personality!
Planners can cost from a simple $1 to leather, refillable planners that retail at $500. How much money are you willing to spend is entirely dependent on your preferences. You can find a moderately priced, sturdy planner for around $30. Make sure it has everything you want and then shop around; there are some amazing planners out there for a steal!
What are the little extras you want? Most planners come with the standard contacts/addresses area and perhaps a page or two for notes. Do you want a pocket to stash business cards, notes, stamps, stationery? Do you want a special projects page? If those extra features matter to you, make sure you look at planners that have those first.
Another option is getting a refillable planner and just update the inside paper sections every year. Those can be convenient and, if you invest in a good quality planner early on, can last you for years. You can add pockets for business cards and envelopes for your everyday bric a brac, too.
At the end of the day, the planner that you pick is the one that speaks to you. As long as it holds everything you need it to hold, you have picked the right one.
Meet the Writer: Akhila Jagdish is a writer and editor in the process of starting her own editorial services company, The Crafted Word. She loves making lists, collecting journals, reading, drinking wine and cooking.
Take a closer peek inside the Quo Vadis Academic Planners for 2012-2013! With several high-quality features per planner, Quo Vadis has a perfect planner for every type of user. Choose between vertical or horizontal formats, and pocket or large planner size. Best of all, Quo Vadis Academic Planners are coveted for their refillable feature in the Club covers that are made of a saddle-stitched sturdy leatherette. After checking out their academic planners and refills, read all about history of Quo Vadis here.
With hectic home lives and crazy work schedules, planning a trip can seem like a daunting task. However, an academic planner can help you do all the legwork well in advance – so all that’s left to do is enjoy the journey! Plus, since an academic planner is built to accommodate summer, it’s the perfect planner to outline summer vacation plans.
Block Out Dates
The first step to using your academic planner to plan your travels is to pick the dates and block them out on your planner. Because you’re able to work far in advance with an 18-month planner, you can plot out all the trips you’re planning and prevent accidentally double booking yourself. Cross out the dates or highlight them in a specific color so that you don’t overlap commitments.
Once you have your trip dates blocked out, use your planner to schedule the entire trip’s to dos. Start with the date of the trip and back up. For example, if you want to start pricing flights four weeks before you travel, flip four weeks before your departure date and write, “Price out flights.” If you want to wait to book the flight until two weeks before (for enough time to check for that last-minute screaming deal), flip two weeks after you put the pricing note and write, “Book flights.” Follow these same steps for each task – booking a hotel, renewing your passport, buying traveler’s insurance, and so on.
Track Your Budget
You know how much you have budgeted for your trip. Jot that amount down on the day you depart. Each time you spend money on the trip – paying for the flight, buying a new bathing suit, or picking up sunscreen – subtract that amount from the total. You can even calculate estimates for your expenses as you plan the trip. For example, back up to the date you decided to start pricing flights. Use that page to write notes on how much the flight will be on various airlines so that when you go to purchase the tickets, you have a budget reference. Bonus: If you don’t spend as much as you anticipated in the planning stages, you’ll have a balance to use for extra souvenirs!
In addition to planning your dates, to dos, and budget, you can use your academic planner to create lists for each aspect of your trip. If you jot the lists on the day you need to do them, you’ll stay organized and won’t forget crucial information. On your planner page for the day before you depart, start a packing list. Even if the trip is eight months away, if you think of something – don’t forget extra camera batteries – write it down.
Use the notes pages in your planner to get creative. Paste images of your destination on the notes pages to motivate and inspire you. During your trip, use the pages to journal or scrapbook about your adventures. And when the trip is through, add your favorite pictures from the trip and archive the planner.
Using your 12 or 18-month planner can help you plan your trip down to the details in advance. You won’t be scrambling around the night before your flight leaves, trying to remember everything you wanted to bring!
Meet the Writer:Maggie Marton is a freelance writer who lives in Bloomington, Indiana, with her husband and their three darling dogs. View more of Maggie’s work at MaggieMarton.com