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Here's my first feature posts on planners:
*Image courtesy of Planner People website
As I mentioned on my earlier post, November/December informally can be declared as the season of planners. A lot of establishment even fast food chains offers free planners for their client. Top coffee shops uses this time of the year to encourage their users to increase revenue by offering free planners/journals upon collecting a certain number of drinks/purchase. There are also planner being sold out in the market (E.g. Belle de Jour) that offers a lot of functionality on their planners.

In all the fiasco about planners, there are still a lot of people who prefer just a simple and handy planner that they can bring with them anytime they want. Some also want an affordable planner that would not require them a well to have a nervous breakdown just to own one. Well, good thing for all you out there as this planner might just suit you.
*Image courtesy of Planner People website
Planner People is offering a simple and usable 2011 planners. These planners are lightweight and portable enough to fit into a bag/purse. The planner comes with yearly, monthly and weekly views and made from imported bookpaper. You can select from their 9 unique designs to fit anyone style or personality. What's great with this planner is that they are proudly Philippine made that fits the budget of an average Juan. The planner itself costs Php 200 only but you can even gain discounts for bulk orders. This planner is even featured in Philippine Daily Inquirer (see full article here).

*Screenshot of post from PDI Lifestyle section
Here are the other technical details of the planner:

Yearly View
*Image courtesy of Planner People website
  • 5" x 7"
  • 160 pages (imported bookpaper, 70 lbs)
  • full cover (pasteboard no. 22 with Matt 120)
  • stitch binding
  • ribbon marker
Monthly View (above), Daily View (below)
*Image courtesy of Planner People website

If you want to know more of the product, you may visit their website http://planner.wedgienet.net/.

PS: I was informed that it's a great hit that their stocks sold-out and temporarily selling out their slightly damaged planner right now at a discounted rate. I hope they can be able to reprint more planners for some other folks who want to purchase more of their planners.

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