Any Ideas?

My mate and I are looking for daily planners,,, we'd prefer a layout without time markings...

I was thinking of the Moleskine Daily pocket planners but... we can't find any in our area...any other ideas?

Thanks a ton!
Sara

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Don't make me say it...

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

O.o

Google? I'd rather have some first-hand input...

print our own? no longer work at the print shop... and we'd like to be able to start using them right away (journal-a-day resolution for the new year :D)

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A serious idea...

If you could "turn off" the times on my Daily Dynamic Template, would that come close ?
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

I would love it. On the

I would love it. On the weekly too.

Some Ideas

If you want the Moleskine planner, there are a bunch on eBay and some on Amazon.

One idea is that a bookstore or office supply store might have a different kind of planner that meets your needs.

Or if you are using it for journaling, you can do what I do. I use a large squared Moleskine and just write the date at the top before I start my journal for the day.

Second on the pocket planner

If you want a pocket moleskine planner, just order online. You'll have to wait for delivery, but you can manage that right? Amazon is likely to have the cheapest prices (but watch out for delivery charges that some of the marketplace sellers tack on to make it seem like they're giving you a great deal when they really aren't).

If you want to actually have a look beforehand at the layout, which aside from getting it instantly, is the only reason I could think of to not buy online, go to moleskineus.com which will show you pics of the pages and a list of the info pages. I'm assuming you already have a pocket moleskine notebook so you will know what it looks and feels like.

Edit: hmmm... looks like moleskineus only has the red pocket daily left in stock. Ironic considering the red is supposed to be 'limited edition'. Hopefully you will be able to find them on amazon or ebay, but you won't be able to see the layout from the site I linked to.

The usual suspects...

For retail, I've seen them at Borders, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million.