It seems that this is a year for moving back and forth between planners. I started with the Zeitgeber planner inserts in my Franklin Covey Boston Binder in Compact size, moved into a Filofax Malden in Personal size, and now I’m in my Midori Traveler’s Notebook. Yes, a Midori TN version is in the works for the Zeitgeber Planner. And, I’m looking for testers!
I like the size of the Midori and decided to try a one-book system, combining my planner with other booklets intended for specific projects.
The Zeitgeber Planner – MTN only has monthly and weekly pages for now. For daily planning, I add an insert I made with mixed-media paper that can take watercolors for journaling purposes. (The other versions include daily Zeitgeber pages, but you can adjust what you use, according to your needs.).
For the MTN, one month fills one booklet so it’s a very slim insert. Below is a video showing the April 2016 pages. As I mentioned, I’m looking for people to test the May 2016 pages for FREE. If you’d like to receive the printable pdf pages, make sure you’re subscribed to my newsletter and let me know that you you want to test the Zeitgeber MTN.
In return, all I ask is honest feedback. You can blog about it if you want, but you don’t have to. You can send me an email about what you like about the MTN version, what works for you, and what can be improved upon. You can also comment on this blog post with your review.
Here’s the video:
Let me know if you want to test it. Thank you!