Thursday 20 March 2014

Blog planner

This one is an adaptation of the Video/vlog Planner, and is designed to allow planning of blog posts.

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You can download this insert in a choice of formats. Print the file double-sided. If you have a duplex printer, set it to flip on the short edge. If you don't then you'll have to print odd-numbered pages and then refeed to print the even-numbered pages on the reverse. You might have to experiment to find out how to refeed the paper.

On one side of each sheet you'll find crop marks. Use a craft knife and a steel ruler to release the Personal pages and punch them. The templates are set up with mirrored gutters to accommodate the holes.

If using the PDF be sure to set it to print at full size as explained here.

Download the Personal size insert: Word version or PDF version

Saturday 15 March 2014

Traveler's notebook from a passport cover

Here is a quick hack for those of you who don't have easy access to leather supplies or prefer not to use animal products. You can use a passport cover as a kind of pre-cut notebook cover and convert this to a traveler's notebook using instructions you'll find elsewhere on this blog.

This is how my one came out:

It's passport size. Obviously.

An advantage is that these covers usually come with inside pockets. This is a quick and easy way to get a very functional notebook cover. 

Tuesday 4 March 2014

Adding booklets to your Midori Traveler's Notebook

If you are new to the Midori, it may not be immediately obvious to you how flexible the system is. New users are often unaware of how to add booklets - or sometimes that this can be done at all. These visual guides will get you started. Click on each to expand them on screen.


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