Wednesday 15 July 2015

The Daily Dashboard Midori insert - free files for 2016

Those of you getting ahead of the game might appreciate these 2016 versions of the full size Daily Dashboard insert. Each booklet covers a month, containing a month on two pages overview followed by a two-page spread for each day of the month.

So here are the files.

You can choose the A4 paper versions or the Letter paper versions.

  Jan 2016:  A4 version   Letter version
  Feb 2016:  A4 version   Letter version
  Mar 2016:  A4 version   Letter version
  Apr 2016:  A4 version   Letter version
  May 2016:  A4 version   Letter version
  Jun 2016:  A4 version   Letter version
  Jul 2016:  A4 version   Letter version
  Aug 2016:  A4 version   Letter version
  Sep 2016:  A4 version   Letter version
  Oct 2016:  A4 version   Letter version
  Nov 2016:  A4 version   Letter version
  Dec 2016:  A4 version   Letter version

What you'll download is a PDF file. This is ready to print straight away, without any need to use booklet format on your printer. Just print this straight to A4 or Letter as appropriate, with duplex set to flip on the short edge (I'd recommend you print just one or two pages first to make sure your printer deals with this correctly and make adjustments as necessary.)

Once you've printed out the pages, you can bind them into a booklet and cut to size. This video shows how.

Thursday 9 July 2015

Guest interview

My 'experienced user' interview is published over at Philofaxy today, in which I share my thoughts on using a planner over the long term.

Any thoughts or comments would be welcome, either here or at Philofaxy. 

Sunday 5 July 2015

Free 2016 planner inserts for the Traveler's Notebook - Field Notes size

I recently posted 2016 versions of my popular weekly planner layout for the full size Traveler's Notebook and for the Moleskine Large Cahier size. Today, I'm adding the Field Notes versions.

Each booklet covers half a year, so for the full year, you'll need both the H1 and H2 files.

The files are ready to print. Simply download and print on regular printer paper, double-sided with the duplex set to flip on the short edge (if you get this setting wrong, half your pages will be upside down, so practice with just a few pages first.) It you have single-side printing only, print the odd pages first, then refeed the printed pages upside down and print the even pages on the back (again, practice on a few sheets first to make sure you get this right for your printer.)

You can download the A4 version if your country has sensible paper sizes or the Letter version if it doesn't. Using either version, making the booklet will require you to cut down the printed booklet in height as well as width.

Here are the files:

  2016 A4 version: H1  H2     

  2016 Letter version: H1  H2

You can get more guidance on booklet making in this video. Remember that for this size you are cutting to 90mm wide rather than 110mm and you are cutting top and bottom to leave a booklet 140mm tall:


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