I know this seems slightly excessive, but during the 10 years I was self-employed I only had 2 holidays, so I think the odd indulgence in a FiloFax was allowed! haha
My main business one (the big brown one), is now full of everything ... I have graphic and design notes (I make graphics for lots of people and need to keep notes of colour numbers etc), blog ideas, lists of things to do and hundreds of addresses (a lot from when I had a business and probably don't need anymore, but I am loath to get rid of them, cos you never know, I may need that supplier again etc)
I also like to personalise them, making front covers and my own divider pages ...
I would be totally lost with out my big brown one and if I go and stay anywhere its the one that comes with me in my overnight bag.
The large red one at the bottom is fairly new and is for organizing a few 'project' I have in mind ... it hasn't reached its full potential yet, but I am looking forward to having it full and some of the 'projects' up and running.
I am also wanting to make a pretty fabric cover for it ... I have worked out the design, just need to sew it now :)
The personal sized brown is my birthday book and full address too, but these are family and friends addresses. It goes back years of presents I have given for birthdays and Christmas. This is so I don't keep giving my dad the same DVD or my brother the same lego set. It also has my Christmas card list and gift ideas.
They are like traditional FiloFaxes, but different ... They are available in 3 colours ... pink, grey and black ... and 3 sizes, pocket, slim and A5
they don't have ring binders so are thinner ...
Instead they have pockets ... lots of pockets that you slip in different note books ...
... both the front and back cover have a number of pockets, so the books tuck into each other ...
They come with a note book and a plain jotter, but you can buy a contacts book and diary too.
There is also a pen holder that can be moved to other pockets, so you can have it in the centre on the outside.
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