Saturday, June 28, 2008
Want a paper planner, but you're not the Day-Timer type? Little Otsu makes some amazing planners that just might suit you. They are all undated, so you can start using them any time.
The first one that caught my eye was the Little Otsu Vol. 1 Weekly Planners (the mini version and the standard version. The web site (unlike many) provides nice pictures of both the cover and the internal pages, so check the site for more pictures, including pages to list books to be read and movies to be watched
Not only are they lovely; they're made in collaboration with a talented artist and "printed locally by a family-owned press with vegetable-based inks on 100% post-consumer recycled paper." [via Better Living Through Design]
But Little Otsu has more notable planners - including the Come Along Weekly Planner.
Then there's the Aquatic Adventure Weekly Planner.
And I just love the cover on this Chris Duncan 18-Month Planner. The subtitle says Little Otsu Presents A Book to Help You Plan and Organize Your Life for the Next 18 Months Starting Now! or Later or Whenever You Want.
Paper Tools Can Be Perfectly Fine