29 April 2017

Web Finds - 29 April 2017

So I hope you have had a good week

So now it is time to enjoy a great collection of blog posts from around the internet, so grab a drink and make yourself for our weekly round-up.

Here are some Philofaxy posts you might have missed this week:
  1. Web Finds - 22 April 2017
  2. New from Filofax in 2017
  3. PlannerCon Europe - First Speaker is confirmed.
  4. Free For All Tuesday No. 325
  5. Web Finds 25 April 2017
  6. Tell us about...... 5
  7. Opening and Closing the rings on your organiser correctly
  8. Free for All Friday No. 441 by Nan
So here are the latest Filofax and other brand blog posts from around the Internet. Don't forget to leave a comment on the posts you enjoyed reading, all bloggers enjoy getting comments.
  1. Neuheiten 2017 (8): Pen Holder - Filomaniac
  2. Capturing Your Thoughts - Getting Things Done®
  3. National Stationery Week 2017 : Seven Days Of Stationery - Typecast
  4. Waarom je planner niet werkt - HeartMindedWork
  5. Fountain Pen Friday - Lamy LX and Diamine ink - She's Eclectic
  6. FREE May To-Do List, Dashboard & Tech Wallpapers Are Here! - Strange & Charmed
  7. Plannerdilemma: FiloFax of Bullet Journal - HeartMindedWork
  8. Free Dated Calendar - Planner Fun Plus
  9. Quo Vadis Blog and Rhodia Drive - Quo Vadis Blog
  10. Why I Use a Planner- (and why you should too) - Kerrymay ._. Makes - Blog
  11. Functional Planning: Plan Voor Succes - HeartMindedWork
  12. 30 idées pour utiliser un nouveau carnet - Accro à l'Organisation
  13. A look inside my Filofax (for 2017.)  - Mademoiselle
  14. Planner Girls Collective: why i plan - a ska loving geek
  15. 5 Ways to Break Your Routine to Get Better Results - Time Management Ninja
  16. Planner Girl Collective : Why I Plan, Why I Started, My Journey! - Uglybugplans
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28 April 2017

Free for All Friday No. 441 by Nan

I was just looking through an organizer I used in 2012, and found an entry that read, simply, "Jenny's house - manicotti." That one word brought back an entire evening's worth of good memories.

Even if you don't have time to write a lot, don't forget the power of one word.

Of course, since it's Friday, you can say as many words as you want!

27 April 2017

Opening and Closing the rings on your organiser correctly.

Are all opening and closing the rings correctly? I'm sure some of us have been watching You Tube videos and seen people pull the rings open with their fingers!

To ensure that you don't damage the ring mechanism on your Filofax personal organiser, always use the tabs at the ends of the ring mechanism to open the rings. Place your organiser on a firm surface and press evenly on both tabs at the same time.

Do not under any circumstances pull the rings open using the rings themselves; this could result in the internal mechanism becoming damaged.

Opening the rings



To close the rings use your rings on either sides of both sets of rings with a light even pressure and the rings should snap shut. Be careful to not trap your fingers in the closing rings.

Closing the rings


The mechanism does not require any routine maintenance or oiling, just an occasional wipe with a soft dry cloth will keep the metal clean and rust free.


26 April 2017

Tell us about...... 5

So if you have more than one organiser and I'm sure there aren't many people that read Philofaxy that only have one.... which is 'the one' you use most.

The one you come back to and stay using for months at a time. You might try using others, but there is one in your collection (large or small) that you love so much (it might not be perfect) that you come back and use it again and again.

Please tell us in the comments below.
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