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please tell me a 2018 Diary to buy

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GardenGeek Tue 23-Jan-18 21:59:34

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namechangerbob Tue 23-Jan-18 22:24:58

I like the boxclever press diaries (previously organised mum)
I get the family one, column for everyone.
To do list and budget for each month, rip out shopping lists, meal plan section for each day.
£9.99 on amazon atm.

HereWeGoRoundAgain Tue 23-Jan-18 22:31:47

Busy B To Do diaries, I love them!

user1471556443 Tue 23-Jan-18 22:33:58

Boxclever press diary for Me also!! I love organising myself with this, it's such a pleasure with such a nice diary!!
Really useful to have a detachable shopping list also

whyismykid Tue 23-Jan-18 22:36:16

The Master Plan 2017 to 2018 - Family Diary (Week to View) - Fuscia Pink

GardenGeek Tue 23-Jan-18 22:40:00

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Sgtmajormummy Tue 23-Jan-18 22:40:02

Moleskine week on one page, lines on the other. I use the diary with an imaginary line between my own needs and the family's, the blank pages for ongoing notes and projects.
There's a pocket at the back, elastic closure and i use a cardboard bookmark in addition to the ribbon one.
It comes in (sort of) A5 size in black or coloured pocket size.The paper is good quality, too.

Thunderpunt Tue 23-Jan-18 22:41:19

Probab not what you are looking for, but I bought my brother the Perpetual Disappointments Diary for Christmas, very funny

GardenGeek Tue 23-Jan-18 22:41:46

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ManchesterGin Tue 23-Jan-18 22:51:49


ManchesterGin Tue 23-Jan-18 22:54:04

I have this one

yrhengi Tue 23-Jan-18 22:55:02

I love Passion Planners - they're lovely big diaries with sections at the end of each month to record the good things that happened, and to set short and long term goals for the year. There's a sweet online community around them, and you're encouraged to be creative and doodle and colour in... so it ends up being more like a record of your year than just a diary.

Chocolatesprinkledcrumpet Tue 23-Jan-18 22:56:14

I'd go paperless, use a mobile device and save some trees? But that's just me.

Sisinisawa Tue 23-Jan-18 23:07:33

I second The Moleskine one. Week to view and the opposite page is for notes/to do list/meal plan.
It's brilliant.

CountessOfStrathearn Tue 23-Jan-18 23:08:05

I really like designing my own and have used for a few years now. I think I first heard about them on MN actually. You can pick the layout, colours, added pages that suit you.

Welshmaenad Tue 23-Jan-18 23:09:08

Busy B one, it has duplicate week to views on each facing page, one for home, one for work

UrgentScurryfunge Tue 23-Jan-18 23:11:38

Another vote for the moleskein. I like having the lined page for general thoughts to get my ideas in order before allocating to a date.

manicmumday1 Tue 23-Jan-18 23:59:29

The happiness planner.....

A bit expensive, but absolutely worth it!

steff13 Wed 24-Jan-18 04:38:14

I have a Plum Paper one. I like the family one because you can name each section for a person in your family, it whatever you want. Mine has sections for work, my personal stuff, each if my kids' stuff, and one for home stuff.

ClaryFray Wed 24-Jan-18 06:22:41

I have a bullet journal. Can do it myself then!

user1471462701 Wed 24-Jan-18 07:09:17

I have a kikki k one - I’m very particular about diaries

Palace2 Wed 24-Jan-18 08:39:01

I've just bought Dawn French's new book / diary from amazon. You, me, a diary. It's brilliant

agentfoxtrot Wed 24-Jan-18 08:57:21

I can never make up my mind...A5 too big for my bag and A6 to small to write everything in. After trialling pretty much everything I've gone with Leuchturm this year and really like it - pocket, elastic closure, address section, page for notes, lots of colours.

crikeycrumbsblimey Wed 24-Jan-18 13:58:25

I also get the moleskine one for the academic year. Usually the little prince but they have stopped doing it sad so snoopy this year because the ALice in Wonderland version was scary!

GardenGeek Wed 28-Feb-18 19:48:56

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