Just an ordinary girl with a love of all things stationery!

In which I achieve planner peace

on September 19, 2014

Hi everyone! Sorry for my absence! Life has a nasty habit of getting in the way of my blogging and stationery obsession.


I have FOUND planner peace!!

I never thought it could be done. Those of you who have followed me for a while will know that I have swapped and changed planners more times than I’ve changed my underwear. I’ve just not been able to find the perfect solution between planning space, decoration space, portability, archivability and customisation-ability. I need all of these things in my planner in order to be fully at peace with it. I tried all sorts of systems, all sorts of different bindings and sizes and brands…

Enter the Clipbook.

I bought this as a last-ditch attempt to find planner peace, after not getting along with my old one and gifting it to my mum (who doesn’t use it, sadly). This little beaut rapidly transformed my life:


She quickly became my beloved companion and came with me everywhere I went. She was perfect! Exactly what I’d been looking for!



I used her for a long while, devising a cheap archiving system (link to follow) to file my used pages. It was absolutely perfect.

However, I remembered my previous love-affair with my old Springboard (which I’ve since sold!) and ordered myself an A5 Saffiano:


She is truly gorgeous, and so soft to the touch. I’ve set her up, and she’s wonderful!




I can’t stop taking photos of her loveliness!





And here she is with her big sister, the Clipbook (strange how I see the Saffiano as the “little” sister of the two!):




Planner peace achieved! Finally!! I’m so happy with my beautiful planners.

Thanks for reading!


2 responses to “In which I achieve planner peace

  1. Where did you get the clipbook? I’ve never seen one before.

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