The Moleskine of calendars @NeuYear (Review and 40% Discount)

I am a big fan of Moleskine – and Moleskine-like – notebooks. High-quality “analog” ways of note-taking, planning and sketching are where it is at for me. So you can imagine my delight when I learned about Jesse Philips NeuYear Calendars. After receiving mine for review I can say it truly is as she said “the moleskine of calendars.”

I received this beautiful planning calendar a couple weeks back and am loving it. It’s on high-quality heavy paper, the colors are lovely and the front of the calendar has all of the days running horizontal, and the back is laid-out vertically. So you have options! Finally, the fact that it has no gaps between the months and your whole year can be seen at once makes ministry planning (or any other kind of planning for that matter) much easier.

Check out the image gallery:

I am looking forward to using it for planning out the year for ministry at Camas Friends. You can see mine on the back of my door near my desk (below). In fact, I like it so much we plan to get a second one for the secretary’s office too.

If you’re interested in getting your own Jesse, the designer at NeuYear, is offering all friends of Gathering in Light a %40 discount.

Just use the 40% discount code: GatheringInLight when you are checking out on her website. The code expires Dec 12/31/12.

Enjoy.

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Published by Wess

Teacher, author, Quaker, ​and public theologian. He works at Guilford College, enjoys riding his Triumph Bonneville, and listening to music.

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