Moleskine 2019-20 Weekly Notebook Diary/Planner


~ What ~
With a Moleskine hardcover and matching elastic cover band, this 8.3 by 5.3 by 0.7 booklet includes July 2019 to December 2020 box calendars by month plus weekly pages with daily sections and lined pages. The book is available in 6 color choices of black, magnetic green, ripe yellow, sapphire blue, scarlet red, and snappy pink. The book also contains a world map, highlighting stickers, an article about the history of Moleskin, and an attached matching ribbon. It arrives wrapped in sealed cellophane.

~ Why ~
There are people who still love keeping daily planners that have to be written into, and these are high quality and lovely as they are the perfect size. I love that there are plenty of lines in the weekly section for keeping notes on each day of the week on the left side of the page while the other side has over 30 blank lines for journaling or using as a diary. The paper quality is high enough to handle ink and gel pens and pencils.

~ Why Not ~
Some individuals may prefer to use their smartphones to keep track of their appointments, but this book is handy and efficient when it comes to keeping more detailed notes. Others may wish there were more colors of the jacket or more months were included, but a year and a half should be ample.

~ Wish ~
I wish the cover options included patterns in geometric or floral designs.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a diary-journal-appointment tracker that will last a long time and has plenty of writing space, this is a keeper.

Thanks to Hachette Group for offering this book to read and review for my honest opinion.

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