Annual Diary Anguish

November 4th, 2006

The buying-of-next-year’s-diary time is once again upon us and, as some of you may know, I usually go through much anguish as I review how this last year’s diary has performed and as I try to predict which–if any–of my diary-based needs will change in the year to come.

No real anguish this year. I’m still happy with the Collins Sterling week-to-an-opening (A5) that has been my companion for two years running.

I was tempted by the new Moleskine offering (the large weekly planner)

but at three times the price and lacking Australian public holiday and other useful local information it doesn’t quite beat the Collins Sterling, even with its uber cachet.

robskee

4 Responses to “Annual Diary Anguish”

  1. Meredith on November 4, 2006 7:59 am

    I went with the moleskin for next year because a) it now comes in red and b) my dad offered to pay for it! It’s a very nice size & texture.

  2. robskee on November 4, 2006 1:42 pm

    Mmmm . . . texture . . .

    I like the feel and weight of the compact Moleskine day-to-a-page diary. It’s a real bullet-stopper. I must remember to have it in my breast pocket next time I go into battle.

  3. Crostoli Man on October 28, 2007 11:34 pm

    Never mind the moleskin – when you have a wholeskin!
    Only one man had a way – with this notebook: Hemingway.

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