Tadaa! Presenting my 2013 planner!
First, I would like to share my “adventure” before I was able to acquire the 2013 Filed Doodle Planner. Yesterday, I went to Fully Booked branches in SM North and Trinoma but unfortunately, it was out of stock. I asked whether, by any chance, Gateway branch still has the planner but it’s the same as the other two. The staff told me that there’s still available in Katipunan branch… and deep inside, I was like “T_T </3”
Imagine how disappointed I was when I learned that those three malls didn’t have stock anymore. Those are already out of my way (and I’m willing to go there HAHA) and going to Katipunan is really REALLY out of my way so I can’t afford to go there </3 Out of desperation, I texted my friend, Dan2, who studies within the area, asked if their classes have started because I’d asked her a favor to buy one for me. But she told me that their class will resume next week, and asked me if I can wait till then. So who am I to say no? I’m that DESPERATE lol. I told her that I’ll just inform her because I’d try again in N. Edsa and Trinoma the next day in case products have been delivered 😀
So. The next day…
I followed their twitter account, and asked when they’re going to restock in the aforementioned malls. They didn’t reply to my tweet but this appeared in my timeline:
And I was like “I wanted to go there immediately!” It
looks like is really in-demand, I believe 😉 So I went there with Ehm2. So there, I finally got a planner for 2013! 😀
HAHAHA Okay. Enough of storytelling. Now, I’ll tell you why I wanted this planner so badly despite its price (it costs 545 php, a bit expensive compared to some Pinoy-made planners):
I’m really fond of doodling since it’s my stress reliever (okay, I admit, a hobby of mine as well HAHA). Unlike in other planners that are very plain and you’ll only see lines, Doodle planner has designs and drawings in its pages. You can color it, and even add designs if you want to. There are also pages allotted just for doodling 😉
2. Special corner
There are pages for movies to watch, restaurants to try, books to read, places to visit and vision board! Look how convenient! Instead of writing it on some paper or notebook, you can write it down without misplacing it. Oh. There’s also a pouch (I don’t what it’s called) for anything you want to put in there – papers, receipts etc.
3. Physical Features
In my opinion, Doodle Planner is handy. It’s just 7”x 5” x 0.75”. Its cover is hard bound just like other planners but this seems to be lighter than the others. There’s also the page marker and a free pen bandolier 🙂
Planner, check! Colored pencils, you’re next!
Happy planning this 2013 everyone! 🙂
(A/N: Credits to my friend, Essen, for recommending this planner ;))