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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on January 31, 2011
This thing is absolutely perfect. It's small enough to carry around in your pocket or in your purse without taking up a huge amount of space. Its got empty space for everyday things and an empty page along side of each week in case you need to jot down some more info. I love that it doesn't have printed hours on it. It is perfect! I will definitely be purchasing one each year for the rest of my life!
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56 of 73 people found the following review helpful
on June 25, 2011
I have used and carried Moleskine notebooks for years due to the great paper and build quality, but 2011 will be my last one. The construction of their books is no longer anything special, especially for the price they demand. With my latest book the elastic came unglued from one end, then the other, and now the pocket bottom has worn through. When I contacted them, I was surprised to learn these are no longer made in Europe, but in China.

Moleskine has gone from a true quality product, to just another piece of Chinese made junk.

There are better options on the market.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on October 26, 2010
I've been using the annual versions of this calendar/diary/notebook for five years. A good size for a shirt pocket, it is flexible so it stands up to a year's worth of being stuffed into pockets, bags, other carry-all's. The construction seems sturdy. The design and lay-out are good. The built-in bookmark and elastic closure are very useful. It has enough daily entry space for my not-so-busy life. If you assign your time in 10-minute slices you should seek another (Moleskine) product.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on June 19, 2011
2012 will be my third year using this planner. It is perfect for me. I love the pocket in it! The pocket usually tears for me because I use it so much, but I tape it and it's good to go. I write classes, birthdays, holidays, etc. on the left side and my weekly to-do lists, weekly bills and other notes on the right each week. I write important info on the notes pages in the back. I never go without this essential planner!

Edit:
I have given this to my husband in the hopes he'll use it. I THOUGHT this was the NORMAL sized one, my mistake.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on November 9, 2011
The Moleskine weekly notebook is just about perfect. The week layed out by day facing a ruled sheet for notes format suites me well, this is the fifth year running that I've purchased one. Of course, the quality is typical Moleskine, you won't find better. I got the softbound version, easier on the pocket.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on December 10, 2009
This is the second year that I have decided to keep track of my life with the help of a Moleskine. I used to have a PDA and I just decided that it is much easier to just jot things down quickly without having to charge, sync etc. This is a compact book and you have room to write in events and there is a lined sheet for every week to write down phone numbers, shopping lists, comments, memos. If you have ten meetings a day this might not be for you. I have a few children and we are all involved in something and this has worked for us. You might wonder if it's worth spending the $. I found his to be really sturdy. I carried my old one around for 18 months usually at the bottom of my bag and it still looks pretty good.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 18, 2010
This is an outstanding product. Fits perfectly into the pocket of my jeans. This is my second one, the first (last year) was 18months which was just a little too thick and had too many pages that I didn't need. Buy and Enjoy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 23, 2010
Dec. 27, 2010: Addition to review after almost a year. This little calendar held together wonderfully after being in my pockets most of every day's waking hours. I could have carried it another year without it falling apart. However, I learned that it's not washer/dryer proof. Well, duh, how could it be? Fortunately it took until late December for me to finally leave it in my jeans during a wash and dry. That completely destroyed it, but I salvaged the few pages I really needed. I'm starting off a brand new year with a brand new Moleskine. No complaints!

*****

I've needed this soft cover pocket calendar forever, finally realized that, and got one.

It's just the right size for my jeans pockets and for the pants I wear at work - pants with pockets on top of pockets for all the little gear I need during the day.

I've tried PDAs, note pads, sticky notes, palm-of-hand, and folded copier paper for the reminders and lists I make all day, but this has finally consolidated most of what I need into a soft, light booklet with a week-to-week calendar, room for notes opposite the date page, this year's and next year's full calendars on a page, measurement conversion charts, a light elastic placemarker fixed in the booklet ... and more ... all in a little package that's comfortable in my pocket all the time. No batteries, either.

Ink and paper - still good tech.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 30, 2013
This is a nice, convenient little planner, in a convenient size, and nicely formatted for flexible use. However, it is quite costly for what you get. Sadly, after buying this for my 18yo son, we were browsing in the dollar store, and he found a similarly formatted planner, of comparable quality, and slightly larger in size, that he liked better (a bit more flexible for planning and a bit more room to write), so this one was abandoned. I felt it was a waste of $13. I have since been using it as an expense tracker--but again, I could have gotten this at the dollar store! I don't have many expenses as a stay-at-home mama--just once or twice a week to a grocery store, a handful of online purchases, and another errand or two every couple weeks. And that is enough information to fill up this little book!

I like the blank pages on the right hand side of each open spread. Great for notes! But that is the same format we found in the dollar planner, too! I also like the elastic closure that holds this shut in a neat, tidy little book. The dollar version does not have this.

This is certainly a nice little planner, but my recommendation would have to be: Go to the dollar store.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on May 5, 2012
I have a Moleskine notebook and love it. So I decided to get this Moleskine planner to replace my current type of planner I'm using for 2012. I make plans a year ahead so I bought the 2013 planner. I was surprised and delighted to find many pages at the front containing lots of unadvertised wonderful and useful information. Too much to list here but the best thing for me was pages with the 2014 calendar and space to record plans for 2014. Next year I will order the 2014 Moleskine planner when it's published in May. But now I don't have to worry about where to keep plans between January and May. And don't believe those few who give Moleskines bad reviews. The paper quality is excellent. The binding is sturdy. The cover has a wonder soft leather-like look and feel. As for the useful pocket in the back, it's made out of paper so only a stupid person would expect it to stand up to a lot of in and out daily use. I plan on keeping only rarely needed items in that pocket. This product is definitely worth the price and five stars.
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