The  Wild   Simplicity  Daybook

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In 2015, the Wild Simplicity Daybook came into being. After years and years of planners/organizers that didn’t work for me once the newness wore off, I decided to create my own. I’d been cobbling together versions for awhile, with the calendar I already designed and loose-leaf pages, but longed for something smaller, more contained, more whole. As well, I wanted it to feel wonderful, work simply, look like it belonged in my life…and be versatile, so I didn’t feel stuck with it when my needs or desires changed (as they often do!)

Of course, it had to be as gentle on the earth as a planner could be made. Something most planners and notebooks don’t even consider.

And the Daybook is still ticking all of those boxes, eight years along, tho’ I have used it in different ways over the years. Here are some of those ways and some details about how the Daybook works…

 

 

 

 

::One of the beauties of this Midori style of planner is that it can change with you, and you are never tied to a whole year of pages you don’t love.::