Quo Vadis. Another fantastic diary / planner.
The unique Quo Vadis Agenda Planning® diary format was invented by a French doctor, F.G. Beltrami in 1954. Dr. Beltrami found appointment books with their cramped, impractical format did not serve the needs of professionals. So he created his own system that is simple, practical and easy to use featuring the day’s priority, special headings for activities, daily notes, and a perforated corner to open to the week in progress. It allows you to organize your week precisely, and write notes without cluttering the appointment schedule – all at a single glance.
For the last 50 years, Quo Vadis has earned a worldwide reputation for “Agenda Planning Diaries®” combining quality materials, durability and innovative design. You can schedule your appointments, priorities and plan your weeks activities simply, effectively. Agenda Planning diaries® are stitched and bound; you can therefore open your Quo Vadis planner without damaging the spine. Choose from a variety of models and layout styles: desk diary, pocket size and academic year. No matter what model you choose, all have numerous planning features that are easy to read and easy to use.
Quo Vadis joined the Exacompta-Clairefontaine group in 1999 which you can read about earlier in the challenge. Quo Vadis is a planner. The textagenda planner is a functional planner with clairefontaine paper. 🙂 The paper makes the writing experience awesome and the planner is designed in such a way that it is great for time management.
SInce we are talking about planners today – why not share you favourite planner in the comments or if you have tried a Quo Vadis planner – share your experiences.