About this item
- Marrakesh weekly/monthly desk planner.
- Planner includes 12 months of planning pages with Julian dates included.
- One week per two page spread features an equal sized planning space for each day of the week.
Front and back planner covers are decorated across the bottom half with the unique bohemian design. Planner includes 12 months of planning pages with Julian dates included. One week per two page spread features an equal sized planning space for each day of the week. Weeks begin with a section for notes and then run Monday – Sunday. Dates are printed in black ink, while days are bright pink. One month per two page spread features un-ruled daily blocks to freely write in reminders on key dates. Ruled notes column and past/future month reference calendars are also included. Monthly tabs make it easy to open the planner to any date. Marrakesh design creates a colorful border across the top and bottom of each two page spread. Special pages included: holiday list, 3 year calendar reference, event planner, future planning pages, notes pages and contacts pages. Quality paper resists ink bleed. Wire bound. Size: 5 3/4 x 8 1/8; Page Color/Theme: Marrakesh/Mint; Appointment Ruling: Open Scheduling; Edition Year: 2018.
Material: Paper, Polypropylene
Dimensions (Overall): 8.12 inches (L) x 5.75 inches (W)
Number of Pages: 144
Dated format: Weekly, monthly
Package Quantity: 1
Paper Type: Plain Paper
Paper Size: 4.875 x 8 inches
Binding type: Wire
Item Number (DPCI): 081-09-0300
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Kim — 1 year ago
So pretty! I'm excited for 2018 to start so I can use it. Colorful inside pages too. Plenty of space to write, lays flat, convenient size. Wasn't excited about paying $18, but I figured I use it everyday for a year, I'll deal with the price. Wouldn't normally pay that much for a planner.see moreof the reviewer's review