Get More Out of Your Diary
Originally based in London's Diary House, nestled among the arcade of the Royal Exchange, John Letts engineered a unique accessory; inventing and publishing the world's first commercial diary. Over 200 years later and his invention is still used today to organise and record daily life. But are you doing everything you can to get the most value out of your diary? We've explored a few ways for you to get the most out of this annual investment.
Tip 1: Turn a New Page
Take time to find the perfect diary for you. Come January, a diary can feel like a new notebook with countless fresh pages waiting to be filled with plans and goals, so make sure you find the best layout to compliment your planning style. With day to view designs for the detail orientated, month to views for those who prefer an overview, and week to views for those who like to see what's on their immediate agendas. We have page layouts for every lifestyle and cover designs for every personality.
Tip 3: Capture Your Thoughts
While a diary is the perfect place to keep your agenda, it can also act as a great place to note down personal goals or reflections on daily life. Capture that big idea on it's pages before inspiration leaves you, or note down an achievement for that day, regardless of how large or small. You could even use note pages to make lists of books you want to read, places you want to visit or restaurants you want to try. The more life you add into your diary, the greater reflection it becomes of you.
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