The Paperchase Agenzio is one of my favorite planners. A very functional horizontal spread with lined and unlined writing space it’s perfect for separating work and personal.
See my review of the planner in this post.
Before the Pen
So much open ended space <3
The pages are wide enough that you can divide them into 2 columns too.
After the Pen
I’ve found myself gravitating more and more towards using only different colored pens in my weekly spreads. It’s quick, simple and easy.
Since I was using the Paperchase planner I figured I may as well use the Paperchase pens too. These pens are similar to the Kikki K write in rainbow and the Ooly pens (needle tip & rainbow).
They write nicely but they’re not my favorite pens – I write on an angle and find needle tip can be a bit scratchy and more prone to the ink skipping.
I split the planner in 2 with blog on the left and to do’s on the right
The line spacing of this planner is perfect!
The paper has a yellow tinge which means it’s very obvious when you use whiteout 🙁
Would I use this planner again?
Yes. I really like this layout and planner. It’s sewn bound but the pages lay flat (without having to ‘break in’ the spine). The only con is that the pages have a yellow tinge.
Past weekly spreads
- Weekly Planning using the Plum Paper Memory Keeper Book
- Using Microsoft Word to plan your week
- Using the MAMBI Happy Planner Horizontal
- Quick and easy weekly meal planning using sticky notes
- Planner Inspiration: 10 Rainbow Weekly Spread Ideas
- How to choose the right planner pens: what to look for when buying planner pens
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