Have you enjoyed my recent spur of posts about notebooks? Don’t answer that. I don’t care because I’m not going to stop. Now, this time, I’ve got something special for you.
It’s not a notebook: it’s so much more!
It’s an opportunity to design your own notebook.
Welcome to Agendio!
Agendio.com offers you the chance to customize an agenda notebook according to your own desires. You start by choosing a monthly, weekly, or monthly-weekly layout. From there, you can truly customize this notebook according to your own personal agenda.
You can add in your own important personal dates, along with the national and religious holidays of your choice. You can also enter in weekly events/appointments. For example, because I serve as a pastor, I added Sunday AM worship, Wednesday night service, and communion, which I was able to set up to appear only on the first Sunday of the month, according to our tradition.
I chose a weekly layout and from there was able to customize it to have open boxes for each day of the week—I like to have some room for “freeform” organization—opposite a page of four categories of task lists, one for each of my areas of greatest responsibility. You can pretty much customize every item on this page—solid lines, dashed lines, no lines, square check boxes, rounded check boxes, no check boxes, custom labels, and on and on.
There are so many options that I actually missed some, but Agendio had my back and advised me to go back and complete those sections. So very helpful!
Then, we get down to the finish details: cover color and accessories! You can add an elastic band, a metal page marker, extra pages, and you can have your page corners perforated so that you can tear them off and know instantly where your current page is.
In the end, one of these custom-designed beauties will run between $30 and $40, depending on what options you choose, and fear not, if you end up designing the greatest agenda ever, your design will be saved in your account for you to order again later.
Get your life under control, on your own terms, by heading over to Agendio.com. Tell them I sent you. You won’t get a discount, but it’s always nice to give credit where it’s due.