The tenth installment of the Little Otsu Annual Weekly Planner returns with all the great aspects from the previous volumes including more artwork from the wonderful London-based artist Lizzy Stewart! All the useful features you've come to expect from the Annual (undated monthly and weekly spreads, handy list pages, easy-to-use wire-o binding) are combined with the added charm of Lizzy's artwork, ranging from seaside landscapes to architecture to found objects to animals with a special emphasis this year on images from her travels. Each weekly spread features a different drawing so there's a new experience each week to add inspiration to organization.
For Volume 10, you get all of the dateless weeks you need for a year (plus 2 to boot) preceded by a year’s worth of dateless month-at-a-glance pages so that you can look month-to-month at what you have planned. It’s a monthly planner and a weekly planner together in one, and you can start it at any time. Each weekly layout has plenty of lined space for each day, in addition to an extra column under every day so you can easily use it to check off your daily to-do list or add times for your appointments. There are also two spaces for notes: a wide area that's more free-form and a slimmer column that's great for lists or your weekly to-dos.
Planner Stats: -12 dateless month overviews with a month spread over two pages and a space for notes -54 dateless week overviews with different hand-drawn art each week; one week is spread over two pages with two areas for notes -6 personal resource pages (quick reference dates, personal info, addresses, back-up phone list, birthdays/gift list, movies/books/music to check out) -5 notes pages with hand-drawn borders -printed in the U.S.A. on 100% post-consumer recycled paper with soy-based inks -full-color cover on white 130# cover stock and aqua interior on white 70# offset text paper -5.5" wide page (5.75" including binding) x 7” tall, 144 pages -matte pewter wire-o spiral binding with brown chipboard back cover
images are digital renditions; actual printed product will look slightly different