12 Aug 2012

all stars guest post: your filofax week #17

This week, I'm featuring Deborah from Thoughts and Exploration's week! Her blog is definitely one to check out as, I think I've mentioned this before, but she has blogged about a handbag I covet.

Anyway, this is what she had to say:

"Thank you, Angela, for featuring me as part of the Philofaxy All Stars Tour!  I'm a bit shy to show you all my week because it pales in comparison to Angela's lovely posts and pictures.  But here it is, nonetheless.  I love Angela's blog and can spend hours just looking at her gorgeous pictures and reading her posts!  So, I'm honored to be featured here.  Angela did a guest post on my blog as well - a what's in my bag post!  Please take a look at it here.  

So here is my week…rather typical:

I color code as well as use a quadrant system.  Red = work, blue = me, green = family, black = misc; top left = work, bottom left = family, top right = me, and bottom right = misc stuff.  The system works really well for me."

Unfortunately, due to a technical glitch, the image can't be increased in size but that's not a problem. You can still see how Deborah has used her Filofax this week. Plenty of to-dos and tick boxes (my favourite), what looks like washi tape and colour coding! Plus, she writes in the weather - love it!

Thank you to Deborah (and a very big thank you at that) for this guest post. It has been a pleasure :)

How has your week looked? Has it been busy or have you just been working and relaxing?


  1. How interesting, a color-coded + quad system! I love seeing how people use and optimize standard inserts. Thanks for sharing, Deborah -- and thanks for hosting, Angela.

    1. So happy to be featured in Angela's blog! The color and quadrant system has been working fabulously.

      Thanks again, Angela!

    2. It is a pleasure to feature you as a guest blogger, Deborah :) x

  2. Great post! I'm a new Filofax user and am getting great ideas from blogs like this one!

    1. Thanks, Bryan! You certainly won't be at a loss to find posts about FFs and how we all use them!