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DIY Planner

I've finally given up on keeping my calendar, etc. on the laptop. It just doesn't work for me. I've gone back to the system that got me through my youth juggling homework, work, extracurricular activities, volunteer commitments, family events, and some minor political activism -- an 8" by 5.5" paper planner. I caught a sale at Office Max, and picked up a leather planner binder with some undated starter pages and a year's worth of dated refill pages, for about $15 more than I'd have expected to pay for just just the year of dated pages. Not bad, since the binder could have retailed for more than I paid for the entire shopping trip. That, of course, is one...