Circa Weekly Vertical Format Agenda Refill LTR
Just What I Needed
I just switched over to the Circa products and bought the weekly planner pages. Just what I needed! I have used a similar planner in the past, but I appreciate the clean look of these pages and I love the area for daily to do/notes. A great bonus was being able to order the planner for the start month of my choice!!
July 12, 2014
Great Planning Item
I use this along with the monthly tabbed pages for planning at work. I use a paper planner so this keeps me on track with meetings, deadlines, following up on items, etc. Great product!
April 13, 2014
This monthly calendar works perfectly in my work circa (letter size). It helps me to see the month at a glance. Tabbed monthly pages are a great help!
April 13, 2014
Customize your calendar
I liked that I could customize the order to start when I receive it and not waste 3 previous months worth of calendar. My hitch on function, and only 4 stars is simply because this version of this calendar really fills up your organizer -- and since the paper is of great quality it adds weight as well. My fix to this was to keep 6 months in and the other 6 months filed away .. but at some point I am going to be bouncing back and forth between adding months and subtracting months.
March 25, 2014
Love love love it
I love the calendar! It offers several formats to keep me on track as well as the monthly to do's. the vertical format is great. Thanks levenger for your awesome products.
February 22, 2014
This planner is thoughtfully organized for a busy schedule. The monthly calendar helps keep important meetings and appointments in a broad view, and the weekly agenda pages save me from an otherwise overwhelming week. I can plan out my time slots each Monday morning around meetings, appointments, etc. Fantastic, and I will continue to purchase each year. The only reason for 4 stars rather than 5 is that this product no longer has a monthly side-view tab, which I now add manually with post-it tabs. Love this and all Levenger products!!
December 23, 2013
Love the vertical format
As a student, I often have multiple assignments due each day and the vertical format works perfectly for that.
December 7, 2013
Calendar Refill Almost Great
For several years I have been using the letter size calendar refill. Until last year. each page had a corner tab that could be torn off so that it was easy to locate the current spread. Suddenly last year and this year, that tab no longer appears. That small detail has made the calendar more difficult to use and results in a 4-star rather than a 5-star rating.
One other thing that reduces the rating from 5-star to 4-star is that the paper used doesn't prevent fountain pen ink bleed through. Considering that Levenger promotes fountain pens (and I use one I bought from Levenger), one would think the calendar paper would be such that one could use a fountain pen without any bleed through.
I like the Circa calendar system but am disappointed by the change form the tearable corner tab to none and the inability to use a fountain pen with the paper.
October 7, 2013
I have used this calendar format for over a year now and just ordered my refill. It seems that they have thought of every possible agenda item which one may need to wrote down. I also like the heavy card stock which gives the pages some heft.
October 1, 2013
Love it and use it all the time
I am a teacher, and use the vertical planner every day of the school year to help plan lessons and keep student records, so I really appreciate being able to start the calendar in September. I love the flexibility of the Circa notebook; it lets me add pages of my own design among the calendar pages. I love the quality of the leather covers, and I like the paper itself and the variety of pages that are available. However, I do think that the 2011 calendar was much more aesthetically pleasing. (Although I did find "Jot-A-Note" a bit cutesy.) The pages of 2012 and 2013 are much more cluttered-looking. The font used in 2011 was much more handsome and elegant, I don't need a shaded strip down each column to tell me where to check off completed items, and the little calendars at the bottom of the page are busier-looking. I, too, preferred the one-page calendar of each month, and I do miss the moon phases and the little perforations to tear off the corners of the pages.
July 3, 2013