Night Wolf Twinbook
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An air of mystery fills the forest as the wolf treads quietly within the shadows.
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The two-in-one book.
One page to set your goals,
another to get you there.
Our medium books are designed to be durable and easy to carry around.
|200H x 150W x 20D mm|
Front and back pockets
Write with ease across a smooth paper surface.
|ISO 9706 Long Life|
|ISO 14001 Environmental Management Standard|
|Made in Italy|
Inside the box
Complimentary gift box
I've been using this planner for about 2 years now, getting refills every half-year, and it continues to be my favorite planner. I get the undated vertical calendars and the lined journals - having both was really helpful for me academically. I personally don't use monthly spreads, but the weekly spreads were super helpful for keeping track of assignments, weekly to do's, and things I was expecting in the mail! The lined notebook was handy for taking notes for my classes, and I eventually started using it as a kind of planning and goals section of my planner. I'm not sure I'll be using it much in the future now that I've graduated, but it was such a life-saver throughout my college/academic experience <3
As a note, the pages ARE a little thin, but I mostly used pencils, Bic purple ballpoint pens, and Zebra mildliners (the darker colors can be seen through the pages a bit, but it's not a huge deal to me). I think as long as you don't use super heavy inks in this planner, it should be totally fine!
I am gonna be honest here. I loved the layout for this planner (I got vertical undated). The monthly calendar is perfect for long term planning, while the daily/weekly is just big enough for all of my to-do’s, especially with distance learning, it has helped me stay on top of my schoolwork. The notebook pages in the back are also great for making longer lists, writing down phone numbers or making plans for future art and sewing projects. The planner also comes with a sticker pack, which has come in quite handy (flowers for birthdays, smiley face for therapy appointments, tabs to mark each month like a bookmark.) My one complaint would be that the pages are a bit thin. Most of my pens that don’t bleed through normal paper show quite obviously on the other side. Even the pen the book came with (which IS high quality and quite fun to use) bled through. However, pemcil and colored pencil works fine.