Back on the subject of paper based tools today as one of the tools that I use has just had its 2015 release – the Chronodex by Patrick Ng. This is released in two halves and is available as a download for the first half of 2015. (You will need a printer after downloading and some assembly).
The format of the Chronodex is meant for the Midori Traveller Notebook style of (http://www.midori-japan.co.jp/tr/english/) but you don’t need one of these to use it.
Upon first glance it looks a bit quirky and hard to use, but once you get used to the format of the Chronodex it does become an interesting tool to use. A bit different from a normal day to a page diary with times down the side.
Using shading, colours or other types of marking you can block out parts of the Chronodex for tasks/appointments and add keys or words alongside the areas filled out.
Available to download from http://scription.typepad.com/blog/2015/01/chronodex-weekly-planner-jan-jun-2015-released.html More detailed instructions for use are available on Patricks blog.
Or download directly from http://goo.gl/F43vWc
There are lot of other versions/sizes of the Chronodex available via all good search engines.