Month: April 2016

Colors, Get Your Colors!

You asked for more colors so now we’ve added a bunch more just for you!

We now have 23 colors in a rainbow-like range of blues, greens, browns, yellows, oranges, reds, purples and grays. We have added softer ones such as moss and brighter ones such as pink and violet.

Planner Colors

Our new colors also provide some additional options for you to use with our red and green covers, which had fewer matches before. So now you have more choice in how you mix and match your planner grids and your cover.

If you are wondering which colors match our covers best, we have named them in a way to make it easy for you: The colors with basic names that match cover colors (black, blue, green, lavender, red, turquoise) are the ones that are closest to our cover colors. For example, if you want a blue cover and blue print in your planner close to your cover color, then pick “blue” for your inside printing.

With all these conservative print colors and wilder ones and softer tints, which one will you choose?



We have a winner!

We asked our customers to fill in a survey and tell us how they feel about their agendios and we offered one agendio of their choice as a prize.

Our winner is Gretchen Peterson from Oregon. Congratulations! Gretchen says that she’s enjoying her current agendio (a Journal-size with a weekly grid layout), so she will wait a little before ordering her new one.

Thanks to everyone for participating and for all your great feedback! You’ll be seeing some new features later this year that come straight from your suggestions.

Divisible and Conquer (1)

All Agendio planners include Divisibles, which is the name of the space for lists that you can also subdivide as you wish. We are often asked why?

The reason is simple: We all have tasks to do and things to remember that do not belong at a specific time or on a specific day. Todos that you will fit in when you have the chance, tasks you plan to juggle during the week or things to pick up or drop off when you happen to be in the area. Also, things you want to track, project  progress and your children’s activities or your school coourses. And how about one often-overlooked area: Me-Time, because it’s important to carve out time for yourself. One way to do this is to write down in your Divisible things you want to do for yourself so they are not far from the tasks you must do for your job.


I don’t understand how some people use planner layouts that do not have enough space for general Todos. We are consistently told by our customers that they actually have more things in their divisibles than in their schedules, and when we ask whether this is new for them, the typical answer is that they always had all these responsibilities and needs, they just didn’t have a good place for them.


If you have a busy schedule and you use a planner that consists mostly of schedule pages and limited room for general activities, I would love to hear how you manage and why you don’t miss having that general space to list all that other stuff that you still must get done.

Remember that some tasks are best placed in a divisible initially and then during the week moved to a specific time slot once you know how your week is playing out.


If you want to see some more excellent uses of divisibles, check out our Client Customization page, featuring a variety of our customers’ creations. You can access it from the Agendio home page or directly at

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