Ascending Regions Yearly Planner

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$ 15.95 USD
Plan your hiking schedule – along with everything else this year in an Ascending Regions Weekly, Monthly, Yearly planner.
4.75" x 8"
Page Count
144 pages (56 sheets)
Paper Type Weekly Planner, Monthly Planner, Schedule Planner
Paper Weight 81 gsm
Binding Lay-Flat Softcover
Paper Composition 100% recycled
Printing Soy-based ink
Origin Designed in Oregon
Paper milled in Japan
Assembled responsibly in China

Keep track of your schedule starting today! The Syllabus blank planner lets you start your year whenever you like – just fill in the dates and you're ready to plan.

Each notebook starts with two schedule pages for you to keep track of your semesters or repeating weekly plans. Next is a monthly calendar and six weekly calendars (to account for the date layout of any month of any year). The alternating month/week pattern repeats 12 times to cover you for the whole year.

Page Structure:

• 2 Schedule pages
• 12 Alternating monthly/weekly calendars
• 11 Dot grid note pages

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Sandie B.
Canada Canada

Such a great planner

I bought one for my daughter and one for myself. We love how versatile they are- enough setup to allow you to start a bullet journal without a lot of prep, but open enough to make it your own. Great size to fit in a backpack or a big pocket

Amanda M.
United States United States

Exactly what I wanted

I'm very persnickety about my planners... I hate spiral-bound books, and they must have both a monthly look as well as day-to-day. This is exactly what I want, all whilst looking beautiful. I also specifically searched for USA made and recycled books, so I'm glad I found one I like that fits my ethics.

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