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#1 of 4 Old 07-02-2012, 06:56 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I'm making a temporary home managment binder, for the rest of the year, i'm designing one that i'm going to have hard bound for a full year for my winter present to myself, and since it's going in a binder i was wondering if i should keep each daily docket or take them out after the day is over or wait till the end of the week or month.  some people sugest the laminating and reusable thing but I don't like the feel of laminate/paper covers so i would be printing out new ones each week anyway.

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Since you are going to have it bound at the end of the year, perhaps keeping them for a week, and at the end of the week writing down what you want to remember of the week?  Then you won't have a daily thing, but you will have a good record?


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Are you having it printed via an online service or an in-person service?

 

I'd check those out and decide that and then go from there.


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I'm making it in blurb using proline uncoated paper so I can write straight in the book, binders may be nifty and flexible and I use them for a lot of things but there is something about a good hardbound book that just makes me feel so happy and put together that... eh I know I'm crazy.  just like I pick my food journal for how it makes me feel to hold it, it may not be the most practical layout, definatly fdar from my favorite but it makes me happy to put it in my purse, and I think happily pullying my to-do list off the shelf every morning is something worth giving up a little practicality for.

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