Designed by: JStory
I am loving Korea right now.
Japanese design has always been my favourite but boy does it take itself seriously. Korean design, for me, has the same attention to detail but with some added fun and playfulness.
I know this monthly planner might not seem fun and joyful to some people but look at how ridiculously big the Big one ends up being when opened out!
Fun right? Riiiiiight?!
And the Mini one looks comically small in comparison.
In their own environments, Mini in a pocket / Big propped up against a wall, they are perfect for their space but they do make me laugh side by side.
The stitching is a line!
The simplicity of the grid system, no numbers or months, makes this planner extra useful. You can skip a month / a week or whatever and not lose a whole spread, just pick up where you left off.
Here is the size run-down;
A3 – Big Monthly Planner
A4 – Large Monthly Planner
A5 – Medium Monthly Planner
A6 – Small Monthly Planner
A7 – Mini Monthly Planner
If you want the measurements Google it. I must spend 1/3 of my time at a computer Googling how big an A4, A6 or A3 page is. WRITE IT OUT JULIA. If I make myself suffer to try and force myself to remember page dimensions I’m certainly going to extend the same curtesy to you.
Let me know if you ever learn them. I seem incapable.
If you’re living in the UK, like Moi, you can use JStory’s Amazon Shop as JStory’s own website’s international section is in dollars, I’m not even sure they’re US dollars. US peeps can use Mochi Things or Poketo.
P.S. Oh my gawd. I was just making sure that that Jstory link above was correct and I noticed that they now do the planners in black on black and grey on grey. There aren’t enough images to re-do this whole article but you do need to see the restrained beauty…
Grey on grey everyday.
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