Nature Print Undated Planner
We love the slim, minimalist design of this open-dated planner! We opt for open-dated planners at Eco Collective because we all know that some years don't shake out as planned... Now can start planning any time, and if you skip a few months with this one, you can always pick back up wherever you left off - no waste! And of course, as with all of our notebooks, this planner is made with recycled paper.
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, and there are 12 dot grid pages to use however you like.
Designed locally in Portland, Oregon and inspired by nature, we hope that these lovely planners will inspire you to do get creative, and stay curious!
Use & Care
These pages are fountain-pen friendly - for best results, use a fine to medium tip. These notebooks pair perfectly with our fountain pens, which have a medium tip!
Size / Materials
- 144 pages
- Measures 4.75" x 8"
- 2 Schedule pages
- 12 Alternating monthly/weekly calendars
- 11 Dot grid note pages
- 100% recycled FSC paper and coverboard
- Printed with soy ink
- Fountain pen friendly
- 81 GSM weight paper that begs to be written on!
- Sewn bound signatures.
This journal was designed and distributed from Cognitive Surplus, a local brand in Portland, Oregon, and made in China.
Cognitive Surplus prides themselves on being "where science meets design," and it shows in their unique designs. They take their environmental impact very seriously; each year as a company, they offset 100% of their calculated carbon emissions (including each and every shipment they make), plus 10 additional tonnes just to be sure.
End of Life
Save it as a keepsake or recycle it.
It is perfect, great quality and exactly what I was looking for!
I will be ordering these from here on out!
I've been a fan of Cognitive Surplus products for a quite a while now, but I never knew that they made dateless planners before. So I was delighted when I came to EcoCollective to discover this pretty and practical calendar book! Featuring the same quality paper and printing that their notebooks offer, this book is trimmed to a slightly slimmer profile, making it easier to slip into a purse or backpack. Love this planner and am happy to have it for this year!
Liked my last planner fine enough and was searching for a new one since it has approx a month left. Got this one to replace it. Love the layout and can't wait to switch over! It looks so cute and organized, I love it so much already. Plus, it's eco friendly! I already know I will be ordering again when this one is finished.
I'm extremely ADHD and have never been able to handle a planner or use one properly before ever, not even in high school. I've tried buying others before but I've always had a mess of issues with actually getting around to writing in them. This item is small, enough to fit in my hand, has a beautiful and attention-grabbing cover, and is very open and undated which does perfect for letting me decide what to put or not put in it!! which is much less overwhelming than some other planners where there's categories or pages I don't even end up using or wanting to use. I've been writing in it for two weeks already and it's been such a relief and helped me relax so much, I finally have a reliable place to store all the tasks that I rapid-fire remember I need to do and is laid out simply enough to not freak me out when i open it. The monthly calendar pages are great for letting me lay out and visualize what my actual week and schedule will end up looking like for that month. I love this so much!!! it's so good I'd consider buying another of the same when i fill up all the pages in these ones.
I bought these planners to use for gratitude journals with my children. They are beautiful planners made with recycled paper and soy based ink. I love that they are open date so I can start them at Easter (most other planners I saw started last June - almost an entire year of wasted pages before we began!) I think my children will love the planners and we will all benefit from making a daily effort to count our blessings.