Today I’d like to show you what I write & keep in my Filofax. I guess mine isn’t special compared to other people’s organisers, but it’s always nice to peek into someone else’s organiser, isn’t it!?
Here is my pocked sized Malden, and this is the only organiser I use. I used to write things on different places like a wall calendar, notebooks, a spare organiser, etc., but it never really worked for me as I need everything in ONE place. So here is my organiser, and it contains everything I need!
These are my tabs- there are 19 of them!
Most of the letters on the tabs are written in Japanese, so here is the translation.
There are many sections for my online business and freelance translation. It’s boring to go through those sections so I’d like to show you other sections. Oh, and I wrote about my registration number cover HERE in the past.
Let’s start with the section for passwords. I wasn’t sure if I should write all my passwords on my Filofax for security reasons, but I often need these passwords when I’m away from home, so I decided to write them in a coded way so no one can understand them 😉 Then I printed a website logo alongside each password so I can find a password quickly.
I flick through these pages very often, so I laminated them.
And here is a section for sticky notes. I wrote about it HERE so I skip this section for now.
And here is the monthly calendar for this month. I usually write all my plans and to-do’s on week-on-two-pages, and I write things which are already finished on the monthly calendar for the future reference as it’s easier to look over the entire month.
I write all the addresses on my Filofax as I never really liked the digital address book on any of my mobile phones and my current smart phone.
And this is a section for all the gifts sent & received. I refer to these pages before buying gifts as I often forget what I gave and what was given!
This is a section for the opening times of the shops in my neighbourhood.
And this is a section for my wishlist.
By the way, this stamp I made has been really useful.
You can see more about my stamps HERE.
And I have a railway map in the section “Other”.
I used to have a British map and a Japanese railway map in this section, but I took them out recently as I don’t look at them much.
I only keep these in the pockets as I don’t like my organiser to be bulging.
Phew! That was a long post!! Thank you very much for reading and I hope you enjoyed it 😉