Thank you to all who entered this month’s giveaway for one of the Rhodia Academic WebPlanners!
The winners are as follows: Continue Readering »
In need of a new academic planner? Enter below to win one of 20 large black (6 1/4 x 9 1/2″) Rhodia weekly WebPlanners! Continue Readering »
Friends, your voices have been heard.
We are manufacturing a 2012-2013 Rhodia WebPlanner academic edition in pocket and large. They will be available in black or orange covers.
The academic year editions will begin to ship to retailers in early May; calendar year by mid-June.
We are completely sold out of the large 2012 WebPlanner….right down to the two samples we had in the office!
If you want the planner of your choice, please see your retailer early in the season.
Stephanie will host some WebPlanner raffles when they roll off the presses so stay tuned!
This wirebound Multiple Subject book by Clairefontaine features 60 sheets in pale pastel colors: blue, pink, green & yellow. It is graph ruled and includes 12 tabbed sections- this medium size is 6 3/4″ x 8 5/8.” Small (8 tabs) and large (4 tabs) versions are also available.
With 12 tabs, my first instinct would be to use this book in a yearly fashion; one month per tab – but how could we use this book? I’d love to hear your most ingenious ideas.
Sandra Strait, author of the popular Zentangle inspired blog Life Imitates Doodles recently reviewed our new Rhodia WebPlanner.
(The WebPlanner) “has Rhodia’s signature silky smooth paper, and the overall look aims at elegance rather than flash. You’d think elegance would be difficult when some of the print is orange. However, combined with gray print, it has a surprising sophistication.”
Sandra – we just love your tangle designs in our Rhodia products! Please visit her blog for the full review – maybe even stick around and peruse her amazing tangle designs which are all accompanied with step by step patterns on how to create them.
Big congrats to all of the winners from our recent WebPlanner giveaway! Stay tuned – we may just sneak in another giveaway before the end of the year!
Harrison from North Chatham
Elsa from Arlington
John from Midlothian
suzanne from Andover
Cherie from Fruita
christy from Pittsfield
Thank you for entering! – This contest is now closed. Winners will be announced Thursday November 3rd, here on the blog.
We have been getting lots of inquiries on where to buy a WebPlanner with an orange cover.
We received this inquiry from Lorraine in NYC this morning: “I need a 2012 calendar and am only finding black. What happened to orange? I have all your pads and I need the matching calendar for my office.” The answer is – the 2011 WebPlanners with black covers tremendously out-sold those with orange covers, so for the 2012 we only went with black. This doesn’t mean we can’t reconsider for the future, but we have to feel confident the product will sell out.
We were very surprised at the sales of the orange-covered WebPlanner vs. the black, since orange Webbies outsell black by a good margin. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case for the WebPlanners – just the opposite.
Last year, a lot of people wrote to use asking for a hard-cover WebPlanner, vs. the soft-cover we had when we introduced the product. The hard-cover WebPlanners have proved to be very popular, and sales continue to grow.
That being said, your feedback is very important to us. Please let us know your thoughts on this product. Thank you.
Are you a fan of the Rhodia Planners? We recently received a comment from someone requesting that we add a pocket and a ribbon bookmark. Is this something you would like to see in future versions? Knowing that the addition of such features could affect the price, would the these features make you more or less apt to purchase one?
I’m not much of a daily planner kind of person- more of a “month at a glance” kind and I’ve recently fallen in love with my new Quo Vadis Monthly 4 that Karen sent me. (I fully reviewed it here.) One small feature I especially love, are the year at a glance pages. I find something so thrilling about looking back over a completed year. Blocks of time spent here or there, doing this or that- it’s a great visual reminder for me to remember the important bits.
Are you a paper planner person? Which kind do you prefer- daily, monthly, hourly? Do you use more than one? I know that Laurie does!
The winners names are shown below.
As this month marks my one year anniversary with Rhodia Drive, I will soon be doing a special giveaway of some of my FAVORITE products from Exaclair.
We will also give away a number of Rhodia calendar year planners before the end of this year, as well as kick off the first ever Rhodia Video Rodeo with close to $1000 in prizes to be awarded- including a Rhodia gift for every person that enters. Stay tuned for details!
Would you like to win one of 25 Rhodia Weekly Notebooks in academic form? (Academic planners run August 10 to July 11) Winners get their choice of small or large, orange or black. Simply fill out the form below for your chance to win – one entry per person please. The contest will remain open until Tuesday, September 7th (midnight EST) and the winners will be announced here on the blog on Thursday, September 9th. Continue Readering »
Did you know that Quo Vadis invented the concept of Weekly Time Management in 1954? The founder of the company, a French doctor named F.G. Beltrami, sketched a grid on a notebook, and created the Agenda Planning Diary®, a week-on-two-pages planner. This invention revolutionized the use of the paper diary and helped millions of people throughout the world to organize their lives.
Quo Vadis agendas are made with Clairefontaine paper — the best paper in the world for writing. Extra white and super smooth, it’s easy to write… A sister company to Rhodia, Quo Vadis planners have a multitude of design options available. Find your perfect Academic year planner here!
Elegant and intelligent, Exacompta products follow a French philosophy that even simple tools should be good quality and a pleasure to use. Recently, Gail Young took the time to review her new Exafolio, a “green” product whose design provides features for organizing, filing, and storage. Continue Readering »