Peacock Mini Three-Ring Binder
Modern, Pretty and Sturdy
This is great binder for small or half-sized paper projects.
September 4, 2013
I have had issues in the past moving planner to planner every few months because it's so hard to find one that has what you need for your life! The Russell & Hazel system allows me to add or take out what I need when I need it to stay on top of things. Also, the pages are easily editable, for work I printed sections that I need onto the mini filler paper sheets so I have exactly what I need when I need it!! And the bright colors are always a plus! :)
June 10, 2013
I bought mine about a year ago and it still looks brand new. As others have said, they fact that it's completely customizable is the best feature. I can make it a plain notebook or a planner or divide it into sections...anything is possible! Currently, it's my daily journal. I have no regrets and would gladly recommend!!
March 21, 2013
The most practical office notebook I've found
This notebook is the best I've found for keeping meeting notes and to-do lists organized and updated. The size is perfect - large enough to fit a meaningful amount of information on each page, yet small enough to be convenient to carry around all day. Since it's a loose-leaf system with different types of paper, dividers, etc., you can fully customize the notebook for your needs - and you can simply remove or rearrange pages and/or entire sections as your needs change. It's also relatively durable - I used my first one daily for over 2 years, and it's still in very good shape, except that the corners are finally showing some wear.
In addition to its practical features, it also has personality - different colors and styles. (However, it looks like there's been a shift towards more solid colors than patterns - the latter made for a more interesting selection, so hopefully the older styles will be revived at some point.)
I've already recommended this to friends looking for a more stylish, flexible option than a spiral/bound notebook or day planner-type tool, and will continue to do so.
April 15, 2012