Remember my short, ill conceived affair with Filofax?
I was seduced by its size. But it was that very same size that drove me back to my Moleskine diary.
I paid 60 bucks for a Filofax I don’t like
But unfortunately, I spend 60 dollars on eBay, to buy that Filofax Metropol Organizer. That’s quite a lot. Especially since it turns out I don’t like it after all. It’s an expensive lesson.
I’m going to tell you a secret!
So I’m going to share something with you. Something I wish someone had told me, before I paid 6o bucks for an organizer I don’t use. Because I did the research before I bought it. I had been searching the internet for information about ‘cheap alternatives to A4 Filofax’. But there wasn’t any.
So now I’m offering the info, I wanted to find. Are you ready for it? Here it comes!
A cheap alternative to a A4 Filofax organizer can be ány binder at all. As long as it’s a 2 or 4 ring binder! All you have to buy is the filofax diary content for 24 USD. And you put that into your binder.
And voila! You’ve got yourself a great organizer!
It has all the perks of a Filofax diary. But you save a lot of money on the binder! And because you can use almost any binder, you have lots of great options.
|Filofax diary in pretty 2-ring binder|
Instead of 60 or more bucks, you only have to pay 24 bucks.
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