I have used the same kind of datebook for years. I love my At-A-Glance week per page a lot! (also, alot)
And I save my old datebooks, so I have a shelf of them at home, all pretty much the same. One year I was late to Staples and had to choose a color other than black. One year I lost my mind at the sale price and bought a New Yorker date book from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but mostly it's been black, spiral bound, week at a glance for lo, these many years.
In fact, I bought one for 2017, and being organized, I bought it in October.
But by the latter half of November it was clear I was going to need to organize myself quite differently in 2017 than I have in the past Shark+ years (the job at New Leaf!) And for that I was going to need a different date book.
A day at a glance.
So, I bought that version.
Which leaves my week at a glance currently homeless. And feeling quite lonely.
The idea of just throwing it away is anathema.
Besides my good Scots mum would rise from her grave, fix me with a stern glare and remind me that wasting perfectly good items is not how I was raised (she would do this while folding lightly-used paper towels to be reused of course--and no I am not making that up.)
So it dawned on me, that perhaps someone in our merry band of commenters would have need of a perfectly lovely, free to a good home, 2017 datebook.
So, same rules as we've had this week.
Tell me why you want this in the comment column of this blog post.
50 words or less.
The new Colin Smith rule: ONE comment is your entry. You can comment more than once, but
only one will be considered your entry.
Everyone can enter, but only US addresses can win.
You've got 8 hours from now! (3pm EST)
Sorry! The contest is closed. Winner to be announced shortly.
PS This is the last contest of the year. Today's our last day at work, and I'm diving under my duvet with a 1000 page book right around 5pm!