Paper Planner

The power of pen and paper

7 good reasons to plan your week on paper

In many ways and areas, digital is the new normal. That goes for planning and time management tools as well, however, the old-fashioned paper planner has a large fan base.

Which suits you? They both have pros and cons but there are at least seven good reasons to pick pen and paper over keyboard and smart applications. Stora Enso recently published an article that lists them, we’ve made a selection:

Retro is trending. Physical formats are perceived as cool and, as contradictive as it may be, new!

Read the article and take a look at the complete list of reasons why you might want to plan your week on paper here .

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