Circa Vivacious Checklist Pad Trio
These are better than post-its!! I love that I can insert them where necessary and more importanly keep my quick notes/list all together in one place!
November 23, 2013
Even better than the task pads!
I love these pages. I can use them in any of my notebooks and the lines are long enough to really describe things. The colors make it easy to distinguish between uses like grocery list, work task list, committee member list, check/spending record, wish list. There are so many possibilities. The colors also make the pages easy to locate within my notebooks. Great product!!!
July 27, 2013
Versatile and flexible
These are the best! They don't have a header, so I can use them for to-do lists, grocery lists, lists of errands, party guest lists, you name it! They are in pads, which make them easy to store in a drawer or basket -- they stay nice until you're ready to use them. I like that they are smaller than the page -- it allows me to layers 2 or 3 with the top of each one showing.
July 15, 2013
Useful, Practical Product
These checklist work wonderfully. Colored checklists are a welcome sight on a busy day. The colors help to quickly identify categories such as Orange (Business), Green (Family/Projects), and Blue (Travel). Since they are "Circa", easy to move these checklists from Compact to Journal to Letter notebooks. Really appreciate their introduction to Levenger's product line.
May 21, 2013
Color Coded Check List Forms
Levenger Check List Formats are great. I've used the 3/x5 card size for the Circa 3x/5 small notebook for a long time. Wonderful to have a checklist form for the Compact size Circa...and, with colored framing. I use these primarily in the "Stepped Project" junior size notebook. The color coding helps me to quickly classify quickly those tasks that are Immediate (Orange), Essential (Green), Not Critical (Blue). I use these forms for each "Project". One of the nice attributes is that the colors are very bright and therefore, one cannot easily gloss over them.
March 15, 2013