Circa Monthly Tabs Pullout Calendar Compact
I love Levenger!
I've been using Levenger products for 10 years now and I'm always proud to display my Circa notebooks, my pens, and to use the monthly tabbed calendar pages. As both a reader and a writer I never cease to find something I want in every catalog. Thanks for your commitment to excellence in all you do. It show!
February 25, 2014
Love the Pullout Callendar
I buy this every year just for the pullout calendar. I throw ou the monthly stuff. I travel 365 days a year for my job on a national tour of a brodaway show and I need to be able to see the year-at-a-glance to see what city I'm going to be in. I wish I could buy the year-at-a-glance pullout calendar buy itself without the filler pages. I've tried to recreate one myself on Excel, but it's just not as nice as the Levenger one.
December 7, 2013
I like the month tabs
I like that the tabs are sturdy and last the year through and that I can rely on them to use them to go back to a previous month if I need to.
October 26, 2013
Wishing for refill changes
Circa is an excellent system, and I really enjoy my compact agenda, but I have a few suggestions that would make these agenda refills more flexible:
1. I'd like the monthly tab pages to be plain so they can be a permanent part of the agenda. As it stands now, half of the monthly calendar is printed on the tab page, so the tabs have to be replaced every year. The printing on both sides of the tab page also limits the way the agenda can be configured.
2. The combination of month-at-a-glance and week-at-a-glance pages works well for me with the addition of some plain lined pages for lists and to-dos. If the monthly and weekly views could stand alone without pages in common, that would increase their flexibility.
3. The fold out yearly calendar is useful for an overview of the year, but I would be just as happy with a smaller year-at-a-glance page with no boxes. The boxes are really too small for notes in the compact size, but it would make a good reminder tool if used with simple symbol or color coding.
I use a ballpoint pen with my agenda and have had no problems with the paper quality.
January 28, 2013