Plastic Free 2022 Planner
Planner Ending Week: Monday Jan 1, 2023
This year's new dye-free cover material adds another level of sustainability tooth's zero-waste planners; using rapidly renewable fibers from straw and hemp means that for the first time there are multiple cover options.
8.5" x 11 5/16" x 3/8"
52 Weeks (Monday through Sunday layout)
Monthly at-a-glance section (2 months per page)
2 page spread per week (left page for scheduling, and right page for notes)
Corner cut guides at the bottom of the notes pages make it easy to flip to the current week - corner cut guides are marked with the week number (1-52)
Interior paper is 80#, and 100% post-consumer recycled
Pen markings do not bleed through
Cover material is made from rapidly renewable resources: hemp, straw
"Lay-flat" Binding - that's what it's called, but it's more lay-flat'ish. It lays open to the current week with a moderate amount of applied pressure, but it's simple construction- no new technological zero-waste bookbinding breakthroughs here, so if the spine gets overworked or repeatedly bent backwards, it's likely that it could eventually lose some integrity and "come undone". Nori paste is our go-to for binding repairs, but with standard daily use, the planner should hold up nicely.
What makes other planners “trash":
- Cover Materials: Fabric, leather, pleather, laminates
- Binding Methods: Book-binding / spiral-binding
- Do-dads: Elastic bands, ribbons, plastic tabs
End of Life: