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Andalucia Daily Planner
Andalucia Daily Planner
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Andalucia Daily Planner

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Need to get organised? Then you need this daily planner book. It features an abstract Andalucia-inspired print on the cover, and has a contrast olive green inside cover. It's undated, so you can start it whenever you want (and you don't have to feel guilty if you don't use it for a few months).

This lovely A5 size planner book (14.8 x 21cm) is made by a family run music book maker right here in the U.K., and the inside sheets are made from music sheet paper. The soft cover is a luxurious, textured 250gsm G.F. Smith card and has 320 pages, made from a lovely textured 90gsm Munken paper. It has a day per page for week days, and a page split in half for the weekend - there's 52 weeks in total and it comes with a matching bookmark. The book itself has special binding that means it will lay flat on the table (perfect for left-handed people who struggle to use the start of notebooks!)

The Completist was founded in January, 2018 by husband and wife duo Marko and Jana based in Peckham, London.

Inspired by art, fashion and history and united by their love of good design, The Completist is well-known for their unique combinations of print, colour and beautiful products. From cards for every occasion to their popular lay-flat notebooks, they have something for every design-conscious stationery lover.

But good design doesn’t stop with the final product which is why they go the extra mile to make sure The Completist ‘experience’ is as sustainable as possible – all their paper goods are made from FSC certified paper and come in biodegradable film bags. The rest of the packaging is made from FSC certified card or recycled paper, and 90% of the range is made in the UK using small, independent manufacturers.