Pagna 1-12 and 1-31 Expanding Organiser - Black
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- Expanding organiser ideal to use as a bring forward file
- Cover is manufactured from heavyweight board riveted to an expanding linen spine and pressboard pages
- Each section is identified with a strong clear PVC tab
- 1-12 and 1-31
- 44 expanding sections
- Capacity: 6000 sheets
- Size: A4
Top Customer Reviews
You can put all your commitments and appointments in your diary or on your calendar, or iPhone, but where do you put the bits of paper that you need to check or bring along for those appointments? If you put them in a slippery heap or on a noticeboard they soon get buried under papers to file and other important papers you also need to attend to.
This Bring forward folder is excellent to keep all the bits of paper that you WILL need in the forthcoming days, weeks and months, but you don't want laying around right now.
It is a perfect place to keep hospital appointment letters, theatre tickets, MOT reminders, credit card bills, next year's term dates, letters that need to be answered, anything that includes a physical piece of paper and not just a diary entry.
Each piece of paper goes into its place in the file, for next week, next month or next year. Now you can rest, knowing that you do not need to try to remember about it. You will find it again at the right time, just by looking each evening at the items you have already placed ready for you to find in the following day's page.
It works much better than the home made system that I tried out initially, because:
1) the expanding spine holds masses of paper without it slipping over the dates
2) the holes in each page reveal in an instant if you have missed anything on a previous page
This folder is not pretty - it is clearly designed for office use, but it is a failsafe household necessity for me now. Even if I miss checking it for a day or two, I can quickly catch up and the system continues to allow me to find what I need at the time that I need it.
It works because it is just so simple.
The file is split into two core sections: 31 days so all tickets, meeting notes, articles and things to read on specific days can be allocated and stored away (less distractions, more focus on what's needed today!). A4 documents fit easily into the file sections, and allow you to organise what needs doing when.
In addition to this, it has a monthly file sections per month. So if you know that you have theatre tickets or meeting notes to file away for use in upcoming months, you can simply add those to your files. Very handy for insurance renewals and the like.
Whether you are using this as a reminder system for things that are coming up in the future (meeting notes, contracts, prospects or agendas) or indeed as a past year reminder of what was spent (receipts, invoices and expenses), or decided or created in a particular month / day, this folder will just help you feel more organised. And as we know the less chaos there is, the more we can get done.
It's quite heavy duty, so not something I'd recommend you carry around with you, but instead something that lives on a desk nearby to where you work or file your paperwork. The only things that would make it better would be a coloured tag or tab indicator to help you quickly identify the day you are on, and an elastic across the middle to support you in moving it around safely (if you have to!) and keep all your documents in the places you've allocted them to.
Fab purchase, and totally made up for it's own value within a month. It's an organisers dream, and for any wannabe organisers, this is one of the best starts you can make!
I've added some photos to indicate how much the accordion section can be expanded.
Another feature of this item is that it has holes in the middle that you can poke a finger through to open it directly on the next section that actually has content. The holes are quite small though - I can only do that with my little finger.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
To those who complain about sheets falling when the item is shelved vertically, I would suggest the use of two large metal clips on each page, one on top, one on the mid-right edge... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lis
Big fan of this folder. Having read Getting Things Done this has helped me get my work and life in order. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mark Nicholls
Not what I expected, could not be placed on a shelf as paper/letters will fall out when lifted off the shelfPublished 12 months ago by Alexandra Butler
I've been dreaming of one of these for a long time! I had no idea they existed. I've used the 1-31 style folders at work and found them indispensable (they are actually difficult... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Bibi