Product DetailsCombine your weekly plans with notes, to-do lists, ideas and inspiration. The Moleskine Weekly Notebook is dated from January to December and is formatted to show the week’s appointments on the left with a full ruled page for notes on the right. It is a handy and flexible diary/planner that allows you to see the whole week at a glance, while also incorporating the freedom of a notebook. The cover has a color-coordinated elastic band to secure your plans and bookmark ribbon to keep you on track all year long.
- Classic Moleskine planner style
- Printed on high-quality paper, FSC Certified paper
- Features Moleskine ivory-colored pages
- Includes all major public and culturally significant holidays.
- Features useful tools: planning, time zones, international measurements, dialing codes and flight duration
- Includes matching ribbon bookmark and elastic closure
- Features hard cover and rounded corners
- Perfect as a gift for new professionals, graduates, or any occasion
- Stay organized all year long
- Pairs perfectly with stickers, notebooks, and your favorite pens
About Chronicle Books
Chronicle Books is an independent publisher based in California that has been making things since the Summer of Love. We are inspired by the enduring magic of books, and by sparking the passions of others. As soon as you pick up our publishing, we want you to be able to tell that what you're holding comes from us. We consider every detail, and ask questions like these: does the design support and enhance the content? How does it feel in your hands? What special touches can we add to make it an object you'll treasure? We apply this approach to everything we make, whether it’s a book, journal, game, ebook, or our newest invention. Based in San Francisco, our headquarters are in an old maritime machine shop and warehouse.
Get and stay organized no matter how hectic life gets! Organize your days and make time for yourself with one of our planner calendars. Stay organized all year with a hard-cover engagement calendar. The sturdy hardcover design protects your schedule from a year's worth of handling. Conveniently sized and designed with care, hard-cover engagement calendars display a planner page for every week of the year as well as images from a variety of categories such as dogs, lighthouses, national parks, flowers, and more! These appointment planners come in a wide selection to fit your own personal style. Nature, animals, inspirational, or quirky – we have it all. Express yourself by adding stickers, washi tape, and sticky notes. Or, create your own system of colors, symbols, and abbreviations for quick reference. Make each planner your own and plan out your week for special dates such as birthdays, anniversaries, doctor appointments, class projects and more. Perfectly sized and designed, carry a hard-cover engagement calendar year round to stay on top of your busy life and never forget an appointment or risk being late to that important date. See the product description for specific features and shop our vast collection of hard-cover engagement calendars.
The Moleskine brand was created in 1997, bringing back to life the legendary notebook used by artists and thinkers over the past two centuries, such as Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, and Bruce Chatwin. Today, Moleskine identifies a vast family of paper objects, smart notebooks and apps, bags, books, travel and digital device accessories and writing tools. Moleskine objects, both analog and digital, connect the owner to a heritage in art, literature and cultural and geographical exploration. They form an ecosystem of tools and services that provide for and connect the visionaries of the past with the makers of the future. The company began life as Modo&Modo, a small Milanese publisher that, in 1997, brought the original notebook back to life and established the Moleskine® trademark. Moleskine Srl went on to acquire the worldwide trademark rights for the brand in January 2007 and was listed on the Italian Stock Exchange in 2013. The brand was acquired and delisted by D’Ieteren at the end of 2016.