- 50 pages of FSC accredited uncoated (120gsm) paper
- 250mm x 190mm x 5mm to-do pad
- Black cover with sketch patterned pages and 2 styles of to-do page
- Perfect bound at the top, tear page pad with black card back board
- Black and white with plaster pink accents throughout
- Made and produced in the UK
Reclaim your time with this super-smart, ultra-organised desk essential! This 50 page stylish To-Do List notepad is perfect for anyone who is fighting overwhelm and wants to prioritise (and tick off) those tasks.
Not your average To-Do list, it features a range of clever, clear and concise layouts to help you get organised. There are formats for larger lists, quick wins, stuff you’ve been putting off and tasks you know you’ve got to tackle. Including one-column lists (for detailed lists) and two-column lists (with space to highlight ‘fix it quick’, to-do’s to put off and to-dos you need to crack on with), you can also use the handy boxes adjacent to each entry to highlight more important tasks.
With inspirational quotes dotted throughout, you’ll be kept motivated and amused whilst clearing your mind (and your to-dos) each day!
ABOUT HELLO TIME
Founder of HELLO TIME, Samantha Smith, has always loved stationery. A designer for more than 23 years and a devotée of paper and pen, she loves writing notes, lists and ticking them off. But what really inspired her when it came to creating HELLO TIME was that she wanted to fix a problem that no other product, from her research and experience, was able to do. She had an unhealthy daily existence with time. She almost found that ‘time’ was always in direct conflict with what she was trying to achieve and it felt like a daily battle – she would finish each day feeling more disorganised than when she started!
She set to work to create a range of beautifully designed, simple-to-use, easy-to-follow products and tools to help herself, and others, to reclaim their time. Her passion through HELLO TIME is for everyone to wake up each day never feeling anxious, too stressed and lost in the daily myriad of stuff that needs to get done and never feeling that sense of achievement or satisfaction. To ultimately challenge the idea that we simply have too much to do and not enough time to do it.