As I’ve mentioned previously, myself and Percy have a strange relationship at the moment. His set up is bulky and in desperate need of refinement. As you’ll see form the following images, I have quite a few tabs, most of which lack true definition but I feel obliged to include whilst finding my filofax feet. I’m already considering adding to the collection with a finances tab!
Despite the apparent short comings of my current set up, we’re working well together. He looks after all my important day to day information, and I remember to keep him safely by my side in case I need him. Owning a filofax is a bit like owning a handbag-dog, isn’t it? Except it’s easier to write in a filofax than on a tiny dog.
Hopefully you’ll find the same enjoyment in perusing through the next few images that I do in using him :)
|Sturdy, yet flexible, popper.|
|Quite a chunk! Luckily the tabs aren't effected by the closing mechanism.|
|Even with pens I'm able to close him easily.|
|I'm lucky enough to have two rulers for my Portland. As you can see here, one serves partially to highlight how much extra paper I carry around! Surely I don't need to have 2013 in there already?|
|Font interior. He sits wonderfully flat, no matter what surface I put him on. the interior zipped pocket is brilliant for keeping accessories to my graphics tablet safe & together.|
|Back interior. Six card pockets and a large flap provides plenty of storage space for important information, like my ID and receipts for work.|
|My tabs don't exactly 'flow' in a way I've seen others execute so effortlessly. However, it's surprisingly easy to navigate in a hurry.|
|Here you can see my A-Z contact tabs more clearly. In contrast to the rest of my filofax, these are pathetically skinny.|
|The money shot.|
However, I think mine may have to go on a diet soon...