Quo Vadis Planners
Paper planners are compatible with everything, easily adaptable to personal needs, affordable, and a change of pace from a computer screen. While nothing can replace the feel of a pen against paper, an inferior quality paper makes for a terrible experience. This is why Quo Vadis is unique among all the paper planners. We use only the best paper in the world for writing, Clairefontaine PEFC paper.
Here are our Quo Vadis catalogs. Most planners ship the next day, you will find a few books clearly marked as "special order", they take about 1-2 weeks.
Quo Vadis Planners are made in the USA
The Agenda Planning Diary was invented by a French doctor, F. G. Beltrami. Dr. Beltrami found appointment books with their cramped, impractical format did not serve the needs of professionals. He created his own system that is simple, practical and easy to use. It features the day's priority, special headings of activities, daily notes, and a perforated corner to open to the week in progress. The features of the Agenda Planning Diary allow you to manage your priorities and tasks for the week, and write notes without cluttering the appointment schedule. Dr. Beltrami was the first to develop a weekly planner on two pages. Prior to its development only daily planners were used.
One of the joys of using a paper planner is opening it to a fresh, clean page. Quo Vadis diaries have the most ink friendly paper made. It is Clairefontaine Brushed Vellum. This exceptionally smooth vellum paper never curls, smears or bleeds through. Perfect glazing allows pen, pencil and felt tips to glide easily.
Please note, dated planners are returnable for credit for only 14 days after delivery.