Top positive review
So MUCH CHEAPER Than The 'At A Glance' Brand (for similar quality)
Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2020
My 2021, 9"x12" weekly/monthly 'Blue Sky' planner is one I've relied upon for my daily appointments for several years now.
I have found its pages and wire-bound construction supple enough for TWO years of appointments within it (YES, I'M SO CHEAP AND THE BOOK-CALENDARS' PAGES ARE SO LARGE THAT, BY DRAWING VERTICAL LINES DOWN EACH OF ITS 71 PAGES OF WEEKLY VIEWS AND WRITING-IN THE SECONDARY DATES FOR THE FOLLOWING YEAR, THAT I CAN EASILY CONVERT THEM TO A 2-YEAR, WEEKLY-VIEW BOOK).
Each week-day upon its weekly-view pages has an ample, 8"-wide space for TEN lines of written notes/appointments (with Saturdays & Sundays' days being only 4" in width...still enough for ten lines of appointments if the notations aren't too elaborate and you write small).
Its first page within shows two years of months...for 2021 and 2022 (small..one can only see what day falls on what date and, perhaps, just to make a circle around a monthly-day to mark it as a really important one).
Each months' weekly-view 'start' page is Tabbed, with its 3-letter month inscribed upon the tab and which will display THAT FULL MONTH ON TWO OPEN PAGES FACING YOU (each of that month's days having a 2" x 2", seven-lined space-square for a few notation(s) upon and major holidays are also indicated, including Jewish ones).
At the end of MY calendar's 2-year lifespan (remember, that's ME ALONE...after I convert it to a 2-year book!), its thick, black-plastic outer-binder cover-pages are starting to warp a bit...but that's the only minor fault of these which will probably not be noteworthy to any normal person who will use these as the 1-year weekly appointment book, as intended!