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Cath Kidston Diary - a cute little everyday diary
Cath Kidston Diary
Member Name: karlsm93
Cath Kidston Diary
Advantages: Nicely laid out, lots of space
I would like to consider myself as a fairly organised person, however with a young baby now, I realise that dates and events could easily get missed, even more so when I return to work next year after maternity leave. So, I decided to buy a diary that would ensure nothing gets forgotten.
I am really beginning to like Cath Kidston stuff, although at times I think it is way overpriced, however, when I saw this Cath Kidston diary at just under £7 on amazon, I thought it wasn't a bad price and felt it would do what I needed and so I ordered one. When it arrived, I was a little disappointed at the size, as it did look a lot bigger in the picture, but then again, I never thought to look at the measurements of it. It is just slightly under A5 sizem and more like a pocket diary than anything else.
This diary comse with a little bookmark to keep your place, as well as a zip pocket for you to place any notes etc inside, which is an additional touch which I think it rather nice. The outside of the diary has the familiar floral pattern that Cath Kidston is renowned for, mixed with pink and white spots along the edging.
Inside it states that this diary has a calendar, information, address book, note pages and perforated notes. In regards to the calendar the first part of the diary has a full page calendar, with plenty of room to write in important dates and events which you can look at at a glance. Each month is spread out on a double page. This is then followed by the usual diary layout, and at the end of every month there is a section for notes which again is a nice extra. At the back of the diary there is an address book with a good amount of room for writing those key numbers and addresses that you may like to keep close at hand. This is then followed by more space for notes and little sections which you can tear out which can also be used as notes.
This is actually a diary for next year so I haven't had too much to write into it as yet although there is some information already in there as well as some important telephone numbers. I think this is a really cute little pocket diary and ideal for my handbag so I can write down information and dates, especially those that are to do with my baby daughter, and so I can see at a glance what is coming up using the calendar and then record in more detail events and dates in the actual diary section. Although there are diaries out there that are much cheaper, there is something quite elegant looking about this diary and I can't wait to get maximum use of it next year, and I know I will.
Summary: A good pocket sized diary
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