In our modern world, most people like to keep track of things electronically using reminder apps on smartphones or online calendars.
But truth be told, many individuals still use physical agendas and timetables. Yearly journals are found in most stationary and book shops—there’s clearly a demand for this type of organizer.
Local Vancouver company STIL recognizes that appreciation for tangible schedule-keepers, even from those who may have a hard time using planners consistently due to busy schedules.
The organizational-goods business recently teamed up with Bumble, a dating and networking app, to create an undated planner. Designed for modern-working females in mind, it allows users to stay organized at their own pace.
The STIL x Bumble planner features various sections, including space for daily goal-setting, weekly schedule-planning, and monthly check-ins. It also comes with a set of stickers to keep tracks of events like first dates, vacations, and meetings.
Identified by its bright-yellow hue, the planner definitely won’t go unnoticed in working spaces or home offices.
STIL was founded by Marissa Grootes, who started her company by launching two Kickstarter campaigns.More