This is something new.
Most of us think of schedules in linear terms, the way we think of calendars and diaries. Along comes the Muji Chronotebook to change all that, with the first circular daily schedule I have ever seen.
It’s based on the face of a clock, and the 12 hours that it represents. Each activity looks like a slice of a pie, and it seems deceptively easy to plan a full day using a layout that looks like the analog clocks that most of us older folk grew up with.
It’s whimsical, traditional and nostalgic, and the fact that there is no software or app that uses this concept, means that it’s all about pen/pencil and paper.
Read all about one person’s experience here: The Daily Rind, a Better Way to Plan the Day.