Despite it only being the beginning of October, it's never too early to start thinking about 2016 and getting thoroughly organised for the year ahead. With busy work and home lives, we all need a bit of help along the way to keep on top of things. When you are organising a busy life, a diary is an absolute essential item! We now have a wide range of different diaries for 2016 with varying styles and fancy specifications. Our academic diaries not only allow you to schedule in your day to day activities, but they also have lots of other handy features including 3 year calendars, handy sections for notes and addresses and more - everything you need to help you save time and spend more time on the things you really care about! If you're ready to have a fresh start in 2016 and get ahead of the game here are some of our latest diaries for 2016 that really will help make your life that bit easier!

Retro Orchard range A6 Full Year Diary 2016

 

 

Kicking off the best of the bunch of diaries, this brilliantly colourful 2016 diary from Go Stationery is sure to get your year off to the right start! This A6 full diary includes one day to a page so there is plenty of room to schedule in your daily activities. If you're feeling super organised for the year ahead why not match the diary with other co-ordinating products from the Retro Orchard range. You can view the full range here.

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5 Star A5 1 Week to view 2016 Diary - Black, Blue or Red

 

 

This A5 academic diary is the ideal essential for work or school, its clean design makes it look professional and it's packed full of important dates, information and plenty of room to schedule in any important information. This diary is also available in black, blue or red so there is something to suit everyone's tastes and style!

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5 Star A4 1 Day Per Page 2016 Diary - Black, Blue or Red


This standard A4 diary is a more standard size than the A6 and A5 diaries and it will fit into almost every bag you take to work, school or college. This diary has a day per page throughout the year so it's perfect for keeping your schedule up to date. It also includes a personal notes page which could even be used as a daily journal, and there is various other important bits of information and bank holidays included too so you'll never forget a thing! This diary is also available in a choice of colours.

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Go Stationery Cat Design Yellow Weekly Planner Pad


It may not be a diary specifically for 2016, but this weekly planner pad is also a great way for planning your weekly schedule, one week at a time. It can be a better option for some as it allows you to tear the week off once it's completed and move on to the next. A much neater and clearer way to work your way through the year! This super fun cat design will brighten up any work or home space, and however busy your week is you'll be able to clearly prioritise your day to day tasks!

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5 Star A4 1 Week to view 2016 Diary - Black, Blue or Red


This practical black A4 diary is as traditional as it gets when it comes to diaries. However, this is an academic diary not to be laughed at as it really does do the job at keeping you organised in an efficient way. This type of diary is great for teachers and general office workers. The diary features one week to view across two pages and includes a personal notes, holiday dates, a 3 year calendar and more! It also has a handy ribbon marker so you can keep track of the week you're on easily!

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Despite the ever advancement of digital technology there will always be an importance for a paper diary where you can easily view your schedule and put pen to paper. There really is a sense of satisfaction and enjoyment in being able to see your list of jobs and tick off your day to day schedule as you go along. So get prepared for the year ahead with our extensive range of hard wearing and practical diaries! You can view our full range of diaries and planners here. For future blogs relating to new products, keep an eye on the Home 2 Work Facebook page, Twitter and Google+ pages.


Post By Nicole Sage