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Next Page Collection Set in Sand


Our bestselling collection is back in bold new colors and updated features to support a positive change from every angle. Because we believe in how well the Next Page collection works as a whole, you’ll save 10% when you purchase all three pieces together.

The Project Planner is a powerful tool to help you map, organize, and finish projects on time with timelines, task lists, and open-dated yearly, monthly and weekly goal-driven plans for over 100 projects.

The Concept Planner encourages goal-oriented and idea-driven scheduling with open-dated yearly, monthly and weekly sections and plenty of space for notes and to-do lists.

The Object Notebook collects your boldest ideas. Soft blank pages on the inside to hold whatever you dream up.

All three have durable, fabric-like covers and high-quality Smyth Sewn binding that lies flat when open for maximum ease of use. Click the links above to see the interior pages of each.

  • Environmentally friendly tree-free paper with FSC Certification to ensure they meet the highest environmental and social standards.
  • Smyth Sewn binding
  • Project Planner: 160 pages, 11.9" x 8.4" (21.3 cm x 30.2 cm): $38
  • Concept Planner: 252 pages, 8.3" x 5.8" (21 cm x 14.8 cm): $36
  • Object Notebook: 140 blank pages, 7" x 9.75" (17.8 cm x 24.8 cm): $28

  • Love for the Next Page collection:

    I bought every single one of my team members the Project Planner and they say it has truly changed their worlds. When it comes to planners, size does matter! We love how much room there is write and how it inspires us to be more organized.
    – Sonja Rasula, CEO + Founder of Unique @sonjarasula

    The Concept Planner is the best planner I’ve ever had. I love that the week is split up into two different open-page layouts so there's actually room to write to-dos and schedule. It's the way I used to physically draw out my agenda on paper.
    – Minna Lee, Wellness Blogger @livingminnaly

    I sketch photo layouts on the Object Notebook’s blank pages, which makes my photoshoots efficient and productive.
    – Emily Suzanne McDonald, Photographer