It isn’t just New Year that offers the chance to shake off unwanted habits. Writing things down can help us reflect and improve certain behaviours.
Now, a woman from Munich and her startup have developed a new kind of planner – complete with room for personal coaching.
20% of the book’s paper is made with the leftovers from apple juice production, which are mixed with cellulose from sustainable forestry.
The ink is just as environmentally-friendly, and shipment is C02 neutral, with planners arriving in boxes from grass paper.
The 320-page planner contains 11 chapters with questions to stimulate a minimalist (and mindful) lifestyle.
This might come in handy too.
Postcards from apple paper are also available for purchase. ‘Natural’ upcycling as a new trend.