A desk diary is a type of office stationery that resembles a notebook or a book with designated spaces where you can jot down your schedule, things to do, and appointments for a specific day. Desk diaries are good for a year and their binding can resemble that of a typical book or ring binder. A desk diary is significantly bigger and less portable than pocket diaries. You can keep track of which page you are already in through a ribbon marker, which is directly attached to the diary.
Types of Desk Diaries
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Desk diaries are generally classified according to the layout. The two days a page desk diary lets you jot down your plans for two days in a single page. The pages are already dated for more convenience, but there are also versions that allow you to fill out the date yourself. However, if you want to write more notes or have a long list of appointments for each day, go for the two pages a day desk diary, which is normally thicker and heavier than standard desk diaries. Another alternative to this is the day a page desk diary.
Week-to-view desk diaries contain all the dates for an entire week, spread on two pages. These are ideal for those with little appointments to take note of for every day of the week.
Speciality desk diaries also exist. Academic desk diaries are specifically designed for students and professors. The dates cover an entire school year. These pages are often in week-to-view format.