Chic Organizers for the Fashionable Professional

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

--By Kim Moshtaghi

Louis Vuitton Monogram PM Malle Agenda
Louis Vuitton PM Malle Agenda

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Getting organized is my top priority. I have gotten in a great habit of every Sunday looking at my weekly agenda planner to prepare myself for the work week. This way I know what to expect from the week, and I’m already working on getting into my positive achieving mindset in order to overcome some of my overwhelming weeks. A quick glance in a professional’s life is a life saver.

Without my Louis Vuitton PM Malle Agenda binder, I would never be able to keep up with life’s daily changes, meetings, events and coffee breaks with my friends. Yes, I know it’s sad to have to incorporate coffee breaks with friends in my business calendar, but whatever it takes to remain sane and healthy.

Louis Vuitton is not a necessary agenda book to have, but it does last forever. I have had mine for 7 years and it still looks brand new. All I have to do is buy filler paper every December. The planner has a few places for cards and some room to place money or some business cards. The featured new version of my Louis Vuitton small agenda book has more character. It’s still the simple, elegant monogrammed canvas, with an extra spicy flare. This specific agenda book has ornate silk screened d├ęcor on the front. Still classy, elegant and long lasting-- this is a great way to keep up with your hectic schedule. I’m not replacing mine any time soon. The price may scare you at first, but just seeing how long I have kept and used mine… that should soothe the nerves.

Whomi Leather Hidden Agenda
Whomi Leather Agenda

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Keeping it stylish, I found a fun, easy to keep up with Whomi Hidden Agenda Wallet. I love this snake skin patterned wallet. It’s a two in one! It has credit card slots, a window slot for photo identification, a horizontal slot to hold cash and an outside zipper compartment for your change! It also a holds a fun dynamic planner that you purchase separately-- this allows you to pick the calendar type. Getting a monthly overview one is the best, but you can even choose to get a color coded calendar to help categorize every little thing-- perfect for a scatter brain.

My last choice-- which may be someone’s first-- is simple, yet helpful. The Staples At-A-Glance Academic Monthly Planner is a monthly calendar that needs to be replaced every year. Great for gals who like to start over and forget about the past. It covers 16 months, September to December. There is no cover or pockets, just a cut and dry calendar serving that sole purpose. It can be great because it fulfills its job as a calendar, and prevents an anxiety attack by decreasing the amount of times you have to face it, as opposed to the wallet/calendar combination.
Kim Moshtaghi
Kim Moshtaghi is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Born in Germany, Kim is currently based in sunny Del Mar, California, where she also serves as Stiletto Jungle's Director of Sales and Promotions. Kim has a communications degree, a third degree black belt, and a totally covetable Gucci handbag collection.