Filofax M2 Cross wallet
I’m still using my fabulous Filofax for all my ‘to do’ lists, notes, addresses and diary.
I needed a new wallet, and thought it would be nice to have a wallet that I could also write notes in. I’d read about the Filofax M2 format on Philofaxy and it seemed intriguing, but this format is discontinued, so I set up a saved search with e-mail alert on eBay.
After months of waiting, there were two Filofax M2 Cross wallets listed at the same time. I put a bid in for the nicest one, which was a lovely shade of chocolate brown, as well as pristine and unused in its box. A few days later I was very pleased to win the bidding for the price of £17.66 plus £4.50 p+p.
I was even more pleased when it arrived – it is absolutely gorgeous. I am now using this as my main wallet for workdays and weekends. So finally my banknotes have a proper place to go instead of being folded up into a little purse.
It is still possible to buy diaries, address pages and note pages for the M2 format but I am just using it as a notepad with Jot Pads. The Jot Pads can be used in my main Filofax as well, which means that I can write a note in my wallet and put it in my Filofax or vice versa.
This follows on from some other blogposts I’ve written about my Filofaxes and how I use them:
I’m joining in with this week’s Magpie Monday linky even though I’m a few days late this week. (I was on a minibreak on Monday – will tell you more about this soon)