PSFK friend Jack Cheng points us to this lovely notebook from Muji: the “Chronotebook,” a day planner that offers the same functionality as your cluttered Dayrunner, but through a simpler, smarter design. The Chronotebook features the face of an analog watch in the center of each page, the AM clock on the left hand side and the the PM one on the right. Users can then map out their day visually by filling out time slots around the clock. Jack Cheng explains the beauty of such a simple planner:

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