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The Treasure of Wisdom - 2020 Daily Agenda - watercolour flowers: A daily calendar, schedule, and appointment book with an inspirational quotation or Bible verse for each day of the year

The Treasure of Wisdom - 2020 Daily Agenda - watercolour flowers: A daily calendar, schedule, and appointment book with an inspirational quotation or Bible verse for each day of the year

Hardcover

$10.99
Available for Pre-Order. This item will be available on July 15, 2019

Overview

Unlock your planning potential with this sleek and sophisticated 2020 daily agenda. Featuring a full page per weekday and a page per weekend, this agenda includes an inspirational quotation or Bible verse on each page. The Treasure of Wisdom agendas come in four different cover options with full-color inside pages and beautiful photographs of exciting locations around the world. Make the most out of each day in 2019 by effortlessly keeping track of your daily schedule, to-do's, priorities, appointments, and notes; conveniently designed for quick and easy referencing.

This stylish daily agenda is flexibound and made from high-quality materials, designed for frequent use. Conveniently sized for all your needs, this agenda fits easily inside purses, briefcases, and totes so you can take it with you on the go. Its classy design adds a sophisticated touch to any tabletop or desk. This elegant agenda also makes a beautiful gift of uplifting Christian inspiration for any planner on your list.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781632641700
Publisher: Compass Productions
Publication date: 07/15/2019
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Jessie Richards grew up across 10 countries in Europe, South America, and Asia, where her parents were teachers and social workers. She has compiled, edited, or authored a variety of spiritual and personal growth-themed publications and articles during her career as a writer, editor, and project manager for various publishing houses as well as nonprofit organizations. She now resides in New York City, and some of her favorite things to do are read old classics and go for long walks.