The idea for Whole Time Weekly Planners really started asserting itself on a significant birthday, one ending with a zero, the kind that makes you want to forget about the linear implications of time. Out with the personal digital assistant — it fosters a mind-body split and implies that time is a technologically produced commodity. There comes a time when a gal needs purely organic access to time, no digital interface. So she goes shopping for a new weekly planner, only to find a selection of grid systems devolving into rectangular increments so small she thought she’d never freely spend another moment again. So she starts drawing and reading and making, thinking about what she’s REALLY trying to accomplish. The result, Whole Time, is an invitation to reconsider your relationship to time, or maybe just to spend some time coloring. Enjoy!