Rocketbook started with a simple idea: to allow people who love low-tech pen and paper to keep up with high-tech organizational technology. Today, Rocketbook is the maker of Amazon's best-selling notebook. Together with World Wide Fund for Nature Philippines (WWF-Philippines), it launched the Rocketbook Panda Planner, the world's first reusable, digitally connected planner.

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The planner features several templates to help you set goals, measure your progress, and reflect on how far you've come. The templates are broken down into monthly, weekly, and daily sections that are embedded with Rocketbook's reusable technology, making it the last planner you'll ever need to buy. The planner is now available at Atlas starting at P2,100.

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Every purchase of the Panda Planner through Atlas will see 10 percent of proceeds going to WWF-Philippines' conservation initiatives. 

Inside the Rocketbook Planner

Each of the monthly, weekly, and daily sections comes with pages designed for setting goals, making plans, end-of-day reviews, managing projects, and tracking habits. The planner also provides space to write down what's motivating you, as well as an area for meditation and affirmations. Rocketbook and Panda Planner designed each section to enable users to think through their priorities and goals, reflect on the past weeks' happenings, and create a plan for the future that will bring increased productivity and happiness.

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The planner provides a classic pen and paper experience, but its eco-friendly design means there's no more wasted paper. Featuring Rocketbook's patented reusable technology, the planner's synthetic paper allows you to write smoothly with a Pilot FriXion pen, marker, or highlighter and then wipe the page clean with a damp cloth, enabling you to use the notebook again and again.

The Rocketbook Panda Planner also connects a variety of cloud services including Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, Box, iCloud, Slack, e-mail, and more for easy organization, uploading, and sharing capabilities. Use the Rocketbook app to scan your notes, transcribe your handwriting, and send to your favorite service. Then, erase and use it again. Seven symbols at the bottom of each page act as the magic "buttons" behind Rocketbook's quick and easy cloud organization. First, assign each icon to the cloud destination of your choice. Then, when you mark that icon on your page, the Rocketbook app automatically files your notes to the right place. The Rocketbook app also crops and enhances each page so your digital notes are even more crisp and vibrant than the real thing.

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Rocketbook Panda Planner is available today in a variety of colors on Atlas for P2,100 in executive size and P2,200 in letter size. Notebooks also include one Pilot FriXion pen and microfiber cloth. 

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