This dry-erase wall clock from Ricardo Saint-Clair lets visual learners see their daily schedule. Rather than a list-based daily planner, this timepiece allows you to write in your day's events. As time passes, the clock's hands edge closer to the next item on your to-do list.
Ricardo Saint-Clair's dry-erase wall clock reminds me of the graphic day planner from Muji, which I've included below.
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