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Hello!

We are setting a new position statement for a company, which produces weekly agendas / planners.

I would like to ask, if it sounds reasonable and is it appropriate?

Here is the statement: "X brand agendas encourage you to arrange your days in style”.

Also I would like to know, what would be the difference, if verb "arrange" would be changed to the "plan" or "shape"?

Your help would be highly appreciated!

Best regards,

Arnas

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