I have to admit, if I’m not organized, I go a little crazy. Are you the same way? So it’s funny that I actually didn’t have a planner – for the blog, for work, and for family stuff. We’ve got a nice routine going at home, and I keep a couple of spreadsheets with due dates – it hasn’t been too much to juggle so far. But, now that my daughter is getting older and has more activities (and quite frankly, now that *I* am older and probably can’t rely on my memory for everything anymore!) it’s time to have a good place to write down. A lot of my blogger friends have raved about their personalized planners, so when I had the opportunity to talk with Lisa at Personal Planner and try out one for myself – I had to see what everyone has been talking about.
I love it.
I was able to design (and preview) it online to give it my own style. I love the option for the wide layout! I was also able to add my own colors and preferences – whether I wanted lines, shading, space to track daily activities – I was able to give it the clean, open look that helps me to feel more organized.
Here’s what Lisa from Personal Planner has to say:
“Personal Planner is, just as the name suggests, a planner you can design completely after your own taste and style. You can choose color and text on the cover, or why not put a picture of yourself or a loved one there?
The planners come in four different formats: from the small and handy one that fits into a jacket pocket, to the large A5-format that includes a full weekly planner and then some. What makes our planners even more personal is the fact that your can customize the content to suit your needs and what you feel is most important to you. There are fields and boxes that help you keep track of training, studies, work, weather, etc. You can create to-do lists, schedules for dropping off/picking up the kids, etc. You can even enter special events and dates in advance, or why not import your Facebook friends’ birthdays directly into the planner? There is also plenty of space in the back pages for your own notes, year overviews or maybe even a spot of time wasting, like sudoku or pages to color in.
One thing is for sure – NOBODY will have a planner like yours!”
Lisa Öhberg, Personal Planner
Personal Planner also wants to give a Happy Hour Projects reader their own custom-designed planner! Enter now through December 3 – and the giveaway is open worldwide! Good luck!