I am obsessed with organization and one of my favorite parts of organization is organizing my life whether a to-do list or my color-coded planner.
Now last year I used a Lilly Pulitzer large agenda that I loved but I feel like my life after graduation does not follow the same large spaces with lines fr class assignments. Upon gaining a "job" I expect my planner to be more for social events:lunches, trips, etc. so I feel as if I would be wasting the space of a Lilly planner. If I was continuing my education in grad school this would be my first choice again since it is such a fun and colorful agenda.You can find this year's designs here or here
|Last Year's Model|
sCe of Summer Wind had a bad customer service experience she wrote here about Gallery Leather planners. I like the idea of the Leather Family Planner with days blocked out by hours but I feel that this might feel constricting after a while. I however do like the professional look to the planner and the option to customize it with your name or monogram.
Currently the front-runner of my search to find a planner. Erin Condern life planners are sectioned off in day, midday, and evening for each day. While that has never made sense for my life before I like the freedom it allows. I also love the goals and to-do list section of every week. It's a great way to stay on track as well as the updated features this one is looking great. I feel that the ability to personalize it as well as the colorful aspiring quotes are appropriate for my transition to the "real world" while also having a dash of my personality too. What I am currently thinking is the life planner in taffy with navy and a shade of pink stripes with my name on it. Thoughts? Have you had a life planner? pro/cons?
Any other suggestions of planners I should check out?
Peace and Blessings,