The Personal Planner #Review + #Competition

Trust me I’m pretty disorganized in both my personal and work life and I always forget to set reminders on my phone so I’ve got no chance. For me there’s just some things that need writing down and things life school dates and normally blog thoughts and plans whether it’s for my own blog or for my work blog it needs to be written down otherwise I will forget.

A few people had mentioned Personal-Planner and I’d seen a few things about them at BritMums so I thought I’d give it a go, it looked good and I like the fact you can personalize them.

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For my planner I went for the large size which is the perfect size for me, not too big but plenty of room to fit everything in. The next stage is to design the front and back overs which can be just words or pictures.

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Once you’ve designed that part you move on to the inside and again this you can personalize this as you want, the colours, the writing space, the dates pretty much anything you can think of can be set to your liking. There’s not a single part of this that can’t be changed, the colour banding, the ruler even the pages at the back.

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One of my favourite parts was the fact that you can decide when the calendar starts, so you don’t have to wait till the beginning of the year meaning I got to use mine straight away, and I think it’s helped me be more organised especially with 4 different blogs.

In total it probably takes 10 mins to set up and order and then they say about 2 weeks but mine came within about 7 days. I have to say this is brilliant and I will be ordering another when this runs out. They also do notebooks which I may have to order as a Christmas present.

All items are available to order from Personal-Planner.co.uk and also go and like them on Facebook facebook.com/personalplanner as well as following them on Twitter @PPlannerUK.

As a special treat we are also running a competition for you to win any size planner/notebook, all you need to do it fill in the Rafflecopter form.

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Comments

  1. says

    I would pick the day after my birthday. So if I have a birthday drink I can get as drunk as I like and not have to worry about the school run the next morning.

  2. says

    I would create a bank holiday in October around Halloween and Fireworks night because it seems like an obvious time to have lots of family fun and get togethers with friends.

  3. says

    Id like one round about now and it would be an ‘Autumn Appreciation’ Day. Its overlooked i think, but its my favourite season!

    Thank you so much for the chance to win this, it would help me so much,

  4. Nicola Lynch says

    I think we need one in February to brighten up the dreary days. An Almost Spring Day perhaps? Around 28th Feb as that’s also my Mum’s birthday!

  5. Tanya Cameron says

    I would pick 1st November as it is my birthday and the day after my wedding anniversary so can go out to celebrate!

  6. Karen Barrett says

    Feb 8, my birthday but we’re all ready for a break around about now following Christmas and the New Year.

  7. says

    I think a bank holiday somewhere between August and Christmas ’cause it seems a very long time between the two – maybe one around Remembrance Sunday and make it a Remembrance Day.

  8. says

    I would have early to mid December Bank Holiday – and Call it ‘Festive Family Day’ I would use it for making Xmas decs, planning festive things, My son’s Xmas shopping etc
    This year he gets ONE day before Xmas as holiday!! It’s ridiculous just when is he supposed to enjoy the pre festive fun? :(
    Rant over – sorry!!!