Full Size and Half Size spiral bound and ring bound planners, but this is my first experience with their Monthly planner. As usual with Uncalendar, it doesn't disappoint! Uncalendars stand out from the planner crowd with their excellent Goal setting pages.
The Monthly planner is stripped-down and straightforward, while still retaining many of Uncalendar's excellent features.
Inside the front cover there is open space to brainstorm your goals for the year. The right page gives you structured space to break down those goals by month.
The huge monthly layout (page size 8 1/2 by 11 inches) gives you tons of room to write in your appointments and plans, and the spaces at the beginning of each week are great for reminders.
At the back there is an overview page to write in another year, and handy reference calendars.
Inside the back cover there is space to record contacts or other data.
That's it! For less than 5 bucks, this is a great calendar. I bought a bunch of them on uncalendar.com.
At only 14 pages it's extremely slim and weighs next to nothing. I plan to magnet it up onto the fridge or pin it to my corkboard. The flexible card cover lets the planner conform to the inside of your bag, but is sturdy and will easily stand up to a year of use.
The undated format allows you to start any month of the year, and goes for a full 12 months. These are great for tracking projects, and each team member can have their own copy so everyone knows deadlines and can track milestones.
I'll use one as a big academic-year calendar to plan out the whole school year and keep track of everyone's activities. I love that I can start it in July, which is hard to find in a monthly calendar, so that it will end in June at the end of the school year.
I'll use another one to track bills due and paid every month, and paydays for myself and my husband so we can budget each month. In the data spaces inside the back cover I can keep monthly totals for savings, checking, and credit cards. I'll paperclip bills to pay onto that month's page so I don't forget them.
There's a million possibilities for this simple but highly functional monthly calendar.
Another great planner by Uncalendar!