They're here! Check out the photos below of my new Plannerisms planners!
This is an absolute dream come true for me! I designed these planners as My Ideal Planner, and holding the finished product in real life is a huge thrill!
I designed these planners to be used by anyone, in any situation, for any purpose. They are great for work, home, school, personal, and any combination thereof.
So let me give you a tour through the Plannerisms planners! Click on any of the photos to enlarge!
The covers are soft-touch PU and are so nice to hold. The cover color options are black, pink, purple and teal. The teal photographs as more blue than it actually is, it's really more greenish than shown. The covers have a very slight metallic effect which makes them change color slightly in the light, which looks really cool!
Here's a closer look at the label. It's called the Going Places planner, for going places in life and in the world.
Here's the inside of the front cover:
This is my favorite Mark Twain quote:
Here's the teal book without the label, love that soft smooth cover:
I am very excited and honored to give you a tour through the book! The first page is Personal Information:
I've written a separate post with loads of ideas on how to use the goals pages throughout the book, click here to see.
Next there is a two page spread for Quarterly Goals all year.
Next there is a two-page spread with the entire year at a glance, with the months as vertical columns. I love using these yearly planners for mapping out travel, holidays, school breaks and other major events.
Next are the monthly calendars. I love the big daily squares! There's an empty column before Monday for writing in reminders, things due like insurance premiums or subscription renewals, or your Fly Lady Zones for each week.
Every month has a theme, and every week there are tips relating to that theme. Holidays are printed in the day spaces for the US, UK, Australia and Singapore.
After every month there is a two-page spread for that month's goals, monthly review, to-do lists, household or garden maintenance, financial totals, exercise, or anything else you want to write in here.
I've written a separate post with ideas and tips on different ways to use the flexible weekly format and how to adapt it to your personal needs, click here to see.
Before Monday there is a column to write in your daily goals.
There are two ribbon placemarkers, one black and one color matched to the cover, for marking your week and month pages.
The book is a wonderful sensory experience with the gorgeously smooth paper and the soft-touch cover. The cover is flexible:
But not floppy:
I did a pen test on one of the Notes pages in the back of mine (the purple one of course since purple is my favorite color!). I don't have fountain pens, so I chose my fatter tips and wettest inks. You can see the tips of the pens corresponding to their names below:
You can see on the reverse of the page that there is some show through to the other side with the wettest inks. At 84.3 gsm this paper isn't really designed for broad nib fountain pens (need at least 90 gsm for that) but I think it would work well with thinner nibs and not too sloppy inks. Any type of roller ball or other liquid ink pen works great, and I'll tell ya the paper is so smooth and gorgeous it's a joy to write on!
Here are the cover colors again: aqua, purple, black and pink.
Click here to see my videos on the Plannerisms planner features, and how to use the Plannerisms planner for goal setting and tracking.
Click here for my detailed post on using the Plannerisms planner as a Goals Workbook.