"What I was looking for was something that enabled me to have all my dream and goal setting, diary, planner, reflections and plans all in one place. Thus The Dream Organiser was born. I have nicknamed it the life coach in your handbag."
Disclaimer: I received this planner as a free sample to review.
The Dream Organiser has 299 (numbered) A4 size pages that are color-coded in sections, making it easy to find what you are looking for. Below is the table of contents and the introduction by Gillie:
I'm only going to show you a tiny bit of what you get in this planner, because I don't want to give away any secrets and this planner has so much!
Goal setting is a major theme throughout the book.
There are loads of tips on how to set goals, and specialized pages for your Wheel Of Life, reviewing the previous year, capturing your dreams and getting them down on paper, how to focus on your dreams, and more. I'm not showing these pages on purpose, because they are special and I don't want to give them away.
The next section is on Self Care, which is so rare to find in a planner. Usually planners are all about things you have to do. It's nice to have space in your planner to focus on you and what you need.
Next is a section for planning projects. There are pages to help you break down the plan, determine your resources available, the aim and scope of the project, and more. Again I'm not showing the pages on purpose! These pages are all very useful to get you to focus.
Next are the diary/ planner pages, which are undated so you can start any time. There are 12 months of weekly pages with all seven days as vertical columns, and lots of space on the weekly spread for your goals, tasks and dreams. Monthly grid calendars and monthly goals pages are incorporated within the weeks to keep you on track. Every month has a new inspirational quote.
The next section has pages for meeting notes. These pages are structured so you can automatically organize your notes as the meeting goes on, making it easy to see decisions made and follow-up actions.
At the back of the book there are several blank, lined and grid pages for sketches, notes and charts.
The result is a very substantial book! The page size is A4 so you have lots of space to write everything. 299 pages makes it more than 2 cm thick. There is a lot of content in there!
The Dream Organiser is available to purchase from the following websites: Amazon UK, Ebay, and Etsy. Please note I am not affiliated and receive no commission from sales.
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Many thanks to Gillie for giving me the opportunity to review this amazing new planner!