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Sunday, December 11, 2016

2017 Plannerisms planners update: Still a few left!

There are still a few 2017 Plannerisms planners left! Click here for ordering info.

If you are not familiar with the Plannerisms planners, you can read all about them here. Short version: they are designed to help you set and track your annual, quarterly, monthly, weekly and daily goals by giving you space to write them down throughout the year and in your weekly pages. This keeps your goals visible all the time, and helps you work them into your daily schedule. You can read more specifics on how to use the Weekly pages, the Goals pages and the Review pages in your Plannerisms planners here.

There will be no more Plannerisms planners printed for 2017, so once this batch is gone, they are gone for the year! So don't wait.

The Plannnerisms planners are great for students, parents, people striving for a work/ life balance, and anyone who is looking for ways to be more effective with their time. They also make a great gift for that person in your life who wants to get organized and reach their goals!


  1. Love, love love it! Missed the 2016 one so this is my first X17 format one and I love the look and feel. Layout out spot on - thank you for keeping it so customisable. It's perfect and I'm feeling quite excited about managing and reviewing goals better this year.
    Only complaint - is the paper! not smooth or nice to write on, ink bleeds through pages, so disappointing :-( My 2014 plannerism had the best paper! 2015 was a disappointment, so in 2016 I used paperblanks instead. Came back for 2017 loving this new format but unfortunately the paper is a let down again. I'll try a few different pens because I love the planner, but my favourite Nuji pens don't write well on it all. Do you think the paper could be better next year?

    1. Hi Zed, thank you so much for your thoughtful comments! I'm so glad you like the format of the planner. Sorry you are having trouble with the paper. I personally use Uni Ball Jetstream pens and have had no trouble. The paper is not designed for fountain pens or very wet inks. I can ask the publisher about a different paper for next year. Thanks again for your input and I hope you enjoy using your Plannerisms planner all year!

    2. Thanks for the tip Laurie - I'll try the uni ball


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