4/6/16

Best Planners 2016

To say I lead a busy life is an understatement. I work full time as a Teacher. I run Little Sugar Plum Children's Boutique. Mom of a sweet 2 year old and a wife!!  With all of this to keep track of, I need an amazing planner to keep me sane. I started researching different planners, reading reviews and have looked to see which planner I think is it the best for 2016!











Erin Condren Life Planner- I like this planner because you can customize it to no end. You can plan out your whole design and have any personalizing on it. I feel like you get a lot and it is very colorful!



Plum Paper Design: This line of planners has been on my wish list for a long time. I love the great designs and customizable covers. They also have teacher planners, meal planners, and wedding planners. I like the family planning one because you can add a name for each column that you need to plan for.





The Day Designer- This planner is a popular choice for a lot of bloggers. This planner is for the hardcore planner weighing in at over albs! There are ton of goal worksheets at the start of the planner to assist you in goal setting. However I am not sure I like the weight of this one





The Simplified Planner- As far as looks and quality go, this planner is very similar to the The Day Designer. The inside offers more colors and is more simplified without as many extra work pass and spaces to fill. This one is also slightly small than the Day Designer and has a corresponding app.






What is your favorite planner?  Can't wait to share which one I picked :) Its in the mail heading to my house as we speak



14 comments :

  1. I'm so bad with planners. Every year, I buy myself a cheap one from Target with the intention of using it all year. And then I get to February and I'm over it. I'm such a planner person, but just can't keep up with using an actual planner. I've had my eye on the Plum Paper planners though. If that's what you went with, I can't wait to hear how you like it!

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    1. I'm the same way! I buy a cute planner from Target (because they are affordable and adorable) and then am so good at using it for maybe 2 months. I've started bullet journal and it is working better for me.

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    2. I can't wait to share with you girls the one i picked and test it out :)

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  2. OH girl, I love my ECLP soooo much! I've had one for the last 2 years and it's been a lifesaver! I do love Emily Ley's planner as well, and I thought about making the switch, but I just can't bring myself to do it yet!

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    1. Its so hard to make a change!!!!

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  3. So many pretties! Loving The Day Designer, I'm always partial to the stripes <3
    Green Fashionista

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  4. There's just something so refreshing about a paper planner. The virtual ones are nice, but I love the feeling of writing it all down. I have found some really cute planners in the Target dollar section!

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    1. Yes I can't use virtual ones I need to see it and mark things off :)

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  5. Oooh! These are all so pretty! I need to organize me life...seriously... LOL!

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  6. So many cute options! I've been wanting a Day Designer, but good to know about the weight - I wouldn't have even thought about that.

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  7. This is my first year using the ECLP and so far I am in love!!! I love the positive messages that start each month and all of the stickers that come with it!!

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  8. I love all of these! I'm a big planner lover and even though I use my phone for it, I still love an actual planner that I can write in!

    xo, Kristina

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  9. Love planners, but could never find one that fit my taste without being ridiculously over priced. I started creating my own and printing it out. I love Day Designer, but the price, yikes!

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