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Personal Planner Review and Giveaway

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It can be hard finding a planner to fit all your needs as a student, and even more expensive when looking for customized options. Today I'm doing a review and giveaway of the Personal Planner, which has the flexibility to fit pretty much everyone's needs.

What I like about the personal planner is that you control every aspect of your planner-to-be. From the layout and cover to the extra pages in the back, Personal Planner gives you so many more options than a lot of other companies. You can even choose the size, book mark, and lists sections all for the same price including shipping.

My readers get 15% off their entire order this month with code "P-LANN-ER16"


I chose the A5 size, which is perfect for slipping into my purse and backpack. And when I saw that adorable geometric beetle design I knew I had found my planner! The site has tons of patterns, fonts, colors, and designs for your cover so you're sure to find something you like. You can even choose what month you want your planner to start in. Ok, I'm gushing a little here, but seriously though you can build the exact planner you want and it's amazing!


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Once you've got a cover, elastic band, and start month, then you get to choose your layout. There are traditional vertical and horizontal layouts, but I was really intrigued with the modular weekly layout. It ended up being perfect for a bullet journal/planner hybrid giving me enough freedom to get things on paper, but enough structure to plan way far in advance. Choose if you want lines, hourly marks, workout details work notes and more.

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The monthly spread has some really great details like listing the week and holidays. There are also a ton of interior themes which I matched to my cover. With so many options you could easily create a cute and functional planner for your needs.

I've been using my planner all month and can honestly say it's one of the most flexible ones out there for the price. I highly recommend it for people who have tried other planners and just haven't been able to keep up with them.

GIVEAWAY

I've partnered with Personal Planner to give away a $39.95 gift card which can get you any planner in any size with all taxes and fees included. All you have to do is follow me and Personal Planner on Instagram, there are also other ways to enter below! Giveaway closes August 20, 2016 so enter soon! If giveaways aren't your thing, don't forget to use code "P-LANN-ER16" at checkout for 15% off your entire order through August 21, 2016.


I received compensation in exchange for writing this review. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.

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17 comments:

  1. I've made my own using various printables. I've made my own creating my own printables. It wasn't until I found the Homemakers Friend Planner that I found one that works for me. It's just so homely that I have to decorate it by gluing in pretty things that I've found in magazines. I love it but I'm always looking to see what other things are out there.

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    1. That's a great way to personalize without spending an arm and a leg! It's insane how much some people spend for stickers to put in their planner. Thanks for the comment!

      Hannah-Beth

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  2. I haven't gotten the privilege to be able to afford most planners ($40 is just too much money some times), so the only one I've actually gotten the pleasure of using was the VS Pink planner. It was pretty good, though it wasn't made out of very sturdy material and started falling apart quite quickly.

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    1. Yeah, that's why I normally splurge and have my planner be a birthday or Christmas present. I always figure if I'm going to use it every single day for the next 12-18 months I want it to really last. Good luck in the giveaway!

      Hannah-Beth

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  3. i've also done my own DIY either by printing from blogs or by designing the pages myself. but the last one i bought was from design love co. and it was the best planner i've ever bought. beautiful! love this giveaway!

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    1. Kelli,

      I hadn't heard of design love co. before but I looked them up and LOVE their modern covers and really simplified layouts. I'll have to keep them in mind for next year's planner!

      Hannah-Beth

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  4. I love you and your blog and this planner giveaway is an awesome idea. thanks HBF. #stepmomma

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  5. I've done DIY planners but I always seem to hate them! I've been using a Day Designer with Notes and it's got a nice setup, but it isn't very big! There isn't too much writing space. I love reading your blog, especially the posts about staying organized!

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    1. Thanks Skyler!

      I can always get a lot done with just a bullet journal, but you can never really long term plan with one. That's a big reason I decided to switch to an actual planner this year. There are so many options out there that you're sure to find a planner to fit your needs!

      Hannah-Beth

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  6. I like planners, they're coooooool

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    1. LOl same here Shelby! Good luck in the giveaway!

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  7. I have used a ton of planners in the past. I'm so planner picky it's hard for me to find something that fits well for me.

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    1. I suggest at least playing around on the Personal Planner website then. They really do have a ton of different options. Or you can try bullet journaling, which is what I did when I couldn't find a planner to fit my life into well enough. I'm sure your planner prince will come! Thanks for the comment!

      Hannah-Beth

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    2. I suggest at least playing around on the Personal Planner website then. They really do have a ton of different options. Or you can try bullet journaling, which is what I did when I couldn't find a planner to fit my life into well enough. I'm sure your planner prince will come! Thanks for the comment!

      Hannah-Beth

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  8. I've picked up a few generic ones from Target before and they seemed to do the job, but sometimes I didn't like the layout out of the calendar days. Most of the time there wasn't enough room to write for the weekends. However, these look pretty cool!

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