Choosing a Planner 2019

Discussion in 'The Happy Planner' started by Gingerbug, Dec 14, 2018.

  1. horsemama

    horsemama Member

    Has anyone heard of Passion Planner? I just started using one, and I really like it. It's more goal oriented, rather than appointment oriented. At the beginning and halfway thru the year, you list out your goals, and what's important to you. This helps with focus. I bought a preprinted one, but they also have undated ones. There's monthly and weekly pages, and there's places to note your weekly focus, good things that happened, ideas you have, and personal/work to do's. On their website you can download sample pages, so you can try it before you buy it, or make your own planner using their pages.
     
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2019
  2. MrsSoup

    MrsSoup Well-Known Member

    I had a Passion Planner a few years ago and really liked the way it was set up. I'm horrible at planners so I didn't really use it, but I think I bought an undated one and I still have it so I may use it eventually. I'm hoping to become better at using my planner this year.
     
  3. PamelaG

    PamelaG Moderator Staff Member

    I’m on my fourth Erin Condren vertical. I tried the hourly format one year and didn’t care for it. I was listening to a vlogger talk about her idea to have different journals for budgeting, menus, to do lists and how she found it just too much work. I would too. I use my Erin Condren for everything and there is plenty of room for appointments, goals, menus, to-dos, etc. I am a little addicted to stickers but they look so pretty.
     

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