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Who’s ready to get your ducks in a row and tackle the new year? Sharing my review of my first Erin Condren LifePlanner and how I plan to use it.
A new paper planner will probably not provide a fix but will help me feel more in control when I feel like I don’t have any control at all. This year (2020) has been a doozy and I want all the organization, even if it has a placebo effect on me.
Full disclosure, I purchased this signature layers LifePlanner in September when ErinCondren [dot] com was running a sale. I would recommend waiting for a sale to purchase these planners and accessories. Take a look at what I grabbed in the recent warehouse sale here!
I first started my stationery collection with the twilight dual-tip markers, sunrise dual-tip markers, and ocean dual-tip markers. These are the only writing tools I use at the moment for any journaling or notes, and they work like a dream on any paper writing surface. They do not bleed through most paper and they do not bleed through any of my other Erin Condren paper products.
Whenever a sale pops up I also grab a few more of my favorite jumbo circle sticker packs. They cover up any imperfections with penmanship or cover up a rescheduled date seamlessly.
The paper quality is A+ and I am excited to use the monthly notes and productivity pages. Starting the month off writing down my goals from a birds-eye view will hopefully help me stay on track, and be able to review past months at a glance.
The planner also features mini months pages, monthly quotes pages, vertical layout weekly spreads, additional notes, and a contacts page.
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