Personal Planner Review

The new year is fast approaching and if like me you have a busy life then you know how important having a diary or planner is. I would be lost without my daily lists and schedule there is simply no time for forgetting the dates I need to be reminded of, such as school events, hospital appointments and Matthew’s work hours. If I don’t know what or who is going where and at what time things can get very messy and in the past we have had to rush or miss something altogether. Luckily for me, Personal Planner asked me to create a planner of my own for 2014. This has come in handy as I have recently been looking for my new Diary.

Personal Planner has a really lovely website. It is simple to use and has lots of step by step instructions along the way if you need them. You can choose from many colours for your cover or you can choose to use a personalised cover such as a picture of a loved one or pet. I decided to keep it simple and chose my favourite colours. You can also choose the name of your planner again I just kept this very simple and personal to me. There are differently sized planners you can choose too. I chose an A5 size planner as I knew that this would fit into my bag when I need it with me. Prices start from £14.95.


I love that everything about my planner is personal to me. You can choose the inside page details too and customise the banners on each page. I chose these birds as I think they look cute. Again here you can choose a different colour too.

I am, as many of you know planning my wedding and hoping to lose a little weight for my big day and because I can customise my planner I could add a box for a daily workout – this may just be the encouragement I need to stick to it. I love making lists so this was also one of the first thing I added to my pages. I plan to use this for the things I need to buy from the shop or the things that the boys need for school – it can all be written here. This will also come in handy over the next year for me when I have to remember important wedding bits. But you can add other things here, a doodle box, a small section of squared paper, lines or you can leave it blank. You can start ete with a ruler, document wallet and an elastic strap to keep everything in place.


I love my new planner and can’t wait for the New Year to arrive so I can use it. I would certainly recommend this planner to someone who has lots of different things they do each day or need to remember.

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*I did not receive a financial payment for writing this review. However, I was sent this product for the purpose of this review, all thoughts and opinions expressed in this piece are my own*


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