Saturday, November 26, 2016

The Simple Elephant Planner | Review

I don't call myself a planner junkie BUT, i do love planners. I love to write my appointments, keep track of my finances, grocery shopping, vacations but mostly i like to write bits of what happen on my day so i have books filled with memories and washi tape xD

With the simple elephant planner you can do all that and more! This beautiful leather, blue royal planner has space for 12 month of planning and 59 pages of pure planning or notes!! One of the things i like about this planner is the fact that it's undated. You can start planning whenever you want. It comes in that cute black box, which let me tell you... I think it's super chic! And it also comes with sticker to help you with your planning and make it more fun!

 What makes this planner stand out from the rest is the fact that is more goal oriented. You'll find pages like "Vision Board", "My 5 Top Goals", "Affirmations" and such! It does help you to be goal oriented during the year. Let me tell you, my "vision board" pages, is already filled with stickers and pictures of the things I want to work for!!! Then you have the opportunity to design your month like a regular calendar and also write your goals for that month or your weekly spread where you also have the chance to write your "Goals for the week", "Successes" and a little corner of "What I can do better"! Thumbs up one of the best planners I have ever seen. (Sorry Paper Sugar).
Oh, oh, ohhhhhhh let's not forget that it has a folder in the back where you can put the sticker, receipts or important papers for you to carry around. And a cute place to put your pen...SHALL I CONTINUE?
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I received this product complimentary for testing purposes and review. No monetization was received in exchange for this review. My opinions are personal and based on my experience with the products or service mentioned here. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines concerning the use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising.

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