It’s that time of year again: the search is on for your perfect planner!
The thing about searching for your perfect planner is, it really is an ongoing search. What worked for you in the past might not work for you now. Here are some suggestions for which type of planner might work well for you in your current circumstances.
Take a look at our open format planners if you want the freedom to write your schedule, tasks, and notes without restrictions. The new Plan & Note planners (in Desk and Pocket size) are designed for maximum portability and complete freedom to write all your plans and notes! The weekly layout has equal space for every day, and space for lists and notes. You can see all the features of these planners here.
If you want something slightly larger with more space each day, you’ll want our Hebdo weekly planner. The monthly planning pages and removable notes booklet give you plenty of writing space.
If you need to see your days as timed columns, we have several planner options to choose from.
The Minister weekly planner has a large page size but is still compact enough to carry in your bag. The Minister has days timed to the half hour, and categorized list spaces. New for 2017: the Minister planners have monthly calendars!
If you want to schedule your days to the half hour with daily space for notes, you’ll want the Trinote planner. If you need a larger version, it’s the Prenote. These planners are excellent for busy people.
If you need to write lots of lists and/ or notes every week, you want the Space 24 week + notes planner. This planner also has monthly planning pages.
If you need a pocket size version, it’s the Space 17.
If you have any questions about these or any of our other planners, or want some planner advice on what type of planner might work well for you in your current circumstances, you can post a comment here or email me at Laurie (at) Exaclair (dot) com.
What type of planner do you need for 2017?