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Personal Planners for the New Year!



Hi neighbors!

I don't know about you, but I am really quite disorganized at times.  If I don't jot down a small note to remind myself of things I need to do, I would really forget quite a few things.  My daughter laughed one day because I had 10-15 sticky notes stuck around the edges of my computer to remind me of activities I needed to accomplish that day.  Anyway, I was given the opportunity to review a Personal Planner from Personal-Planner.com.  You actually get to design the way you want your planner to look and what you want on the pages.



I received a code and proceeded to the Personal Planner webpage.  You literally get to design your planner.  You can choose themes from their site.  I personalized the front of my planner with my name and the year.  You can choose a picture from your own files for the front if you like.  Inside on the first page I added a Bible verse and my contact information, just in case I misplace my planner.  



Next choose when you would like your planner to start.  Mine of course started with the first week of January.  Remember, I will be trying to be much more organized this year.  You can decide if you want lines to write on or just blank space.  At the bottom of your weekly calendar, you can add your workouts.  This makes it easy to keep track of your exercise.  You can also add the weather, where it will allow you to check off what type of weather you experienced each day.  I also added a To Do list at the bottom of the page, where I can check off after I have completed each task.



At the end of my planner I added an overview of 2014.  I also added plenty of lined pages at the back for taking notes, writing memos, etc.   I added birth dates and anniversaries, including names and ages.

The planner has nice, heavy see through plastic covers.  I was able to include a plastic insert that I can move around in the planner.  This can be used to hold birthday cards, receipts, whatever you might need with your planner.  It also came with a small ruler that easily attaches anywhere in the planner.  A matching plastic band is used for holding the planner shut when it is not in use.



There are many more options for your planner.  You can add pupils, exams, to do lists, graphs and more.  These would show up at the bottom of each page.

The medium size planner is $29.95.  This includes shipping.  All of their prices include tax and shipping.  Also available are wall planners and notebooks, along with accessories, like pens, rulers and extra plastic sleeves.

I am definitely pleased with my Personal Planner.  I am really hoping this will help me organize my days and my blogging.  Look at some of the beautiful planners you can create at Personal Planner.



What do you think?  I think creating and purchasing one of these planners could be a GREAT way to start off the new year.  They would also make wonderful gifts!  Since you can start them on whatever week/month you like, they would also make nice gifts throughout the year.

One neighbor will receive a code to design their own Personal Planner.  The winner will be able to start their year off more organized also!

Be sure to check out the Personal Planner website!  Thanks for stopping by neighbors!  See you soon At the Fence!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.



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Comments

rubynreba said…
I need this because I am going to TRY to be more organized in 2014. This would definitely help!

scottsgal said…
I'd like a planner to keep my kids schedules and work schedule organized
pmj said…
I would like to be more organized this year, I forget everything.
Patricia N said…
This is very timely - I just recycled my 2013 planner and need one for 2014. I don't have a smartphone, so I rely on a planner book to keep my and my family organized.
Miranda said…
This would help me get everything organized and in one place
Jackie said…
I need a planner to keep track of appointments, and where my family needs to be and when.
Thank you!
Gary said…
I love using a planner to organize my time
Shelly Leatham said…
I have promised myself that I will be more organized this year! I could really use this!!
Kimberly said…
Organization is not my strong point. I need all the help I can get.
Unknown said…
I am a grandmother who is homeschooling her 9yr old grandson and need to get organized and keep up with 4-h and homeschool projects
Thanks Stacie

Em Mahr said…
I need a planner because my new years resolution is to be more organized and I think this could really help
eclairre said…
for all of the events and appointments i have. eclairre at ymail dot com
Unknown said…
I need a planner to organize my daily schedule. :)
AMY said…
I need it because I am a homeschooling mom of four kids with lots of activities.
Coolestmommy said…
Now that my oldest in high school, it seems like our appointments have tripled. I need a better way to track him, his siblings, my hubby and my own activities and appointments.
cman said…
To get more organized.
Angela Saver said…
I need a planner so I can get more organized & keep everything together.

andysavi.mom@gmail.com
Teresa Thompson said…
Its the only way I can stay organized.
ewhatley said…
I am obsessively organized and love using a planner to keep everything I need in one place.
Saki said…
i need a planner to organize my life filled with full-time work life and full-time student life!

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