My Infinite Agenda 2018

My Infinite Agenda is a planner with a purpose. This product is described by founders Raquel and Katie as a "personal vision-board planner," and it is a loving creation based on a decade of friendship and a lifetime of practicing the law of attraction. Their formula is simple: Think it–believe it–be ready to receive it.… Continue reading My Infinite Agenda 2018

2018 Ink+Volt Planner

Ink+Volt was created by Kate Matsudaira and started as the Spark Notebook, which launched with the assistance of a 2014 Kickstarter.  The Kickstarter aimed to raise $14,000 and ended up with $138,572. After receiving feedback from their community, they launched another Kickstarter in 2015 to make a planner version of the Spark Notebook. This raised $460,602. There… Continue reading 2018 Ink+Volt Planner

2018 STARTplanner Fancy Pants

Okay folks--it's time to get Fancy! This week I am reviewing the 2018 STARTplanner Fancy Pants binder system. Let's begin with a dive into this company's history, mission, and growth! STARTplanner was founded in May 2015 by two friends who lived across the county from one another--Kristy in Cumming, Georgia and Jenny in Portland, Oregon.… Continue reading 2018 STARTplanner Fancy Pants

2017-2018 Get To Work Book

The Get To Work Book (GTWB for short) is a sturdy, simple planner that I have been eyeing for a while and hoping to review. I reached out to Elise Blaha Cripe (the creator of the Get To Work Book) and she kindly sent me one of her 2017-2018 midyear planners to review. Elise lives… Continue reading 2017-2018 Get To Work Book

2017 FRANK Daily Planner

It's a week of Frank! First my husband Frank's #plannermatch post and now a review of the 2017 FRANK Daily Planner. 🙂 FRANK is a small company based in New Zealand (they do ship internationally!), founded in 2012 by couple Jason and Jess. This company was founded on a mission, which I pulled from their… Continue reading 2017 FRANK Daily Planner

My Husband & Productivity Planner

For this Thursday's blog post, my husband let me take pictures of him with his planner--the Productivity Planner ($24.95). I had tried to get my husband, Frank, into planning for a while. The dated planners--a Moleskine and a FRANK Stationary planner--just didn't do it for him. He would lapse in using it and feel guilty picking… Continue reading My Husband & Productivity Planner

InkWELL Press 2018 Flex Planner

Ah, the inkWELL Press planner. Colorful but elegant, functional yet fun, and structured but flexible. The inkWELL Press planner is a wonderful tool that can fit many types of planners. This is my third inkWELL Press planner—I had the 2016 Flex Hard Cover, the 2017 A5 inserts, and now the 2018 Flex Hard Cover. I… Continue reading InkWELL Press 2018 Flex Planner

Shinola Runwell Planner

Shinola has often been heralded as the American Moleskine--high-quality journals and planners made for an on-the-go lifestyle. Affordable luxury, really. Shinola isn't only a journal company, it is primarily divided into three manufacturing areas: a watch factory, a bicycle workshop, and a leather workshop. Shinola makes high-quality, luxury products with an eye on revolutionizing American… Continue reading Shinola Runwell Planner

Day Designer for Blue Sky (Daily)

The Day Designer is often heralded as the flagship daily planner. In 2010, Whitney English wasn't seeing the planner she wanted to use on the market, so she created her own. The Day Designer page on Blue Sky's website has a message from Whitney: I created Day Designer in response to my own desire for… Continue reading Day Designer for Blue Sky (Daily)

Alina & STARTplanner (Daily Hustle)

My friend and colleague Alina is a busy mom and just passed her Masters defense! Woo! When I gave her this planner in early 2017, though, we were both still in graduate school and struggling to manage our time and work. I had purchased the 2017 STARTplanner for myself but found the content overwhelming for… Continue reading Alina & STARTplanner (Daily Hustle)