Here is the thing, I dearly love planners. Just like everyone else I completely freaked out when they got popular again and have tried out SEVERAL of them. I really liked my Erin Condren but spiral bound is just WAY too confining to me. I want a Kiki K soooo much, but it is WAY too expensive. And because it is so expensive I know I won't use it. I will want to keep it pristine, so no touching. Then Marion Smith came out with her first planner and I couldn't give her my money fast enough. It is STUNNING, but like I thought I love it so much I don't want to ruin it by using it. So there it sits on my shelf looking at me while I work on projects. Sometime I will look over my shoulder and look at it and smile... because I am freakish that way. With all this trial and error I have become smarter though. Instead of buying a midori I made my own and tried it out... nope didn't keep up with it. So I got a moleskine and bullet journaled. It worked for a little bit, but I need pre-printed pages to make me happy. Especially the monthly calendar, it has to have dates and holidays in it. So it utter desperation I found myself looking around target. When I always go when I'm totally desperate. And low and behold I found this little beauty. The Mead Cambridge edition 2015-2016 Weekly Monthly Planner in a beautiful sky blue (trust me the color is beautiful even if the inferior pictures don't show it). I love the layout of the pages, very clean and elegant. Of course I'm going to get weird with it because it's a spiral bound, but the calendar and weekly pages might make up for that. AND... it's small enough to fit in a little avery binder so I might uncoil it, and see what happens.
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