I was so excited when I got this planner in the mail. I had done an ungodly amount of research to find a planner that would satisfy every need that I was looking for. I ordered it with “Lille Vandreren” engraved on the front last year, and this year with “Shelby Strickland” in gold foil. It’s $5 extra, but very cute so one-thousand percent worth it. Merry early Christmas to me.
Unboxing this planner was like seeing snow for the first time, or having just heard about an online sale at Anthropologie with free shipping. I was ecstatic and still am, hence the reorder.
I unwrapped it out of its sleek, black covering, and low and behold: there she was. Exactly as I expected she’d be.
The planner features a monthly dated two-page spread from January to December with project planning, and a notes and tasks page following each month. Right behind the monthly spreads are weekly project pages with each day dated and numbered to make lists (or if you’re like me and use military time, these are useful to plan out my day from morning to evening). At the back of the planner are perforated to-do lists that can easily be torn out and carried around (i.e. grocery shopping). In addition to planning, other useful pages include a time zones page, an international measurements page, a dialing codes page, AND a flight durations page — all packed inside this planner. How stinking cool?