I’m a total sucker when it comes to stationary. I love fresh notebooks, new journals and there’s nothing I like more than starting a new diary. I had already bought myself a new mid year diary as I was started to get all confused with everything that is happening in this surreal little bubble of mine. I’ve been failing miserably at keeping a schedule for my blog and I have been determined to get back on track and get my motivation back up to where it once was. Whilst browsing through my Twitter timeline, I came across The Bloggers Planner page; a page where you can have a planner designed to fulfil all your blogging needs. Well, apart from writing blog posts that is. Neatly wrapped up in a customised book, The Bloggers Planner has made me exceptionally happy.
The Bloggers Planner that I have chosen is the hardback A5 book with a matte cover and my blog name Anoushka Loves printed on the front. It priced up originally as £34.99 however I used code TREATME20 for an extra 20% off the price. I’ve seen some people question the price of the planners but they do start from £22 and increase in price when you add extras, such as a hardback cover and increase the size. I think that £30 is reasonable for a decent planner, and having spent a lot more on previous planners like my Filofax, The Bloggers Planner is definitely value for money. The book is sturdy and the customised print on the front is so lovely. I rarely have personalised items so I would pay against the odds for something with my name on it.
Inside the planner is where the magic happens. Not only is it an organised persons dream, but each section has been clearly thought out to include exactly what us bloggers need in the quest of keeping on top of things. Sections for stats, hauls and favourites are interspersed within a full month view and weekly views. Blog planning schedules with handy check lists are quite possibly my favourite part, and as they are undated, you can plan your week and not have it set in stone. I’m solely using the planner for blog posts and to do lists, whilst all my events and appointments can go in my normal diary to help me keep track of everything.
As I’m only six days in to using my Bloggers Planner, I haven’t got the full potential out of it just yet, but I am using it daily. I even took it to work with me and used the quiet night flight to plan the next two weeks worth of posts. I can’t wait to look back at the end of the month and see just how beneficial it has been for me.
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