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It’s time to bring in the New Year and that means it’s also time to make a few lifestyle changes that are key to ringing it in, like making resolutions that you statistically will not commit to. There’s nothing wrong with resolutions and lifestyle changes, the devil is in the details, and most resolutions are set without a plan. Let’s fix that in 2018.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m guilty as well. I make resolutions every year with no plan. I had a goal to lose weight, to be a better blogger, create more content year after year and it always falls through the cracks because I was not able to organize my time well enough to cut out time for these things. It’s amazing how connected organization and execution are. Let’s strive to get your sh*t together in 2018 with Panda Planner.
What is Panda Planner?
Your average planner comes pre-dated with little to no space to actually flesh out the details of your month and/or week. Panda Planner is different, as there is room to plan AND reflect on your day, month and year. Panda Planner applies a scientific approach to productivity and happiness, helping you get more done and feel better every day.
Packaging and design
Panda Planner comes in two different sizes- 8.5 x 11″ (Pro; 12 month) and 5 x 8.2″ (3-6 month). Panda Planner Pro is a soft, matte, black vinyl material. The smaller version is a hardcover. Both planners are non-dated, which means you can start/stop where ever you wish and skip months without wasting pages that you do not need. Each book comes with a page for every month, a page for every week, and a page for every day. The Pro covers 12 months and the smaller version covers 3-6 months. Both planners have SPACE- space for notes, thoughts, affirmations, and goals. The planner comes with three ribbon section markers to pick up right where you left off during the month, week or year. There is space for notes, an elastic closure, and a pouch in the back to hold small pieces of paper, stickers, and notes.
Every year I buy a planner and by March we are done. The standard planner does not provide me with enough space to get out all my thoughts and goals. I try to fill the void of not having a planner by going out and purchasing additional 2-3 planners and/or journals by June. By December, they are still empty and it’s time to trash them because the year is over, and the dates were prefilled, so you cant use it into the next year.
With Panda Planner, I can start the moment it falls into my lap. If I have plans for January, I can fully fill out that month. If I don’t, I don’t have to fill out that month at all. Same for weekly and daily.
I also like Panda Planner, because now I have a space to reflect on my month, on my week and my day. Those little markups will help improve my productivity, help me figure out where I went right, and where I went wrong.
Where to buy
Panda Planner retails $26.97 on Amazon and is available in 4 colors. Panda Planner Pro retails $35.97 and is available in black only. Both versions include 7 free ebooks and a video mini course to help you boost your productivity 10x.
Use code PANDAFAM to receive 10% off your order.
Tell me- What would you look like if you had your sh*t together with Panda Planner?