Day-Timer Planner Set Review
Do you have a busy schedule, or someone on your gift list that has a busy schedule? Personally I have a hard time keeping all of my tasks and appointments organized. I know, some people may look at me and say, you just blog all day…what is there to keep track of? And to those people I say…phooey!
Day-Timer has been at the tops of the rankings for Day Planners for a long time. They have a style to fit almost any need. Personally, I think the best format would be the 2 pages per week format for most busy moms. However, for the professionals out there, it may be best to go with a 2 pages per day format. What am I talking about? The ability to customize YOUR Day Timer to YOUR needs.
Your Day Timer can be filled with any of these formats:
- 2 Pages per Month
- 2 Pages Per Week
- 1 Page per Day
- 2 Pages per Day
What that means, is that you will always be organized the way you need to be. If you just need to keep a month at a glance, the 2 pages may be best. If you consistently have a lot of appointments, you may want the 2 Pages per day.
Most people may think that “Gone are the days of the paper and pen day planner”. Those people would be wrong. Although we do tend to keep a lot of stuff in our phones these days (or on our ipad or other tablet device), There just always seems to be a need to have it all written down somewhere. Especially when multiple people will need access to the same information. My kids LOVE knowing that they can check my calendar and have an idea of what is going on.
The Family Plus Solution Planner would be an amazing fit for any busy family.
And my pick for the best fit for any busy professional would be the Western Coach Desk Size Planner Set.
You can find both of these right at daytimer.com.
Disclosure: I received a Day-Timer Planner set for review purposes. I was under no obligation to post a positive review. All opinions are 100% my own.