For my 30th birthday I bought myself a life planner. I think that says a lot about what I think about turning 30. I should have it together by now but I don’t! Maybe this expensive life planner will help! That was pretty much my reasoning for spending that much on a planner.
To be fair though, I do like this kind of thing as a hobby. I like being crafty.
Anyway, I made an unboxing video:
I filmed and edited this at the beginning of the week, so I’ve had my planner now and have been using it for the past five days.
I do like it a lot but there are a couple of things that aren’t so great. For example, in the video I talk about how I’m a little disappointed in the designer dots. Well, it turns out, I actually like them a lot and find them really useful. The downside is, it would cost like 50 bucks to have enough of those dots for an entire year of planning. There is no way I am spending that kind of dime on designer dots. Forget it. And I think that’s what is going to ultimately stop me from getting another Erin Condren planner in the future: the price.
We’ll see how it goes though. Right now I’m getting around having a bunch of stickers by coloring things in with colored pencils.
Any tips on decorating a planner on a budget?
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