SHP planners has a very flexible horizontal weekly spread with lined, unlined & checklist for each day.
Before the Pen
When I bought this planner it was dated for 2020. No worries, a little bit of whiteout and some stickers and I can use it for 2021.
After the Pen
I chose to use the unlined space for blog posts but you could use it for:
- Meal planning
- Most important task
- Bills / expenses due that day
- Work schedule
- Class schedule
- Fitness tracker
- Cleaning / chores
- Little things / reminders / quick tasks
Read more: Setting up a new planner: 70 Tasks to add
I used the circles for a checklist – they’re big enough to write 1, 2, 3 if you want to prioritise tasks, or to shade half the box when the task is in progress. If you just want lined space for each day, you could use the checklist for a water intake tracker.
The page size is 7″ wide x 9″ high (my favorite planner page size!) so there’s enough room to write multiple words for each task.
There’s not many decorating options for this planner – the dates are already a bit unique with the flag instead of just a number on a page so I just added some thin washi that coordinated with the mint / teal color of the planner. I rarely do spreads using 3 colors so tried it this week after being inspired by this thin washi tape set from The Paper Studio.
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- The Paper Studio 3mm washi tape – Navy, teal and hot pink pack
- SHP Weekly planner (Horizontal)
- Parkoo gel pens 0.7mm
- Care Diem navy appt. sticker from the calendar sticker book
- April sticker is from the Happy Planner holidays sticker book
- Keji whiteout tape from Officeworks
- 2021 number stickers from the Carpe Diem number sticker book
Pros of the SHP Planner
- Smooth paper that feels really nice to write on
- My favorite page size – just the write amount of space
- Large circles for ticking things off, shading in to track progress or writing priority numbers for tasks
Cons of the SHP Planner
- Multiple colors throughout the planner but the planner is available in one color scheme only – no neutral color scheme available
Would I use this planner again?
Yes. I like the page size and proportions of each section in the weekly spread. I’d like to see a version with black ink rather than color, then I could color code with pens and not worry about the colors clashing with the colors of the planner.
I like the 3 colors and will probably do it again. I’m thinking green, pink & blue, purple, green & blue, orange, green & pink.. too many possible color combinations!
Past weekly spreads
- Unbound Planner (4 page weekly spread)
- Whistle and Birch Rainbow Weekly Spread using the Zebra Mildliners
- Gold themed weekly spread in the Erin Condren Focused Planner
- My Favorite thin washi tape for planning
- 12 Solutions for when you run out of space in your planner
- 8 Ways to use highlighters for Bullet Journal Spreads
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