Day Designer for Blue Sky is my favorite planner collaboration (ever!)
So many functional layouts with nice colors to choose from (and an affordable price tag too!)
if you’re looking for an alternative to a traditional daily or weekly planner, their Today and To Do Planner is a good option. Especially if you prefer to work off a checklist rather than plan by day.
- Cover Size: 6″ wide x 8.75″ wide
- Page Size: 5.75″ wide x 8.5″ high
- Wire binding
- 160 pages
- Perforated pages
Price: $16 USD
In addition to the Today and To Do Planner, I also purchased a list style bullet journal notebook (which sadly doesn’t appear to be available anymore).
This post contains affiliate links. I paid for the planner myself and as always, all opinions are my own.
Let’s take a closer look!
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Both are about 0.5″ thick
Another notebook I purchased at the same time as the Today & To Do notebook is this notebook which is like a cross between a list book and a bullet journal.
Unfortunately it doesn’t appear to be available for purchase anymore 🙁
They give you some suggested symbols for coding the notebook but you can of course, decide on your own. If you want to be a bit creative and code things quickly, try stamps. I specifically recommend the Frixion erasable stamps for this – there’s lots of cute icons to choose from!
Read more: Frixion erasable stamps review
<3 the perforated pages.
The box in the bottom right corner is for drawing the symbol (or you could use a page numbering system instead.
Today & To Do Planner
Perfect for list lovers the Today and To Do Planner can be used for daily planning, or just keep using it for running to do lists. The entire notebook is undated so you can stop and start using it anytime.
Love those gold corner edging and how it matches the gold on the cover and the wire binding!
The pages are perforated which is a great idea… but just remember this if you write on the back.
The only con of these planners is that the cheaper price tag means thin paper. It is prone to ghosting. See below for a pen test I did in another BlueSky planner that has the same paper:
Read more: Blue Sky Noteworthy Planner
The Day Designer for Blue Sky planners are my favorite planner collab. So many functional layouts with nice colors to choose from (and an affordable price tag too!)
More reviews of their planners
- Day Designer for Blue Sky Horizontal Weekly Planner Review
- Vertical Day Designer for Blue Sky Planner
- Blue Sky Noteworthy Planner
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