There aren’t many planners that specifically separate home and work and include weekends and include plenty of list space. So I was quite excited when I stumbled across the It’s That Kinda Day Planner!
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- Size: 8″ wide x 10″ high
- Wire binding
- Neutral inside pages
- 2 page weekly spread (starts on Monday)
- 2 Page monthly calendar (starts on Sunday)
Let’s take a closer look!
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Fairly sturdy cardstock cover with the exception of the corners that were slightly damaged in transit 🙁
Approx 1cm thick
Love this layout with space to put events / important dates and tasks / goals for each month.
Week starts on Sunday.
Undated so you can start planning anytime. These neutral date dot stickers would be ideal.
Starts on Monday which is not consistent with the monthly calendar.
This planner’s layout is quite different from the norm. Monday to Friday are on one page (with home and work kept separate!)
On the right page are big checklists for home and work plus space for weekend plans.
<3 all the lined writing space!
As with the monthly calendar, there are no dates so you can start using anytime of the year.
25 Notes pages
Big laminated tabs <3
Pros of the Planner
- Minimalist color scheme
- Plenty of lined writing space and to do lists
- Plenty of notes pages
- Multiple cover designs to choose from
Cons of the Planner
- Bit bigger than most planners – bulky for your handbag
Would I use this planner?
Yes. I’ve come across very few planers that combine work and home and still provide enough space to write like this one does. Plus it’s very affordable.
If you like this notebook, it’s available on Amazon (affiliate link)
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