It’s not very often that I choose a daily planner but I made an exception for the Kit Life Planner. This one has a day to a page layout for all days of the week. The timed schedule section is smaller than most with more space for to do lists.
This is not a sponsored post. I purchased the planner myself and all opinions are my own.
- Size: 7.25″ wide x 8.75″ high
- Wire binding
- Choose from floral or marble cover design
- Dates at a glance page
- Lined notes pages
- 2 page Monthly calendar (starts on Sunday)
- 2 page monthly planning overview
- Minimalist, but colorful inside pages
- 100 GSM paper
- Lasts 6 months
Price: $25 USD
I purchased the daily version but there’s also a dated weekly version (horizontal layout) for both calendar and academic year. It has different extra pages to the version I purchased. There’s also a dated daily version. Price varies depending on which version you choose.
Let’s take a closer look!
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I really like the glossy finish on the marble cover I chose!
Just over 0.75″ thick
On the inside of the front cover is a thin pocket folder that holds the 2 sheets of icon and functional stickers that come with the planner
All of the monthly calendars are clustered together at the front of the planner.
Week starts Sunday however as this is an undated planner, you could use some days of the week stickers to change it to a Monday week start. Undated means there’s no split boxes 🙂
The sidebar is 1.5″ wide with 6.5mm line spacing.
Each day’s box is 1.5″ wide x 1.5″ high.
Next are all of the 2 page monthly check in pages.
I don’t mind a bit of color, but they’re too pastel in this planner. It’s hard to read the labels for the various sections in the planner
These pages have sections for:
- Monthly goals
- Habits to support my monthly goals
- Monthly habit tracking
- Books to read
- Podcasts to listen to
- Plans to be social
- Healthy eating intentions
- Fitness and movement plans
Line spacing for the monthly habit tracker is just under 4mm.
The line spacing everywhere else is 6mm.
After the monthly pages are all of the daily planning pages clustered together.
Each page gets an entire page to plan – including Saturday and Sunday.
The scheduling section is much smaller than most daily planners only taking up a quarter of the page with hours from 6am to 8pm.
The line spacing on these pages is also 6mm.
Dates at a glance
While the planner is undated there are a few dates at a glance calendars at the back of the planner for 2020, 2021 and 2022.
There are 3 lined notes pages at the back with 6mm line spacing.
Pros of the Planner
- Undated – stop and start planning anytime
- 1 page to plan each day (including weekends)
- 2 page monthly planning
- Reasonable price for a 6 month planner ($25 x 2 = $50 which is about the same as a 12 month planner)
- Bright white paper
Cons of the Planner
- The colors are too pastel for me, it’s hard to read the labels for the various sections in the planner
- No weekly overview pages
- Some ghosting on the back side of the pages
- No tabs although ‘month’ and ‘day’ are printed on the side of the pages to help find your place
- No ribbon bookmark
- Not enough annual planning / goal planning pages
Would I use this planner?
No. I like the daily planning page with the larger checklist and smaller schedule section however there’s not much more to the planner. I need more extra pages like notes, weekly overview, checklists etc.
I think this planner would be good for students and if you’re self-employed.
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