In addition to their weekly planner, Lucky Life Tools also have a daily planner. Different to most daily planners, this one has two pages per day and the page size is also bigger. So if you want to combine planning, / journal / health into the one planner – this one might be a good fit for you.
Disclaimer: Lucky Life Tools sent me this planner for free in exchange for this review. As always, all opinions are my own.
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- Size: 7.25″ wide x 9.25″ high
- Stitched binding
- Gender neutral color scheme
- 2 Page daily planner
Let’s take a closer look!
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For being larger than most hardbound planners, it still feels very light in terms of weight.
The cover is ok… but not exactly pretty.
Approx 0.75″ thick
The planner comes with a code to access free downloads such as these:
Very thorough how to guide!
One page to plan the day… And another to reflect
The schedule runs from 6am to 11pm – longer than most daily planners do and perfect if you’re a night owl.
There’s plenty of lined checklist space as well as a detailed wellness tracker and grateful for sections.
Most planners have 0.25″ line spacing – this planner’s line spacing is a bit smaller than that.
Lots of space to write!
Apart from the daily pages and the page pictured below, there isn’t anything else to the planner. This makes it a good companion planner to your regular weekly planner.
As this is a hardbound planer there are no tabs. There’s really only daily planning pages so you don’t need them. Plus each day is numbered in the bottom corner so you can find it easily.
Pros of the Planner
- Lined writing space
- Gender neutral color scheme
- Plenty of room to write
- Lightweight (especially for it’s medium page size)
- Pages lay flat
- Larger page size than most daily planners (that tend to be A5 size)
- 2 pages per day
Cons of the Planner
- Only 98 days – the planner won’t last an entire year
- Boring cover (no options and no personalisation)
- Hard to get outside of the USA
- Daily planning pages only
- Might be too much planning space for each day if you don’t like to journal & reflect
Would I use this planner?
No. I don’t tend to use daily planners as I’m at my day job on weekdays. I might use it on a weekend but I don’t do daily reflections so would probably use 1 page per day instead of the 2.
This planner would be ideal if:
- You like to do a daily reflection
- Need lots of lined planning space
- To use as a companion to a weekly planner (e..g. 1 planner for your weekdays / 9 – 5 and this daily planner on weekends)
- If you need more room than most daily planners offer
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