The Peacock Paper Daily planner has a roomy schedule, checklist, notes and meal planning space for each day plus Saturday and Sunday each have their own page.
- Size: 7.75″ wide x 10.25″ high
- Wire binding
- Dates at a glance page
- 2 page Monthly calendar (starts on Sunday)
- Monthly budget
- 1 page per day (including weekends)
- Weekly overview
- Neutral inside pages
- 12 months
- Pocket folders on the front and back covers
- Extra pages – contacts, travel planning & lined notes
- Ships from USA
Let’s take a closer look!
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Peacock Paper Weekly Appointment Version
A typical sturdy hardcover but with gold corners too + <3 these polka dots!
Approx 1.5″ thick – the thickest planner I’ve ever come across.
Starts Sunday (not consistent with the weekly spread).
There are too many dates at a glance calendars for me – I don’t need to see the next 3 months in advance when there is already an annual dates at a glance page. I’d cover these up with a checklist or habit tracker sticker.
The sidebar of the monthly calendar is slightly different to the vertical appointment version of the Peacock Paper Planner (review in this post).
Unfortunately this planner has split boxes:
Each month also has a monthly budget page
So I know I said this was a daily planner… but it includes some weekly planning pages too!
This planner has an entire page for each day – including weekends with lots of functional sections and lined writing space.
The schedule starts a bit too early for my liking – 5am!!
The coil is huge and I suspect it’ll get in the way when writing so you may prefer to fold the pages back on themselves:
Dates at a glance
One of very few planners I’ve come across that have the holidays printed on the same page as the dates at a glance page <3
There are travel planning, contacts & lined notes pages at the back of the planner.
The travel planning are very basic- just 2 pages with destination, date and notes. It may as well be extra notes pages.
While it’s nice to see the entire year’s worth of tabs at once, the tabs are really small.
It is good though, that they include tabs for the extras sections at the back of the planner – travel, contacts etc.
As these are adhered directly to the hardcover there isn’t much space in the pocket folder. An enveloper or 2 and it’ll be full.
Pros of the Planner
- Minimalist black and white – can add plenty of color with pens and highlighters without them clashing with the planner
- Full page to plan each day – even weekends
- Functional daily spread
- 2 lines to plan each hour of the day
- Monthly budget
- Weekly planning overview page
Cons of the Planner
- Very heavy – too heavy to take with you
- No monthly planning pages
- Split boxes on the monthly calendar
Would I use this planner?
I don’t use day to a page planners but if I did, this would definitely be one I’d try. In the instances that I’ve tried using a daily planner, I found the writing space too small (as most are A5 page size). This planner has a larger page size and there is plenty of lined writing space in the functional layout. The schedule column is really wide – I’m thinking about converting the schedule into a checklist.
It would be more practical to split the planner into a 6 monthly duration to reduce the weight & thickness.
More planner reviews:
- Lorna Leigh Lane Weekly Planner Review
- Passion Planner Review – Compact and Classic Sizes
- Live Whale Weekly Planner Review
- Choosing a planner: Horizontal versus Vertical versus Hourly planners (which is right for you?)
- How to resize a printable to fit A5 or US half letter (5.5 x 8.5) page size
- 10 Things I don’t put in my planner (and why)
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