The TF Publishing planner is similar to most horizontal planners except for 1 thing…
- Size: 6″ wide x 8″ high
- Cardstock cover
- Wire binding
- Dates at a glance page
- 2 page Monthly calendar (starts on Sunday)
- 2 page weekly spread (starts on Monday)
- No tabs but months are printed on the side
- No notes pages
- Neutral inside pages
- 16 month duration
Let’s take a closer look!
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The cover is thin cardstock which helps make the planner feel like it weighs basically nothing… but obviously don’t expect it to be a durable cover.
Approx 0.5″ thick
The most unique thing about this planner? The kraft paper instead of white.
Starts Sunday (not consistent with the weekly spread).
There’s not much to say about this calendar other than it’s a very typical layout.
Split boxes 🙁
Most horizontal weekly planners have entirely lined writing space for each day, or entirely unlined. This one gives you a mix of both as well as checkboxes if you need them. Another thing unique is the water intake tracker which also makes a cute divider between the 2 sections for each day.
There are no traditional tabs but the months are printed on the side, directly onto the paper.
As kraft paper is thicker than the normal paper I find in most planners + the dark page color, it’s not as prone to ghosting and bleed through. The colors don’t show through the other side – not even the fat marker pens!
Pros of the Planner
- Portable size
- Pens didn’t have much ghosting or bleed through
- Very lightweight – cardstock cover
- All the essentials without a bunch of extras you may not need
Cons of the Planner
- Saturday & Sunday share the same planning space as 1 weekday
- Split boxes on the monthly spread
- No notes pages
- No monthly planning page
- No tabs (although months are printed on the sides of the pages)
Would I use this planner?
This planner is a slightly less generic take on the typical horizontal weekly layout. The kraft paper is different to white and it did ok under a pen test. If weight is your concern this would be a good option – the entire planner is made from cardstock & paper also making it very affordable. A good option if you want to try a horizontal weekly layout.
I probably wouldn’t use this planner as the Saturday & Sunday planning space is too small.
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- Life Organized Weekly Planner by Paper House (similar to the Erin Condren Life Planner)
- 5 Planner Supplies I Don’t Use (And Why)
- How (and why) I pre-plan the week using the Plum Paper horizontal lined with notes layout
- How to organize planner stickers using folders (plus free printable labels)
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