If you’re looking for a planner with large line spacing and 2 pages to plan each day plus monthly calendars and weekly overviews, then consider the Time & Snail planner.
Disclaimer: The creator the planner sent me a copy for free in exchange for this review. As always, all opinions are my own. You can find this planner on Amazon (affiliate link).
- Size: 5.75″ wide x 8.25″ high
- Sewn binding
- 2 page Monthly calendar (starts on Monday)
- 2 page weekly overview (weekends combined)
- 6 monthly calendars at start of the planner (clustered)
- 16 Weekly overviews clustered at the front
- 100 daily pages (2 pages per day)
- Neutral inside pages
- Pen loop
Price: $21 USD
Let’s take a closer look!
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There are 2 cover color options – the usual black and a pink / purple cover. Bet you can guess which is my favorite… not the black!!
Approx 1″ thick
The planner is setup in what (I think) is a logical order. At the very start is 1 page with a few lines to write out some goals, followed by the monthly calendars, followed by the weekly spreads and then all of the daily spreads. Much easier to find what you’re looking for in sewn bound planners like this where there are no tabs.
The planner has 100 daily planning pages so will last around 3 months. However there are 6 monthly calendars and 17 weekly spreads.
Starts Sunday (not consistent with the weekly spread). There are 6 monthly calendars.
I like the snail references throughout – something different!
1cm high line spacing
The daily planning layout is structured without being too structured. I’m not sure why they added 6am when the rest of the schedule is blank – they could’ve left the whole column blank. At least it’s only 1 time to white out or just ignore and start the schedule whenever you like underneath.
At the back are 5 double-sided lined notes pages and a pocket folder.
Pages lay flat on their own no matter where you are in the planner! There are 2 ribbon bookmarks.
I didn’t do a pen test as I could already see the design on the back side of the pages showing through to the other side – so pens will most likely show through too.
Pros of the Planner
- Portable size
- Lined writing space
- 2 ribbon bookmarks
- Pen loop
- You choose the schedule on the daily layout
- Large line spacing
- Pocket folder
- Choose from black or pink / purple cover
Cons of the Planner
- No tabs
- Thin paper
- Cream paper, not white
- Cover is easily marked / scuffed
Would I use this planner?
I like elements of this planner but I probably won’t use it. I don’t use daily planners (don’t like to plan to that level of detail – I just work off a weekly to do list).
If you’re looking for a 2 pages per day layout this is (I think) one of the better options – there’s a bit of structure on the pages but still plenty of room for you to plan how you like. The weekly and monthly spreads are a nice bonus too.
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