If you need a small daily planner to take with you on the go, the Goal Getter Productivity Planner is lightweight and compact. Unlike most daily planners that have a bunch of extra pages that they end up being super bulky, this one only has daily planning pages.
Approx 5.25″ wide x 8″ high.
There are 7 day to a page layouts (so you get a whole day for Saturday and Sunday too)
followed by a quote page to signify the end of each week.
Since it’s a cheap planner, the paper quality isn’t the best. The printing shows through on the back side of the page. However if you just want something simple to use as glorified scribble paper on the go, then this would work.
Trying out the planner
I used the Papermate Inkjoy Ballpoint 1.0M pens (mini version) – one of the first rainbow pack of pens I ever bought and still one of my favorites!
I opted to color code / categorise. The blue checklist for general to do’s and purple for project to do’s (I was creating new content for my ecourse: How to Make Printables)
Pros of the Goal Getter Planner
- Very light – feels like it weighs basically nothing
- Compact page size – portable
Cons of the Goal Getter Planner
- The pages don’t lay flat on their own – I used a butterfly clip to keep the pages open
- Line spacing is close together on the checklist but the dot grid is widely spaced
I’m not normally a fan of day to a page planners but this one was ok. It’s lightweight and compact that you could easily take it with you. Plus it was cheap.
More planner spreads
- Using the Dabney Lee for BlueSky Landscape Weekly Planner
- Setting up a new month in my bullet journal (minimalist style)
- Using MAMBI inserts and Carpe Diem planner stickers for a colorful weekly spread!
- 10 ways to plan using sticky notes
- 100 things to put in your habit tracker of your planner or bullet journal (plus free printable habit tracker)
- Planning 101: Need versus want versus wish list planner supplies