The Unbound Planner is one of very few planners I’ve come across that has 4 pages to plan each week so I was keen to try it out!
Before the pen
See my review in this post
Related: Unbound Weekly Planner Review
After the Pen
I kept the weekly overview page for lists, and the 2nd page for project workflow for this printable set in my shop.
I circled days of the week on the days I intended to do routine tasks. I mainly use a monthly habit tracker and just copied across reminders into the weekly spread.
I used whiteout correction tape to cover up headings and pre-printed tasks that weren’t relevant to me.
Since I’m not a vertical person I turned the vertical spread on it’s side and used it for blog planning which worked quite well.
I used the Staedtler Broadliner Fine Tip pens. They’re fatter than the triplus fineliner and work better over correction tape. I bought the 10 color pack before realising there’s a 20 pack that has a purple in it (while the 10 pack does not) 🙁
I’m not a fan of the dark green but all of the other colors look nice.
The paper of the Unbound Planner is prone to ghosting combined with the Staedtler pens being quick thick and inky, there was a bit of bleed through.
Pros of the Unbound Planner
- Bright white paper
- 4 pages to plan each week (plenty of space!)
- Portable size
- Minimalist color scheme (so you can use whatever colors you like and they won’t clash with the colors of the planner)
Cons of the Unbound Planner
- Pens are prone to ghosting and bleed through
Would I use this planner again?
Yes, I liked have more than enough room to spread things out over 4 pages. I like the weekly overview pages the most!
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Past weekly spreads
- Using the Do It All Weekly Planner by Orange Circle Studio
- Review of the Planner Pad Weekly Planner
- Plum Paper Me Planner
- 5 Planner Supplies I Don’t Use (And Why)
- My favorite sticky note brands for planning
- Best Weekly Planners For Under $50
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