3 Jul 2020

Getting Organised With Personal Planner & Giveaway

I WAS GIFTED THE PLANNER AND NOTEBOOK FEATURED IN THIS POST IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW

When it comes to being organised, I need anything that can help. Even though I use a digital planner for myself, I love a hand written planner to keep track of things that are happening with my daughter. My daughter starts school in September, so I wanted a planner that would be small and compact, and that I could jot down anything I need to remember for her. I love my digital planner, but it stays at home and houses all my hobbies, but I need a physical diary to have everyday events in.



I have had a Personal Planner for a few years now, and I love how easy they are to customise.  You can get them in a range of sizes, from their mini size, right up to A4, and you can have a number of different layouts. Today I am sharing with you my mini planner, that I will be using as a school planner for my daughter. I also have a little cheeky giveaway worth £39.99, which allows you to pick any planner on their site.



CREATE YOUR IDEAL PLANNER WITH PERSONAL PLANNER


The thing I love most about Personal Planner is that you can customise your planner in so many different ways. Whether it is picking your perfect size, designing your own cover, tweaking the layout or adding in some stickers, there are just endless options. When it comes to size, I picked the Mini size, but they have five sizes in total, so you can pick the size that works best.



One of the other things that I like is that you can start your planner in any month. This means you can purchase your planner at any point in the year, and you aren't restricted to just a January-December calendar. I opted to start mine in September, so it will run for the whole school year. You can also pick which weekly layout you would like. Whether you are an hourly planner, or like more space per day, there is an option for everyone. You can also add other things to the page, like space to plan meals, or include your work hours. Even space for notes. I opted to add a meal planner, and also a colouring area so that Elise can have some involvement with the planner.

You also get to pick pages for the end of your planner. There is space to add a yearly calendar, as well as note pages, colouring pages and more. I opted to add the yearly calendar and also some dot grid pages for notes.


Every planner comes with a colour elastic and a ruler. You can pick which colour you would like for both these items. The planner itself is nice and sturdy, and has a protective cover. I picked a custom front and back cover for mine, and I did the same with the A5 dot grid notebook that I also purchased. 

The site also offers a range of stickers to use in your planner, and you even have some included in your planner in a handy sleeve. They sell a range of pens too. I picked up a Frixon pen as I love the way that they write. I love that they include some stickers as I know that a lot of people like to decorate their planners and they are handy to highlight important dates. One thing that I feel the planner is missing is monthly pages, although for me I do not need it for the purpose that I am using the planner for, and I can always create my own with the note pages in the back.



The pages of the planner are nice and thick, so you can use any pen. This also means that you do not get any shadowing, or ink spilling through the pages. 


WIN YOUR OWN PERSONAL PLANNER (£39.99 VALUE)


Personal Planner have kindly given me a code to give to one of my readers, which has a value of £39.99 and can be used for anything on their site. This amount allows you to get any planner on their site, up to their biggest size. They ship worldwide from Sweden and offer free shipping. Therefore, if they ship to your country, you can enter the giveaway! Please note that prices may vary for other countries, and the voucher is in GBP £39.99.

To enter, please follow the instructions in the gleam app below. You can enter in anyway that you like, and as many options that you like. There is also a free entry option that doesn't include social media, and you can enter every day until the giveaway is over.



The giveaway will run from 3/7/2020 until 12PM GMT 19/7/2020 and I will then contact the winner. You can find terms and conditions below, and my general terms and conditions for giveaways here.


PERSONAL PLANNER GIVEAWAY TERMS AND CONDITIONS

- The Prize is one voucher worth £39.99 which will be emailed to the winner
- The prize is sent out via email from sarah@amundanelife.co.uk
- The giveaway is open to UK residents aged 18 and over, or if you are under 18 you will need your parents permission. The giveaway runs from 3/7/2020 until 12pm GMT 19/7/2020
- The promoter of this giveaway is A Mundane Life
- All prizes are non-transferable and there is no cash alternative offered
- The winners will be contacted via email or social media

- The winner will need to provide an email address to receive their prize

- The winner has 28 days to respond before another winner will be selected
- Please allow up to 28 days for delivery of your prize
- The winner is picked via the gleam app from all entrants that have followed the directions of the giveaway post.
- The prize is being sent directly from A Mundane Life, but is provided by Personal Planner
- All information detailing how to enter this giveaway forms part of these terms and conditions
- Events may occur that render the competition itself or the awarding of the prizes impossible due to reasons beyond the control of the Promoter, and accordingly the Promoter may at its absolute discretion vary or amend the promotion and the entrant agrees that no liability shall attach to the Promoter as a result thereof.
- By submitting an entry through Gleam, all entrants are acknowledging and accept the terms and conditions for the giveaway
- Each winning entry will be validated, and if the instructions for entry have not been followed for that entry, a new winner will be chosen
- Each entry within the app is a single entry into the giveaway and stands alone as such. All mandatory actions must be completed for any entry to be valid, but after mandatory entries are complete, if one of the optional entries is invalid, this does not affect any other entry into the gleam app.
- Entries using any software or automated process to make bulk entries will be disqualified.
- Compers are always welcome to enter giveaways run on A Mundane Life

- Any information given during the competition will be processed via the Gleam app. Once a winner has come forward and rewarded their prize, the competition widget is deleted and the data is removed. I am not able to see all of your information, but you will have to provide your full name, email and date of birth along with any social media accounts you would like to use. This data is not passed on to anyone else, unless your address details need to be shared with the PR company in order for them to send out the prize. These details are not passed on any further, and are only used for the purpose of providing the prize.

- There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner


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9 comments

  1. I love using diaries and planners, especially at the moment with having so many midwife appointments!

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  2. Making lists day to day is my favourite way to plan.

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  3. I like to plan everything! Where possible of course. I'm a list person too!

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  4. I am a list maker! I love checking things off as I go along. Nothing is better than a fully completed list

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  5. For me it has to be writing lists

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  6. My favourite way at the moment is to make lists and use a diary. This looks fantastic.

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  7. I’m a very anxious person so I like to plan ahead mainly I overthink a lot so I go over and over things in my head but I do like to jot things down and write in my diary, also making lists. This would be fabulous thanks for the chance

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  8. I am definitely a lust person, i have lists for everything 😣

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