Friday 26 July 2019

Mål Paper | Daily Goal Setter Planner*

I love planners. Diaries, calendars, organisers, anything that gives the illusion that I have my life together. I've been using an Erin Condren life planner for the past seven months and loving it so much. But it is just a planner - nothing for me to use as a diary, and not enough space for any goal setting!

So when the lovely team at Mål Paper contacted me to see if I'd like to try out one of their new daily goal setter planners, I was obviously not going to say no! These retail at £20.95 and come in three colours; black, grey, or the pink I opted for.

A little bit about the planner!
There are 244 pages, broken down into a few sections.
There are 6 undated months of planning pages, coming in with 6 monthly spreads, 24 weekly spreads, 157 daily spreads, 4 note pages, 20 pages of intro/how to use, and a 2019/2020 calendar. There is a pocket at the back for loose items, 2 ribbons to use as page markers, and the front and back covers are hardback, so it's very sturdy and won't damage easily! There are also quote pages periodically through the planner, that are from various notable people - so very motivating if you need a new quote!

After the 20 pages about how to use the planner, along with some ideas on what to do for each page, you come to the three sections below:

Here you have the space for 14 long, medium, and short term goals. There's plenty of room to flesh out the ideas as well, or you can just write one line for each - use it however it will work for you. After these sections, you'll find the undated 6 monthly spreads to note down anything you need for whichever month you start on. The good thing about it being undated, is you can start any day of the year and it won't matter.

The monthly spread is followed by the 24 weekly spreads. Here you have a few different sections for each week. Most important weekly tasks, secondary weekly tasks, additional tasks, and weekly review with little spot to rate the week. This is perfect for adding in any tasks from the previous sections, or adding other ones that didn't need to be noted previously.

After all of those pages, you then move onto the daily spreads, and a few note pages at the very back. The daily spreads are a page each, and again are in sections to help visualise what needs to be done each day. You just write the date and circle the day of the week, and then fill it in!

I love the top section where you can write 3 things that you're grateful for each day. It's a quick and simple way to find the good of each day, and you can either do this first thing in the morning, or even at the end of the day as a reflection. Following this is a daily affirmation section. This isn't something I've ever focused on before, so I'll be giving this a go soon to see what I can think of to fill this space - likely a quote I'm enjoying that day.

Below this, is the main section for the daily tasks. Again, these can be bought forwards from the long, medium and short term goals pages, create new ones, or simply jot down a daily schedule to see realistically how much you can do with the day.

The final section of the page is a little piece called, 'great things that happened today', plus a rating for the day at the bottom. Another little way to reflect back on the day and see overall how it went for you.

I love these layouts, and the fact it is undated is great as I can start whenever I want to, and if I miss a day or two it won't matter! I can easily use this in tandem with my EC planner, so I can add tasks from here into smaller sections in my EC, which will be soooo much easier to manage them all now in a separate planner!

If you're interested in snagging one of these beauties for yourself, go check out their website, and try it out for yourself! What do you think of this planner, and would you find this easy to use? Let me know! Hope you have a great day and keep safe :)

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*Gifted item in return for an honest review

1 comment:

  1. Cutest planner! I love a planner that has enough space for whatever it is that you need - daily tasks, weekly goals etc. And little spaces for notes or how you're feeling. It's those additions that make it all the more personal.
    Amber |


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