Made the transition to digital planning this year and realllllly wasn’t sure if I would like it. Turns out this was a fabulous choice - used notes pages to make digital vision boards, etc and I find myself using the checklist pages much more actively now. Still love pen and paper but this is fantastic way to sync everything between all my digital devices and have a planner at my fingertips when I don’t carry a large bag.
I love these planners. I’m a stay at home mom of three young children and this really helps me keep my home in order. It’s beautiful, high quality, and very detailed. I buy one every year now.
This planner gets an A+. I have never had a planner I actually use and come back for the next year. Having 2 kids, a business, and ADHD, this keeps me on track. Keeps me busy, but productively busy.
My favorite part about the digital version is the planner is much larger. Plus I really like the Monday start, an option the traditional planner doesn’t have.
I'm the kind of gal who ends up using several planners at once: one for homeschooling, one for my monthly/weekly/daily stuff, and one for my volunteer each of my endeavors. This planner has helped me condense the volunteer and monthly/weekly/daily stuff into one location. The biggest bonuses to this planner are:
1. The built-in chore plans (my kids' chores are planned, but mine haven't been since I was a kid), including major seasonal, monthly, and weekly projects. My house is already getting cleaner, bit-by-bit. I use the chore checklist to help me remember to get my kids to do their parts, too. (Woo-hoo for cleaning out the pantry, fridge, and freezer! We're buying less groceries because we're using stuff that got squirreled away in there!)
2. The budget/spending tracker. We have minimal debt, but in aiming to be a Proverbs 31 kind of wife, I want to better manage the finances my husband brings into our home. I wasn't expecting to make much use of this tool, but it is helping me be more aware of how much I'm spending, where, and how often.