If you follow my shop over on Instagram, you know we’ve been cooking up something new for awhile now. We’ve partnered with Ashley from Printable Wisdom to make the best undated planner we could imagine, and I think y’all are going to like it.
The Best Undated Planner
The Perpetual Planner is pretty, super functional, and something you’re going to want to keep around long after the year is over. And because it’s undated, you can start it at anytime! No need to wait for January to get organized.
We started with beautiful paper.
This paper is 80# – that’s a thick, pretty paper to write on. I have used all of my favorite planner pens on it, and they all write beautifully on this paper!
The planner comes with monthly stickers to label your divider tabs. If you’re the type of person who abandons their planner for months at a time (no judgement!), this is perfect for you. Just fill in the dates one month at a time (I recommend writing down dates for future events in a notebook or at the front of the planner so you can add them as you add each month). This way, you won’t waste any of the months.
The Perpetual Planner has lots of room to write.
We designed a layout that would let you plan your day and even add some journaling without feeling cramped. Each week is spread out over four pages, so not only do you have room for your daily activities, but you have space for notes and journaling every week. We’ve even include some space to record weekly gratitude and affirmations, as well as lay out your goals for the next week.
At the back of the planner, you’ll find lots of room for tracking goals, habits, and even planning out Christmas!
We included some of our favorite and most useful planning pages at the back of the planner. This includes:
- 4 goal tracking pages
- 2 habit tracking pages
- 2 page Christmas planner
- 2 event planning pages
- 1 password tracking page
- 1 pretty coloring page
As you can see in some of these photos, I really love to dress my planner up. This has taken the place of scrapbooking, which I used to love, but just kind of ran out of time for. “Memory planning” (such a weird term when you think about it, but it’s what we call using a planner for both planning and memory keeping) has really let me plan my day in a functional and useful way, but also preserve some of my life highlights (and even the more mundane moments) in a way that is meaningful to me.
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