Saturday, December 12, 2015
#Review: Panda Planner (Non-Dated Daily Planner) #pandaplanner
If you are like me, you keep something handy either in your purse or glove department to keep you on schedule. Usually mine is huge and half the time does not even fit in my purse. That is why I am glad to have this new planner called the Panda Planner.
This gem has it all for every kind of planning anyone needs. I am telling you, it is packed full. In fact, it is actually too much for me but that is not a negative in anyway. We all use planners in different ways, it is just I use mine for a simpler kind of lifestyle.
In this planner there is space for:
>Daily gratitude journaling
>Top priorities for the day
>Exercise, focus, and affirmation boxes
>Weekly calendar (non-dated)
>Monthly calendar (non-dated)
>End of the day review
In addition, the company sends free e-books to help you along your journey.
There are 290 pages of heavy duty paper in this book which is a lot but in truth, translates to 6 months. That is really the only draw back I have to the Panda Planner, as I would like to have a planner that last at least 12-18 months. However, again, not necessarily a drawback as all of us plan differently.
I highly recommend this planner. LOOK! If you go there and purchase right now, they are having a two for one special. This is because the company worked with another company for the paper used in the planner and it did not send the right quality of paper that they want for the Panda Planner. This is a win for you.
It also shows to me that the company cares about the product they send out. They care that their customers are happy and will work with you to ensure you are. How do I know this? Because I received several emails from the company's owner who wants to make me happy just as the reviewer.
Disclosure: I received this item at a deeply discounted price in exchange for my open and honest opinion. The views expressed here are 100% my own and may differ from yours. ~Naila Moon