Tools4Wisdom Weekly Planner

Tools4Wisdom Weekly Planner

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Make Every Moment of Your Week Count

*Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. All opinions are my own.


I absolutely love this 2014 Weekly Planner from Tools4Wisdom ! This weekly planner has a place for everything you want to schedule.  It’s a Calendar, Daily, Weekly, Monthly, & Yearly planner all rolled into one. It has places to record Personal Goals & Ideas for the year, Monthly Priority Masterlists, and notes.

Tools4Wisdom Planner

When you open the Weekly Planner you see pages to list your personal yearly goals, an to help you record the actions to reach those goals. Honestly? I haven’t used these pages. Well, I use them to hold sticky notes to remind me of important details for things I need to do. What can I say?

Tools4Wisdom Planner - Yearly Goal pages

 Before each month there is a monthly calendar layout that takes up two pages. It gives you just enough space to mark down your most important monthly items.  I use this space to schedule my blog posts, as well as important personal things, like birthdays. I know at a glance what is coming up, and what I may need to reschedule.

Tools4Wisdome Planner - Month at a Glance pages

From there it is broken down into Daily spaces, with each week taking two pages. At the bottoms of these pages are places to record your biggest outcomes for the week, Completion Steps, Personal Priorities, and other Priorities (Top Priority/High Value/Errands). Although I don’t use all the spaces for the reasons they are marked, I do use these spaces. Mostly I use them to record information I will need through out the week. That means info like blog stats (Alexa, number of social media followers, Google analytics … all the techy blogger info I need at my fingertips), or lists of things I need to remember to take to functions during that week.

Tools4Wisdom Weekly planning pages

The Tools4Wisdom Weekly Planner is helping me make better plans, and better decisions about my reviews, giveaways and posts, as well as keeping me on time for all my personal events (and Twitter parties!). If it can do all this for me, imagine what it can do for you! Tools4Wisdom also has a Mommy Planner which you can preview here. You can also follow Tools4Wisdom on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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Comments

  1. I’m kind of a junkie for planners. I love them, but I never stay consistent with them. I’ll check this one out.

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