Wife, Mummy, Nurse: Tools4Wisdom Weekly Planner {Review}

15 April 2014

Tools4Wisdom Weekly Planner {Review}

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. 

Even with computers, tablets, and smart phones, I still prefer planners that I can write in and create lists where I can cross something out and get some satisfaction out of doing so. Recently, I have been trying to be more goal oriented because I have many projects I want to accomplish before giving birth.

If you are like me and are looking for a goal oriented planner, then you need to check out Tools4Wisdom Weekly Planner. Some of the planner features include:

  • Spiral bound
  • Weekly mom planner
  • Goal sections: Yearly and Monthly
  • Weekly planning sections
  • Journal pages
  • 1 year unconditional money-back guarantee

My thoughts: 

What I liked:
That it's spiral bound, which allows it to lay flat and me to use it like a notebook.
The goal sections, since I'm very much a to-do list person and enjoy checking off items.
The plastic covering on the front and back, which helps keep it nice and allows me greater freedom to drink my coffee around the planner.

What I hope they add/change: 
I wish they had the date {year} on the cover of the planner; I usually save planners for a few years and like to look back on years past.
For 2015, it would be helpful if major holidays were added;
I confess to having NO idea when Easter is since it's not on the calendar.
Increase the spacing between the 30 minute slots; at times I was pressed for room.
Add a section for addresses/telephone numbers.
Add a section every week that is blank; sometimes I have not needed all the various sections the way they're organized, so I do my own thing with the calendar. But if you're Type A and everything needs to be just so, this may be more of a deal breaker for you.

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  1. I'm a fan of planners too. I know everyone uses their smartphones nowadays, but I still like to write out my lists! That looks like a great weekly planner.

  2. I know what you mean. In theory it would be nice to organize on the computer, but I prefer to have a physical copy of something myself.

  3. Sounds Like A Great Planner I Could Really Use One Of These Thank You For Sharing Great Review!