Top critical review
on February 12, 2013
This is not a 'planner', it's a pocket calendar. This is a thin, paper, center stapled calendar, just like the little calendars the banks used to give away free. There is no room to write because it is just a small calendar not a planner. There are no spaces to actually plan in this so called planner. Some of the calendar spaces are completely full so you cant even write one word in the space,.. for example.. March 11 has "Eight hours day" "Camberra Day" "Australian Labour day" and "Commonwealth Day" printed in the tiny square so I couldn't even write the ONE tiny word "kindergarten" in the space- my one little appointment I had for that day! AGAIN.. this is NOT a PLANNER by any means and many of the spaces arent even big enough for one word to be written.
I'm very disappointed with the quality of this item. You can get much better planners at the dollar store. I'm surprised Mary Engelbreit would attach her name to such a flimsy product. Honestly, this is something that would be given away free as a promo or shipped off to a dollar store. Im guessing they think the 'case' (a cardboard envelope) that the item came shipped in, makes it worth the money. NO, it does not.