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me & my BIG ideas Create 365 The Happy Planner, Live Loud, Jul 2017 - Dec 2018
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- This 18-month planner is dated from July 2017 - December 2018 and is filled with creative and inspirational Artwork to help make you a Happy planner
- The Happy planner is an expandable, disc-bound planner system that combines your love for creativity with your need for organization
- Features sturdy, laminated covers; laminated tabs; some dividers treated with foil; 2017-18 year-at-a-glance calendar pages; and unique monthly and Weekly layouts
- Planner dimensions for covers are 7.75-Inches by 9.75-Inches
- Planner dimensions for pages are 7-inches by 9.25-Inches
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This 18-month planner is dated from July 2017 - December 2018 and is filled with creative and inspirational artwork to help make you a happy planner! the happy planner is an expandable, disc-bound planner system that combines your love for creativity with your need for organization. Plan a happy life. Each 18 month planner features: sturdy, laminated covers; laminated tabs; some dividers treated with foil; 2017-18 year-at-a-glance calendar pages; and unique monthly and Weekly layouts. Planner dimensions for covers are 7.75-Inches by 9.75-Inches and for pages are 7-inches by 9.25-Inches.
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One thing to note, if you aren't totally familiar with the Happy Planner, each of the 5 cover designs has a different design inside, so I recommend doing a Google search for "Happy Planner insides" and you'll find a short video detailing the inside view of each. You'll really want to make your choice based on the inner design rather than the outer, since you can switch the covers but it's the inside you're committing to until the end of 2016. 😊
It features monthly spreads with a column for notes. The weekly spreads feature three vertical boxes per day covering the morning, afternoon, and evening. I know some people cover these with washi tape or stickers to customize, but those categories do not bother me. The bottom of each page either has faux washi tape or an inspirational quote.
The paper quality is thicker than printer paper with minimal bleed from highly pigmented pens. Each month has a different color scheme and design on the divider page.
I've never owned an arc-based notebook but I can certainly see the appeal after holding this in my hands. It allows you the customization of a three-ring binder or A5 six-ring planner with the ease of a spiral-bound notebook. You can either use a compatible hole puncher or a single hole punch with scissors to insert pages into the planner. With a pinch, they're easy to take out, too.
This is an excellent and affordable alternative to the ever-popular Erin Condren planners.
First of all, I got it for five dollars on blitsy. I wanted to try it out cheaply before I invested in the new ones coming out. The first thing I noticed is that the front cover has really snazzy metallic gold dots all over. However, the back cover not only does not have metallic dots, but the the dots themselves look sort of wrinkled and crumbly. The paper itself is fine, it just has a weird texture that looked like a close up shot of old wood with a gold-ish color.
The cover seems very sturdy. I took it off the rings and put it back on a few times and it doesn't seem like it is going to tear. The rings also seem sturdy. I wasn't sure if the pages turning would be difficult with the disc system. I haven't found that to be the case. The front and back cover is nice quality lamination. The divider pages are un-laminated light-weight cardstock. The other pages are thick paper (thicker than your generic printer paper - much thinner than cardstock). The tabs themselves are laminated, but not the entire page. I am happy with the quality of the pages over-all. I did notice that all of the 'metallic' details inside the planner were just printed and were not actually foil. I DO know that the new happy planners coming out in March have plenty of foil in many different colors. I think they took the feedback from this planner and the other ones that came out at the same time and quickly fixed it with this year's options.
For general planning, I don't mind the smaller size. However, for school planning (or if you plan a lot of things at once) it really is a planner that is on the smaller side. I plan to try the new 8.5x11 planner that is coming out in March. I am hoping that it sells well enough that they start selling the larger versions in more options and start selling the accessories for it. I think this will make a great memory planner or as a dedicated planner for 1 or 2 categories, like meal planning, exercising, and/or chores around the house.
As for accessories I thought I should mention that the sticky note pad, the folders, and the cards with sayings on them that I bought separately do seem to be a little flimsier when they snap on to the rings. They bend a bit and seem to be of cheaper quality than the pages in the planner itself. I do not know if the new ones coming out are sturdier.
The sticky pad (top) and a planner page (bottom) showing the extra bending of the sticky pad's paper in comparison (it's hard to tell in the picture, but the difference is easy to see in person)
November's dashboard showing the 'metallic look' of the inner pages (not bad at all, just not metallic)
Showing the difference between the front, metallic cover (R) and the back, 'metallic look' cover (L)