Personal Planner Review & Competition

Sunday, 20 October 2013

Way back in June when I was lucky enough to attend Britmums Live, I was sat in my first ever blogging conference and have to say I felt a bit overwhelmed as it was all so new to me. Sometimes through some of the talks and speeches I felt a bit lost and sat with a lovely notebook that had been there waiting for me when I arrived at the table. Each blogger that attended received one, it was a lovely notebook and I found myself doodling in it while I felt like I should have been taking notes! It didn't go to waste though, I did at a few points make notes in it and have been using it regularly since to write down all my important blogging related notes. I use it to tell me what deadlines I have set myself for reviews. I also use it to write about products I've received before I start writing the reviews.


Since Britmums, I received an email from the team at Personal Planner who gave me a code for a free Personal Planner and asked me to run a competition for them too. They didn't ask me to even write a review but I thought I would let you all know what I think of the product anyway.

I found the website very easy to navigate. The hardest part was choosing which size planner! In the end I chose large as I thought it would be the perfect size for my change bag and perfect shape for my favourite family photo to be used on the front. The planner is also available in small, medium and A5. I went for a pink colour scheme inside to brighten it up and was very happy with the amount of choice colour and theme wise. You get complete control of how you want it setting out, whether you want lines or big open boxes. I went for half and half. There are a number of blank pages at the back and you can choose from a long list of choices of what you use them for. Me being a big kid decided on colouring pages! yes I have colouring-in pages in my diary! So if I'm ever stuck somewhere boring pretending to take notes I can just sit and colour and look busy. Genius!

 

I am very pleased with my personal planner and although i've set it to start in January I have already been adding next years important dates inside and can already promise you now that next year I will be purchasing a personal planner for 2015! You can see more about the Personal Planner's at www.personal-planner.co.uk

The lovely team at Personal Planner have been kind enough to offer one of my lucky readers a gift voucher for a free (any size) personal planner/notebook to use on their website all you have to do for your chance to win is enter via the rafflecopter form below. Good Luck!

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Open to UK only. The competition will end 17/11/2013 at 12am. The blog owner will choose the winner through the rafflecopter form (which uses random.org) The winner will be notified by email and displayed on the widget. The winner will then have 10 days to claim their prize. If the winner hasn't claimed their prize after 10 days another winner will be drawn. No alternative prize will be offered.

Disclaimer
I received the item in this review as a gift for attending Britmums Live. All opinions are my own.

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63 comments

  1. Oh I have admired this personal planner for ages they are fabulous. Gorgeous that they can be personalised. Fab comp x

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  2. it would be febuary but only on a leap yr

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  3. It would be on my Mum's birthday - she deserves a holiday in her honour :o)

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  4. Something to break up the long slog between Aug & Christmas Eg bonfire night.

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  5. Maybe a Halloween bank holiday? Something to break up the last part of the year!

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  6. my birthday)) or my baby's birthday)

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  7. Something in November, called Christmas shopping day!!

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  8. National Chocolate Day, everyone would have the day off to savour the gorgeous chocolate!

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  9. Something in July as its half way through the year.

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  10. An extra day right before the kids go back to school, I always want the holidays to last longer x

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  11. I would add another after Boxing day - to give busy and exhausted mum's an extra day's rest! No sales, no shops - everything should be closed until the 28th!

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  12. National Official Mothers day off (NOMDO) last Monday in November purely because from the end of august to after Christmas there are no more back holidays @ZoeRoxby

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    1. bank holiday i meant @ZoeRoxby

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  13. My kids birthdays (or mine)!

    Ashleigh

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  14. My extra bank holiday would be February 29th, my Birthday. Trouble is it only comes round every 4 years. Sorry everyone :(

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  15. I'd have a bank holiday on the Monday closest to Valentine's Day - not because I'm terribly romantic but because, after Christmas and New Year, it's a long haul through winter until Easter.

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  16. I would choose the day before Christmas Eve. Then I could get all the jobs done and spend Christmas Eve with the family. Getting the little ones mega excited.

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  17. I would have St Davids day as a bank holiday,

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  18. It would be a day between August and December - there's no hols then and it's way too long!

    I love the look of these planners!

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  19. mothers day should be a bank holiday

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  20. November - celebrate winter day!

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  21. I'd have November 5th - mainly because it would be a good time of year to have a day off

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  22. one in December before Christmas :)

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  23. bumblebee_93@hotmail.co.uk

    any day the sun shines

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  24. I'd have an extra day the week before Christmas.

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  25. an extra day in the run up to xmas would be useful

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  26. I'd add 16 August , that's my birthday!

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  27. Everyone should have a bank holiday on their birthday

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  28. 11th August, my monsters birthday! :-)

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  29. It would be my little munchkins birthday! :-)

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  30. 15th October my sons birthday then my partner could have the day off work.

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  31. My kids birthdays.

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  32. beginning of aug, an extra day off in the sun....or rain!

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  33. I think I would like to add it onto Boxing Day Nicola Wilkinson

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  34. Would have to be a Winter Bank Hols! - Rowena B

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  35. I'd add an extra one in June and hope that every few years it would give me a long weekend for my wedding anniversary!

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  36. an "Everyone cheer up" day. Mid January to get over the anti climax after Christmas

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  37. id have one in nov for Christmas shopping

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  38. It would definitely be something between the end of August and Christmas- that can feel like a long time!

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  39. National Daughter Day, because I love mine so much!

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  40. i would make it a national pj day , but the kids shouldnt get it ;) )

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  41. A National Duvet day in February when the xmas glow has worn off and it's dark, wet and cold.

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  42. I thkni 1 at the end of October would be nice, to break up the weeks from the August Bank Holiday and Christmas :)

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  43. Mid-summer's day so you can really enjoy the longest day of the year.

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