Tools4Wisdom-Hardcover-Owl-April2020-2021-Planner-Review-Closetsamples.png
Closetsamples-Subscribe-Bar-Oct2019.png
 
I am a planner junkie! Seriously. Don't ask me why, but I love a good planner. So I instantly fell in love with the Tools4Wisdom 8.5x11 Hardcover Owl April 2020-2021 Planner
 
As seen in Forbes & already trusted by customers working at MIT, Google, Bank of America, and Sony - plus 70,000 annual customers including parents, teachers, students, authors, bloggers as well as working women and business executives. 
 
Deep within our subconscious lies a treasure of wisdom with a wealth of creative ideas waiting to be discovered. Planning while asking the right questions is the key to unlocking this treasure as we connect with our higher self. 
 
Tools4Wisdom-Hardcover-Owl-April2020-2021-Planner-Review-Closetsamples-2.png
 
As a homeschooling mom and a blogger, a planner is extremely important for me. I have deadlines and schedules to keep up with so I prefer the full-sized planner as to the compact-sized ones and the Tools4Wisdom planner has been my "go-to" planner for those needs.
 
Unlike a typical yearly planner, Tools4Wisdom starts the planners when you purchase them so you actually get a full year of use out of them. On top of that, they`re very nice quality. This isn't my first time trying this planner either. One thing I can note is they have improved over the years. Since I last tried them in 2018, their paper has gotten thicker which means it is safer to use markers or highlighters on the page without it bleeding through (unless you color excessively, of course). Of course, for me, I prefer to personally use planner stickers, that you can find at craft stores, to decorate mine and make task boxes and such as I need them as the year goes on. It colors up the pages without overdoing it.
 
What I love about this planner is the detailed yearly, monthly, weekly and daily goals that you can prioritize and even break down into doable steps with target completion dates. It has a monthly layout as well as weekly. The weekly pages allow me to plan my day in hour increments from 5-10 (previously it was from 7-8 so more time slots have been added). I love the priorities boxes at the bottom of each day because I am very much a list girl who needs to check things off as I go and I will never remember anything if I don`t write it down. 
  • Calendar
  • Goals Diary
  • Daily Planner
  • Weekly Planner
  • Monthly Planner
  • Yearly Goals Planner
  • Appointment Book
  • Priorities Organizer
  • Gratitude Journal
  • Hourly Schedule
  • Budget Planner
 
Some updates I am enjoying to my planner from the last time I tried it is that the monthly tabs are thicker and more durable. Previously they seemed to bend a little too easily or rip. These have definitely improved. Also, the planner uses a single spiral binding rather than the double type. This seems sturdier and more durable. Plus, you can add random things to it (like those accessories you might find down the planner/crafting aisle)!
 
The only downside is how heavy the planner is, but that is because this is the bigger sized, hardcover planner with 15 months worth of planning pages to it! So what do you expect?! 
 
Overall, I honestly am in love with the Tools4Wisdom brand. Their quality and style has been consistent over the years and has only improved. There are many different planner styles to choose from as far as the cover design goes so choose one that fits your personality! I went with the owl this time!
 
Buy Now ClosetSamples Button