I receive products in the mail every week to review. Obviously I don’t get around to reviewing all of them – or even the majority of them! So these days I’m really focused on making sure that the products I do review are ones that are really worthwhile. (Also there are some products that I should review that I received ages ago and haven’t gotten around to yet. Some day!).
All of this means that if I’m reviewing a product twice, that’s a pretty big deal. I think that this is the first product I’ll have ever reviewed twice, in fact. The product is the Plan 2 Bee personal planner/organizer.
You can read my last article about it by clicking on the link below:
Last time I reviewed it was in December, before I’d been able to actually use the planner, since it starts on December 26, 2011 and ends on January 6, 2013. But now I’ve had a chance to use it – and I love it! I carry it around with me everywhere I go and I’m writing in it every couple hours and referring to it constantly. I’d be kind of lost without it, to be honest.
In the planner I write down all of my meetings and the things I need to do each day, as well as the time I wake up at (and the times I wake up at during the middle of the night), the time I go to bed at, the food I eat and the time I eat it, how energized I feel on a scale of 0 to 4, the exercise I fit in and my goals for the week. I’m using a really big paperclip to mark my page (thanks for the tip, Mary Anne!) and I’ve also folded over the corner of the pages that include a whole-month calendar.
If you like having everything written out and to stay organized, or if you feel like you need to be better organized, or if you’re always on the go with lots of things to keep track of, this planner is a really great option. I strongly encourage you purchase it! This is one of the very rare times that I’ll tell you to go out and buy something, but I think that this planner is awesome. Also, I feel like there are often products, services and organizations that I really strongly admire, but I often have the bad habit of not helping to support them further. I think it’s really important that we do support the things that we love so that they will feel awesome and so that they’ll continue making great products!
Click on the link below to find out more about the planner and to purchase it for $20:
Pay it forward! What product, service or organization do you absolutely love but don’t often give a shout-out to? Share in the comments section below!