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Best Planner for 2018

By Jessicavenoy @lovelyjesscuh
Hi friends!
If you know me AT ALL you know that one of my love languages is organization (along with coffee). I have been through tons and tons of planners in search of the perfect one. I finally found one that I liked and it ended up being discontinued - cue the sad music.
BUT I was able to find one that was similar in setup and dare I say - EVEN BETTER than the other one.
Enter Horacio Printing:
Best Planner for 2018
See how it has a weekly to-do list (with check boxes, y'all!) on one side and a weekly layout on the other? My holy grail planner set up.
I also LOVE the Bible verse at the top of each page and the dot grid on the weekly side (it is very faint and helps keep my writing straight). It's the little details like this that make the planner stunning AND functional.
There is a little blush colored pocket on the inside cover (GORGE), an elastic strap, and the outside is...wait for it:
Best Planner for 2018
WHITE MARBLE (another one of my love languages). There is also a black marble option as well as a vertical spread option.
This is the first planner I've ever had that I actually use the life planning pages at the beginning and the end. There are spreads to plan 2018 dreams and goals, a bucket list, heart check sections, generosity planning areas, projects, etc.
They are actually purposeful and evoke thought. I can't rave about them enough!Oh, and ink from my felt tip pens don't bleed through the pages - PLANNER WIN!
I shared how I use this planner for school on my speech blog. If you're interested in reading that you can find the post here.
What planner are you using for 2018? Have you used the Horacio Printing planner before?

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