So of course I didn’t need another planner. But when has that ever stopped me?
I don’t even know how I came across this planner but I knew when I saw it, I had to have it. I ended up ordering it direct from Invite.L which is a Korean stationery brand that seems to specialise in clean, beautiful, practical stationery.
I’m being good and saving it for next year but couldn’t resist taking you on a quick tour (as no doubt I’ll end up setting it up waaay before the end of the year) before I fill it with stuff.
Like I said, this brand is clean but pretty. The front cover is a very pale pink, which you only just make out from the picture.
The monthly pages are just as pretty and I love the todo list section down the left hand side so I can designate weekly tasks (much like I do now in my Livework Planner). A bonus to this is the fact that it starts on a Sunday which kind of makes this ideal for work (our weeks start on a Sunday).
After the month page you the go into five pages of weekly plans. This is a great set up – one side for the days of the week and a mini todo list for each day and the right hand side is free for notes etc. Again, I love the grid pages and the boxes for the free notes section. This set up definitely reminds me of the Inkwellpress planner which I desperately want but they don’t ship to the UK yet!
Then after the diary comes about ten pages of notes, again in a cute design.
Finally in the back is a page for personal details and an envelope which is a nice touch and sometimes forgotten about in bound planners.
I love this planner. I’m itching to get using it! I can’t imagine this will be the only planner I buy before the end of the year but this will definitely be top of the list for use next year!
What do you think? Isn’t it beautiful?