1. LAKWATSERA Piggy Journal
I received this as a Christmas gift from a friend. I find this cute notebook perfect for me because I love to travel and discover new places.It has three other kinds of a journal-like Gastadora (someone who spends too much), Nagpipigil (someone who is controlling herself to spend her money) and Yayaman (someone who wishes to be rich). It has lined pages inside and it doesn’t have dates so I can write anytime. I can’t wait to use it soon!
2. My Personal BUDGET and BILL Organizer (89.75 php)
When I saw this in a Christian Living store, I wanted to buy it. Unfortunately, during that time, I didn’t have enough budgets. Good thing when I came back, there were two copies left. I instantly purchased the organizers for me and my sister. Inside are envelope pages where the front part there is written: Category, Budget, Date, Description and Amount. At the back page, you can insert paper money for a keepsake. It also has bible verses that make you reflect while writing your expenses. This organizer reminds me of what I bought and used from my salary and it helps me to minimize unnecessary purchases.
3. RAKETCHICK WHATDA: A Freelancer’s Sanity and Survival Planner
I won this unique journal from a blogger and though, I am not a freelancer, I’m currently using this for my blog posts and ARC requests. I surprisingly like every bit of this self-help book from Chapter pages, Monthly Run-Through and Sum-Up sections, Project and Budget Tracker, Notes, Doodles and Nuggets, useful tips and even the badass illustration! I’m glad that I owned this wonderful and cool planner!
4. Viviamo’s FOCUS Planner (498php)
Last October, I attended the Belle De Jour’s Launch Weekend where I bought my 2018 planner. I chose the Focus Planner as my main planner for this year because I seriously want to be serious about managing my life, organizing my schedules and a handy journal where I can bring anywhere. The simplicity of the Focus 2018 planner design captivated me. What‘s inside is definitely fit for me like the pages of My Vision, What I Learned This Year, Weekly lay-out and calendar, Monthly Check-up and Notes. I honestly, write every day from small details to the most memorable things! This is new to me and sometimes I even surprise myself. I hope that I can maintain this habit until the end of the year. Let’s wait and see!
How about you? Are you a planner type of person as well? What is/are the planner/s that is you using for 2018?