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Friday, July 19




I know Erin Condren Planners are nothing new in the blog world.  I heard about Erin Condren Life Planners through a blogger I used to follow.  She was hosting a giveaway if I recall correctly.  Naturally I didn't win.  But I still wanted one.  I went online and browsed the many design options, watched the video tour, and then stopped trying to talk myself into it.  I bought one.

The two week period I spent waiting for my planner to arrive was literally hell.  I checked my email every day looking for that shipping notification.  I entered my tracking number into the USPS website multiple times a day hoping for a status update.  That was three years ago.

Then one day I came home to a package on the front porch and I swear a chorus of angels was singing.

Fast forward to this June, I received my newest planner and as predicted, I am in love.

I will always be an advocate for paper planners, the same way I refuse to believe books will one day be entirely electronic.  There is something wonderful about writing down notes, appointments, lists, and events.  Something you can't duplicate on a phone.  Some of you might remember that time I bought a Filofax.  I used that until I found Erin Condren, and will always have a physical planner for my life.

My favorite things about the planner are my customized stickers.

I have personalized photo stickers and label stickers.  Some of the labels are normal things, like appointments and birthdays, but some of them say things like, "go on an adventure," "be happy today," and "don't forget!"

The point is, these planners are fabulous and Erin Condren is a great company with wonderful customer service and you should order one.  And they didn't even pay me to say this!

4 comments:

  1. Catherine BaileyFriday, July 19, 2013

    I SOOOOOO want one of these but I haven't been able to commit! I am afriad I will pick it out and then decide I want something different or additional. One day soon I'm going to get over myself and just order one because they look simply fabulous!

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  2. You just need to bite the bullet and get one! Totally worth it.

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  3. Brilliant, exactly what I have been looking for! Thanks a butt load, Anna! I am totally on your side when it comes to paper being tops. Even in regards to reading books, I cannot bring myself to buy a Kindle or e-Reader. There is just something beautiful about being able to turn the papers and smell the paper. I find that if I physically write things down, I retain the information better too. All my notes for uni are handwritten!


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  4. We are totally on the same page! I always hand-wrote my notes for college, nothing replaces ink and paper!

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