I switched because:
a) the tiny Hobonichi (A6) was so cute but I couldn’t stand how small the weekly views were
b) the separate weekly insert was a good idea in theory but so annoying in practice
c) a new planner is clearly going to solve all of my life’s problems during this difficult stage!
The above is an Erin Condren LifePlanner (2018) that I bought on clearance – 50% off. I ripped January through March out of the spiral binding. It is almost offensively pretty but at the same time very functional. I have no idea what all of the sudden made me feel overwhelmed by my previous system but . . . there you go!
I’m sure I will be back to the gorgeous Hobonichi products in the future, but probably not the A6 (Cousin only!).
Nothing like starting out a new week with a fresh planner, empty inboxes (FINALLLLYYYYY after being very behind in all realms for quite some time), and a 5.5 hr sleep stretch from G (7:30p – 1a – unfortunately I only was asleep for about 3 of those)**.
* This is actually my first true PlannerFail I’ve had in quite some time. Usually I can at least get through the year!
** Yes at 4.5 months old a ‘good’ night = sleeping 7:30 – 1, then up again at 3:30 and I hear her making noise now (not crying) at 5:48 but I am currently ignoring it. Oy.