Giveaway: Personal Planner up for grabs!

I don’t know about you but I’ve got a thing for stationery, that’s stationery with an e for ‘envelope’ not stationary with an a for ‘at a standstill’ (does anyone else get frustrated when these are spelt wrong?) Anyway I digress, at BritMumsLive we were very lucky to be given our very own notepad on the tables at the start of the conference and in the notepads were vouchers for us to order our very own Personal Planner.

It’s all very exciting as firstly you get to select which size planner you want. I chose an A5 sized planner so I could fit all my scribble plans and appointments in. Once that’s decided you get to choose your own front cover (obviously I chose Little Mr to feature on mine) but you can choose to have your own fabulous photo or one of their designs.

Personal Planner Diary Organiser

Inside you can select to personalise the pages with different colours and layout options, I chose a mint green header with 4 little birds with pink lined space for diary entries. On the dated pages you can chose your own modules, I chose a box for ‘to do this week’ and a box for notes but there’s a huge selection. You can also choose to have lined, plain or graph paper at the back of the planner as well as Sudoku, maps or sheets of music!

It’s not just a planner, you also get a mini ruler and a plastic wallet to keep your important bits and pieces handy with an elasticated band to keep it all securely bound together. You can find out more on their Facebook page here.

You lot are lucky so and so’s as I’ve got a fab giveaway of one any sized Personal Planner. All you need to do to enter is leave me a comment below telling me how you currently organise your monthly to do lists, jobs and appointments? Do you use a calendar, a diary, your smart phone? I’d love to know.

Giveaway ends next Friday at 5pm. One winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator and only one entry per person please.

Giveaway winner selected at = No. 68 Sally Rees – well done Sally 


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  1. Fiona says:

    I tend to use Google Calender as it syncs between my phone, tablet and laptop but doesn mean I have to have a gadget to hand and on to check it. Tried using a diary to carry around in my bag but never really got into it.

  2. Kate says:

    Great giveaway. I attempt to be organised, but I’m not great at it. It’s usually notes scribbled down that I put in a safe place to add to my stash of notes/reminders. Needless to say i forget where they are and I Inevitably forget something along the way!
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  3. Victoria Androsova says:

    i dont always trust the phone (especially alarm), so prefer old fashioned method- diary, always handy

  4. Lucy Mayer says:

    My mobile is really basic – the kind of phone that just makes phone calls – so I completely rely on my wall calendar, and loads of daily ‘to do’ lists – which are forever getting misplaced (or scribbled on by children…!) I think a planner is definitely the way forward! :)

  5. sarah broadhurst says:

    for home life I have to have a diary where everything goes, along with the letter etc that correspond. we do have a family calendar on the kitchen wall but no one, except me, update it and so that is not really used except for school dates which are updated as and when newsletters arrive. At work I have an online diary but still prefer my diary which I can write in!

  6. Gemma Lewis says:

    I tend to use my smartphone I have a notes app that allows me to store notes and make to-do lists and use my calendar to put my shift work in. I also love writing lists on scraps of paper.

  7. Melanie says:

    Love this giveaway! We have a shared diary for OH and I on smartphone, but after that I write lists and use masking tape to stick them on the dining room wall! Its all very low tech and messy! x
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  8. Natalie Trice says:

    Love these planners!

    At the moment I use a calendar on the kitchen wall and my head! With my second son starting reception in September I will have even more to plan and remember so this would be a brilliant one stop organising shop x

  9. Leila Hallows says:

    This year I have not been organised at all! Usually I use a diary and family planning calendar – but since Sam’s early arrival I’ve just been higgledy piggledy and relied on scraps of paper pinned to the fridge!

  10. Linzi Brown says:

    I use Evernote and Google calendar and lots and lots of paper lists. Oh and my Mr Men wall planner in the kitchen…yet I still always manage to forget something…Baby Brain!

  11. Emily Anderson says:

    At the moment I have a small Filofax that I have had for years but with a new baby and a fresh start back at the diet club I need more space for planning things ahead and getting organised!

  12. Kelly (Kellit1085) says:

    I love stationery too. I tend to use my phone to record appointments etc as it’s always with me but recently i’ve noticed they disappear after so long & i can’t go back & check things out. I’d love a planner i could design to suit me personally.

  13. Bryher says:

    Another vote for google calendar here…Ben, Charlie and I all have accounts and they all sync to our iPhones and iPad. That’s for our personal lives…at work I have a standard issue Social Services diary and would love something pretty to brighten up my work days!

  14. Justine Bateson says:

    I’m so a stationary geek. I write things in my diary, on the calendar and in my phone (I’m also a tad forgetful) I write lists constantly, shopping lists, to do lists, budget lists etc etc. It’s never ending.

  15. Toni says:

    Fantastic give away..Total organised freak and in addition stationary..
    Use calendars, spreadsheets to try and stay organised…working full time organising a 5 year old child care around school hours and holidays it gets hectic..

  16. Ami says:

    Everything at the minute is scheduled on the pc, but I like to write everything down, make notes etc so this would be perfect!!

  17. Lucy Bishop says:

    I use a Rob Ryan notebook, twinned with my iphone’s notes app – to compile lists, plans, thoughts etc… but would love a more organised system – the planner sounds fab! :-) xxx

  18. Kara says:

    Wow what a fab giveaway, I am terrible and have several planners, a wall one, a filofax, a diary and on my phone, the most up to date is my phone x
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  19. Fauvette says:

    Organise? What is this word? Currently I scribble list on paper, fold and put into my changing bag.. Needless to say I could do with somewhere to write everything x

  20. Snafflesmummy says:

    Use a combination of iPhone and calander on fridge but still seem to be forever forgetting things

  21. Laura says:

    With a 3 yr old nd a baby I could certainly make good use of 1 of these to make sure I never miss their little classes/apps!

  22. Clare Hill says:

    At the minute I have a book that i write lists down in and then use the calendar on my phone for appointments ect. I’d love to have one place to write everything in!

  23. Lucy Robinson says:

    I usually write myself notes. But them sometimes forget where I have left them. X

  24. Lauren Pilkington says:

    i write them on paper and stick to the noticeboard in the kitchen. my problem i forgetting to check the noticeboard!

  25. Barbara Bunning says:

    I have just started using my calender on my phone, but think I am going to switch back to the written way as take ages to make an entry and find them! This planner would be great!

  26. Phil Canning says:

    A sheet of paper and a pen and hope that I can get the tasks for the day completed before I run out of paper!

  27. Rachael Cole says:

    This is an amazing idea! I am currently studying to be a producer and LOVE organising, I have wall charts and about 4 diaries but this sounds perfect to combine everything, very cute aswell! I’m also on weightloss journey so I have another journal for counting points and meal planning! Love your blog, keep up the great work! Xx

  28. Jayne B says:

    I’ve got a wall planner in the kitchen but sometimes I jot ‘to dos’ on the back of an old used envelope

  29. laura says:

    I’m a prolific list maker! currently I have them all on scraps of paper, itd be good to be able to have them all in one place!

  30. Caroline H says:

    I still rely on my diary, a notebook and lots of reminders on a big kitchen noticeboard.

  31. Bex allum says:

    I use my diary to write everything in and occasionally set reminders in my phone

  32. Natalie Phillips says:

    I use a mixture of google calender for longer term things and pen & paper for the week ahead.

  33. Rebecca Crombleholme says:

    I tend to rely on just my memory, but it’s getting a bit muddled lately :-/

  34. Christine Constable says:

    I write notes on the backs of envelopes, and then lose the envelope! Or I try to remember everything and inevitably forget something. I guess that I really need a personal planner to get myself properly organized.

  35. Tammy Tudor says:

    I currently use my calender but it never works, I’m always forgetting things!

  36. Kirsty Norton says:

    I currently scribble reminders down in a notebook…which is fine but it takes forever to find the correct page and is a nightmare if I leave it anywhere! Would love to be more organised.

  37. ValB says:

    Calendar for appointments, birthdays etc, weekly ‘To Do’ sheets of paper, and post-it notes for anything needing urgent attention

  38. melanie davis says:

    I use a daily planner with a page for each day as well as a monthly desk calendar. I’m a teacher so I have to be organised :)

  39. Rahela Uddin says:

    I write lists and notes and promptly lose them all. I tried to keep a diary but have no idea where it is at the moment, lol

  40. Karen R says:

    I depend on my iphone, but get all my work stuff mixed up with the personal stuff

  41. HANNAH SMITH says:

    Organisation is not my strong point. I tend to scribble notes on the back of receipts etc and then can’t find them! I would love to win this!!

  42. Katie W says:

    I mainly use a dairy i take almost everywhere with me and an outlook calendar for work

  43. Terri says:

    Great giveaway! I love your cover photo, such a gorgeous boy.

    I use my iPhone calendar to quickly note things times etc before I forget… though I recently had to reset it back to factory settings and didn’t get to save a back up – NIGHTMARE. So have started adding post-it notes everywhere I go haha.


  44. kristy brown says:

    I use my works google calendar as I work from home so then my boss also tends to know where I am if she needs me (ie can she ring or am I at an appointment) but I also have to schedule around my hubbies job which means my phone is used and then the kids always have something on so there tends to be post its near the kettle!

  45. Karen Barrett says:

    Calendar, diary, smartphone, back of an asda receipt, post it notes, pad next to my bed, notes under fridge magnets, basically not very organised! :o)

  46. nichola says:

    everything tends to be stuck on the fridge or wrote on the notepad which I check daily…90% chance it will get done!

  47. Lorna says:

    I usually use my phone, which is fine for appointments, but my never ending to-do list is rediculous and taking over now, especially with a 3 month old baby and a house half way through renovation! I do love a nice diary though x

  48. Claire Norman says:

    I use a good old fashioned diary – my life is contained in it! It has all my day to day stuff plus addresses, birthday lists and cryptic clues in case I ever forget any passwords!

  49. esther james says:

    I would be lost without my email calendar in work. At home I rely on notes put on the fridge!

  50. Jess brass says:

    I put everything on my apple iPhone- I have a shopping app, a to do list app and a reminder app… I still forget stuff though, reckon I need a personal planner as well!

  51. Jenny Eaves says:

    I use a wall calendar for important dates and then keep the rest in my head, which doesn’t work so well now I have two kids! :)

  52. Lindsey Kelsall says:

    Ooh stationery *breathes in and out of paper bag* I love it too.
    I ‘organise’ myself with all of the above! I’d love to be able to use my iPhone more as it seems such a good tool but I don’t think you can beat a pen and paper for getting things down, I have lists on the fridge, in notebooks on post it’s, on my phone, in my head, I’ll tell others to remind me etc etc.
    my stationery love affair has passed onto my boys too as they love a new notebook and have two gorgeous blank one ready and waiting for their holiday.
    I’ve even bought them just to admire!!!

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