They’re finally here! I’ve been working on these for months (and months if you include when I first designed the Now Planner!). Now there are journals (which you can use in half letter Traveler’s Notebooks covers or Midori covers), as well as the planners.
Why is the Now Planner the best planner?
I realize I’m tooting my own horn, but I used the old version all year and spent a good portion of 2017 improving it. It’s definitely not for everyone (no planner is these days), but if you’re all about someone finally giving you permission to work through your goals, and you always have ideas and thoughts you write down on random pieces of paper or in different apps on your phone, this planner may be your best bet.
Here are some of the specs of the best planner for 2018 (yep, still horn tooting):
- Full week layout. Perfect for the visual planner. No more having to flip back and forth or squeezing weekend plans into the tiny space provided.
- Longer days: 6am to 10pm. Because more of our days start before 8am and end after 6pm.
- Weekly to-do lists. So you can work through a reasonable list of tasks through out the week instead of a monstrous list every single day. You can pick what matters and forget the rest.
- Meal planning. Not just what you’ll have for dinner every night, but the meal prep you have to do, and the grocery list for it.
- Monthly goal sheets. Watch your progress, figure out how to actually complete your monthly goals and how they line up with your yearly vision.
- Guided vision worksheets. No more wishy-washy good intentions about your life. Actually figure out what’s important and where you want to go with your life, and then break it down into actionable steps over five years and one year.
- Quarterly check-ins. Because even though you’ll always have your goals with you, you still tend to forget about them.
- Two-month layout. New from last year. More space to visualize your month.
- Worksheets and planning pages galore. With a new designed budget page and project planning pages, you’re on your way to success.
- Access to the Find Your Vision ebook for free. This little ebook originally sat within the Now Planner pages, but it left to make way for more goal setting. However, the content is still valuable and will come free with the purchase of a Now Planner.
How about the other journals?
Prayer Journal: 6 month undated journal to record prayers and scripture.
Gratitude Journal: 120 days of easy-to-record gratitude.
Fitness Log: 90 day goals for your fitness and nutrition.
Social Media Planner: Pay for automation or don’t, but sometimes it’s easier to get everything down on paper as you plan and strategize.
The Words on Paper Dreamer’s Toolkit is:
Affordable. We use printers in the United States and simplify back to basics.
Simple. We don’t always have time for a bullet journal layout. This one is built with both the dreamer and the doer – who both want to get to what’s important – in mind.
Beautiful. Pretty layouts. Lovely design.
Easy for Travel. Big enough for writing and planning, but small enough to throw in your laptop case or a large Midori cover.
Your Tool for Getting Things Done. Gone are the days of wishful thinking, losing track of projects, and quitting too soon. All Dreamer’s Toolkit products exist to get you started on what you were meant to do.
That’s why I love them so much. You can find them here.