Erin Condren 2020 LifePlanner Review

Hi everyone,

Happy 2020! As much as I enjoyed the break, I’m happy to be back and today I’m going to be going through the 2020 Erin Condren LifePlanner. I started using the LifePlanner last year and it absolutely changed the game for me, so getting one for this year was a no brainer. So the one that I got is the Starry Sky in Ivory and Gray with a vertical layout and colorful theme inside. I also personalized it with my first and middle name on the front.



Along with the little ruler that’s attached to the front of the planner you also get a hexagon box label, gift labels, compliment cards, friends and family discount cards and a kaleidoscope storage box. I’m currently using the box and I’ve given out the friends and family discount cards. You also get a perpetual calendar.




On to the planner itself, when you first open it you’re met with a quote across two pages on a kaleidoscope background that says ‘Success means having the courage to become the person you believe you were meant to be’.


The next page is an overview of the last six months of 2019 and all of 2020.


After that you have 12 boxes, 6 per page, on one side of the page it says ‘New beginning, new mindset, new focus’ and on the other ‘New start, new intentions, new results’. I like to assign each box to a month.


At the start of each month there is a new quote and the one for January says ‘Passion and purpose give you progress’.


On the back of the quote page there is a section to use however and on the page next to it there is a layout that says the month on top, there is a box for monthly goals, birthdays, another for whatever you choose and at the bottom there’s a dot grid section.


Once you turn that page you get the month all laid out with a notes section of the far right.


Then you get the month broken down by week with each day getting three sections and a small notes section at the bottom.


At the back of the planner, right after December, you get a notes section of four lined pages.


Next to that is four dot grid pages.


You then get two coloring pages with unique patterns.


After the coloring pages is a page of 12 multicolored hexagons and next to that is a contacts page.


The last pages are an overview of 2021 with spaces for notes/goals at the bottom.


Then you have 5 pages of various stickers.


And lastly you have kaleidoscope folder pockets and I appreciate that each side of the pocket is the same depth.


That about wraps it up for this post, you guys know that planners are my favorite but I’d love to know if you guys are planner people or if you prefer another method.

Until next time, happy planning and here’s to a great 2020 :).


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