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Last week, my favorite planner company released their 2018 planners. 2017 was the first year I used an Inkwell Press planner, and I was so happy with it I will be using their planner again next year.
The most exciting news about their release was their first coil-free version! I love a coil-free planner. They’re easier to tote around, and you don’t have to worry about coils getting bent. Since my planner goes wherever I go, I immediately knew the coil-free option Inkwell Press planner would be perfect for me. In case you’re in the market for a new planner for 2018, I wanted to share the interior of this planner.
This planner is $44 and is 9 in x 7 in. Each month has a month view, a mission board, a focus page, weekly pages, and a notes section. The additional sections include yearly views, important dates, project tracker, trip planner, bill tracking, yearly goals, and quarterly goals.
The Inkwell Press planner cover is debossed and looks like a gorgeous wood grain.
The first page of the Inkwell Press planner has a link to the helpful set up videos that Tonya offers.
This important dates section is where I keep track of birthdays and special celebrations.
Next on the Inkwell Press planner, we have the goals pages. The page on the left has your goals divided into categories. The page on the right helps you divide them into quarterly goals.
Next is the year view for 2018 and a quote from Emily Dickinson.
This the month view for January. After that is the mission board, focus page, weekly views, and notes page. Each month has the same layout. The color schemes rotate throughout the year. I love the colors in the Inkwell Press planners. They’re very calming!
After December, there are gift list pages, trip planners, project planning, bill tracker, notes pages, and a 2019 calendar.
Have you purchased your 2018 Inkwell Press planner yet? I love being able to buy mine in advance of the new year, but I really want to use it now! If you’ve never checked out Inkwell Press, I highly recommend their planners.