For as long as I can remember, I have always been entirely reliant on a planner for organizing my life. However, I could never understand the hype of the more expensive planners (Kate Spade, Erin Condren, Lily Pulitzer etc.) because I just couldn’t wrap my head around spending a significant amount of money on a planner. However this Spring in our Her Campus Surivival Kits, I as greeted with an Erin Condron planner and an overhwelming urge to try one. Not only was I pleasantly surprised, I have officially converted to the Erin Condron lifestyle for a number of reasons.
1. Their Layout: One of my biggest reservations about the Erin Condren planners was their layout in relation to my chaotic schedule. My Erin Condren planner is well equipped to meet both my busy work and school schedules. Since, I write with my left-hand, I struggle to find planners in which I can write in comfortably. Fortunately, I have finally met my planner match and I’m never going back.
2. Their Durability: Typically, I buy two sepearate Walmart or Target 8.5 X 11 inch planners and utilize them to the point of exhaustion. Additionally, one of my biggest concerns when buying a planner with wired rings is that the pages will fall out within a week (bescuase typically they do). I’ve been using my planner for over a month and it has sutained no daange, having been contantly tossed from my backpack to my purse and back and forth.
3. Their Positivity & Colorful Nature: Sometimes you just need a positive message or word of encouragement, and with Erin Condren positivity is constantly at your fingertips. Even on a rainy miserable day, my planner is colorful and apt at changing my mood.
4. Their Ability to Make My Life Seem Organized: I can not stress enough how important being organized has become in my daily life. Erin Condren planners are both stylish, functional and oddly life-changing in that despite how messy my life actually is, I feel very much in control and organized with my planner in hand.
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