‣ Perpetual daily planner including 7 printable sheets for each day of the week.
‣ Blank box for daily determination.
‣ Blank box for quote of the day.
‣ 5am through 12am hourly blank spaces.
‣ 4 life to do priorities checkboxes.
‣ 4 work to do priorities checkboxes.
‣ Blank spaces for meal & snack tracking.
‣ 4 large bonus free spaces to make your own, to dive deeper into project specifics, decorate with stickers, or add your own custom section!
‣ Blank box for gratitude of the day.
‣ Easily print from your home or office printer.
‣ I recommend printing all 52 weeks at once so you don't have to print again until next year!
‣ For single-sided printing, use 20 lb paper.
‣ For double-sided printing, use 24 lb paper.
‣ If you print double-sided, be sure to select the correct setting on your printer. All printers are different so be sure to test it before you start printing!
‣ Self-print at a FedEx Office, Staples or other office supply location.
‣ Send the file to print online via FedEx and schedule a pick up time.
Once your planner is printed you can select one of the below options to bind it:
‣ Use a gold old fashioned three ring binder. This will require punching holes in all the pages of your printables.
‣ Most office supply stores can punch and bind your planner into a notebook for you.
‣ Use the Discbound system, including discs, hole-puncher, covers and accessories.
‣ MY FAVORITE:
Check out this binding machine.
Yes, DIY your own spiral notebooks! It's so incredibly user-friendly. The possibilities are endless. Stay tuned for a video of how I used this machine to bind my planners!
I was drawn to planning in 2015 when I shattered my knee into 20+ pieces. My life felt entirely out of control while I was stuck on bedrest for 2+ months. I was on so many painkillers I didn't know what day it was. I was so out of sorts I mailed my income tax check twice. (I finally got refunded 2 years later). I knew I had to show up for physical therapy 3 times a week for about 4 hours a day, but everything else was a big overwhelming blur.
Each day that passed I appreciated my health more, and promised to make the most of every single day once I was back on my feet. I made slow & steady progress with the recovery and got off the pain killers around month seven. When my head cleared from the drugs, I went into super-productive mode.
I was making so many notes, trying to organize my post-recovery feelings of wanting to get back in the saddle and conquer everything all at once. I thought, "There must be a way to organize all this ambition on paper!?"
And so I designed a planner to suit my exact needs, and quickly saw results in my organization, productivity, creativity and mindfulness. I was hooked. And officially, I declared myself a #planneraddict.
I now offer the planner as a free download here on my site. I offer it for free because I hope it has as big of impact on your life as it had on mine.
I'll never forget the feeling I had when I sat down with that first planner, because I still have the same feeling every time I sit down to plan. The feeling I feel is infinite possibility.
I hope you can experience that feeling of infinite possibility each time you sit down with the Sisoo planner. Planning has seriously rocked my world --I hope it rocks yours too!