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2019 TF Publishing Planner Review

Everyone needs a planner- students, parents, teachers... whoever.

There are so many on the market- how can you choose the right one? We're here to help! Check out these 2019-2020 planners offered by TF Publishing!

1. Not So Predictable Navy Medium Academic Year Weekly/Monthly Planner

$14.99 / 6.5 x 8 in. 

We love the overall theme of this planner- it's super inspiring!

Pros:

  • Inspiring quotes for each month and week
  • Clean and simple design
  • Space to plan monthly goals, tasks, etc.
  • Blank lined pages for notes

Cons:

  • Thinner paper- some pens may bleed through
  • Weekly spaces are unlined (this is based on personal preference)

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2. Marble Medium Academic Year Weekly/Monthly Planner

$14.99 / 6.5 x 8 in

This planner is so colorful- and we're here for it!

Pros:

  • Habit tracker for each week
  • Colorful and fun design
  • Space for monthly and weekly priorities, tasks, etc.
  • Blank lined pages for notes

Cons:

  • Thinner paper- some pens may bleed through
  • Weekly spaces are unlined (again, this is based on personal preference)

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3. Hey Buddy the Narwahl (the Unicorn of the Sea) Medium Academic Year Weekly/Monthly Planner

$14.99 / 6.5 x 8 in.

 

So... we're officially in love with Buddy the Narwahl. That's all.

Pros:

  • Habit tracker for each week
  • Colorful  design
  • Space for monthly tasks and highlights
  • Blank lined pages for notes

Cons:

  • Thinner paper- some pens may bleed through
  • Instead of lined pages, there are dotted pages (personal preference- some people may love this!)

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4. Black Cactus Large Academic Year Weekly/Monthly Planner

$16.99 / 9 x 11 in.

 

If you need LOTS of space to write- this is the planner for you.

Pros:

  • Habit tracker for each week
  • Lots of space for weekly planning and list-making
  • Lots of space for monthly planning and list-making
  • Blank lined pages for notes

Cons:

  • Thinner paper- some pens may bleed through
  • Not quite as portable as the medium-sized planners

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