I’m a little picky when it comes to planners, I think it’s the reason why I love the bullet journal so much because you can set it up exactly how you want it. I love my bullet journal, especially the way I currently have it set up, but that takes time which I don’t always have. So I decided to do a little research into undated planners and eventually came across this Seize The Day planner by Iconic.
Iconic make two different versions of this planner, you can get the daily planner which has 12 undated monthly pages and 120 undated daily pages. Or you can get the version I have which has 12 monthly and 52 weekly pages. I think the thing I like most about this planner is it’s really simple, you don’t get any of the unwanted extras that might come with a filofax or something similar (how many people really need a metric to imperial converter and a world map anyway). Literally all you get in the planner is the monthly and weekly pages with a few blank pages at the end.
Everything else you have to do yourself. The monthly and weekly pages are left blank so you can set them up yourself. One of the things that drew me to this planner in the first place was the fact that the weekly set up is very similar to what I use in my bullet journal already. But I enjoy setting up my planner so I’ll probably be trying out some different layouts over the next few weeks to see what works best.
But I also like that most of the setup has already been done for me so I don’t spend quite so much time on it. The only problem I have with this planner is that the rings aren’t quite big enough. I find that the pages are occasionally getting caught while I’m flipping through the planner. But I have also created some bookmarks which have bulked it out just a bit and that may be causing the problem.
The Seize The Day planner retails around £16, if you are in the UK I recommend you order it from Sticker Stack. They have really fast shipping and it was where I bought my planner. I don’t know of any places outside the UK which sells these planners but the Iconic website is always a good place to start.