Erin Condren Life Planner Tour {2016}

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Have you been wooed by the beautiful planners by Erin Condren but are wondering what's beyond the vibrant covers?  Well today is your lucky day.  

I'm going to show you all the features of the 2015/2016 18-month Erin Condren Classic Planner. To say I love it is an understatement, and I'm ready to get uber-organized.  Come take a look with me!

You can conveniently watch our YouTube video for a full tour of the inside.  

And in addition to the video, I have some photos for you below.    

Pretty shipping boxes.  
Yes, I ordered three times.  Ooooops!  

All my goodies.  Including planner, extra label stickers, markers, 
extra dot stickers, a wet-erase to-do list, and coil clips not shown.

Besides a monthly layout for each month, you get weekly layouts, too.  
Each day gets three boxes.  And you can label them however you want.
Morning, Afternoon, Evening.  Work, School, Home.  Etc.

It came with a free ruler bookmark divider that snaps in and out.
A pleasant surprise!

OMGoodness, I also did not expect stickers included.  A whole sheet for birthdays.  
Another sheet with printed words.  And then two more sheets of blank labels!  

A heavy-duty pocket page, front and back.  
That's two pockets.

An included perpetual calendar!  
Keep track of birthdays as each page is a month.

And in the back of the perpetual calendar list contacts and passwords.

This is a favorite, a clear pouch included!

Inside the clear pouch were great samples:  
printed dot stickers, a coil clip, inspiration cards, and referral cards.

Final freebies included:
Label stickers, postcard, and butterfly sticker.

I told you I bought the laminated, insert to-do list.

Dry erase markers rub off the lamination too easily.

You can use Sharpie with Universal Stone as a remover.

Or wet-erase markers stay on lamination until wiped with wet water. 

Save your pretty boxes for storage.  
I have a feeling I will collect many of 
these over the coming years. 

And if they send you a pretty package envelope, with say...
extra accessories you decided you needed... 
FRAME IT!  Free wall art.  Who knew?!

I really never thought I would spend $50 on a planner.  But with the $10 off as a new customer, I decided to try it.  Maybe from now on I can put it on my Christmas list. Or at least as a business owner, I can write it off as a business expense.  Or this counts as a hobby expense.  I can justify anything, really.

Why Erin Condren Planners Are Pricey: 

  • The coiling is heavy-duty.  It's not going to bend.  
  • The front and back covers along with the tabs are well laminated.  
  • The cover design is printed on the inside, front and back.
  • The inspirational quotes and extra blank sheets and areas for lists are awesome. 
  • The covers can be personalized.  
  • Impressive extras!  Stickers, bookmark, perpetual calendar, pockets, pouch, coil.

I know I will love and use this planner daily for the next 1.5 years.  And it's actually going to take over a big part of my scrapbooking hobby.  I feel like it's more do-able, personal, productive, and it's total girly fun.  Hope I helped!

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