I chose a new planner style for 2020 as some of you may already know. Today, I’m going to be sharing my thoughts on the Print Pression Weeks planner after 1 month. Along with sharing my thoughts, I’m also going to share a few spreads and my monthly set up for February so you can see exactly how I’ve been using it.
I honestly have to say that the Print Pression Weeks is by far the best planner I’ve used. Why do you ask? Well, here are my Pros and Cons.
Even though it has only been a month, I’ve found it super helpful keeping track of my daily to-do’s.
It isn’t intimidating!
I love the fact that there isn’t a lot of space for each day that I just have to fill. Um, yeah, I found myself specifically jotting down to-do’s and random things because it was daunting to look at blank spaces.
It’s the right fit between bullet journaling and traditional planning. I’ve always wanted to try bullet journaling, but I never got the chance. The Print Pression Weeks planner allows me to list my priorities by day with extra space to jot down weekly tasks.
Because the daily boxes are sized similarly to the vertical/hourly Erin Condren Life Planner, I can use my sticker stash without having to modify them to get the to fit. This also saves me a bunch of cash replacing all of my hoards. Because it’s smaller in size, a standard Erin Condren sticker kit will last me for quite a few spreads.
I honestly didn’t think that the teeny weeny boxes for the monthly pages were that big of a deal considering the Erin Condren monthly boxes are a decent size, but boy was wrong! It’s hard for me to jot down appointments or tasks in such itty bitty spaces.
Not-So-Time Friendly Set-Up
This planner is undated which means that the monthly and weekly spreads have no days of the week or numbers. Don’t get me wrong, however. I really love the fact that it’s undated. If you read my Why I Chose The Print Pression Weeks Planner for 2020 post, you probably noticed that this was an absolute plus for me.
It still is, but I have the need to want to use date cover stickers for a more cohesive look. I tried a week just writing them in and didn’t like it. Don’t get me wrong, I think that my handwriting is pretty darn nice, but it looks so much better with stickers. This extends the time it takes for me to set up my weekly spreads and sometimes I just don’t have the time.
If you have been looking for a new planner, I would highly suggest giving this one a try. It’s inexpensive and easy to use. As you can see, my Pros outweigh my Cons here. Overall, it’s a great planner to use on a daily and give you the ability to still decorate it nicely. I have a lot of fun decorating it each week!
Pictured Below: How I set up my monthly spreads.
Pictured Below: How I set up my weekly spreads.
If you would like to see more of my spreads, follow me on Instagram! I do my best to share my weekly spreads every Wednesday.