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The Agendio Planner: Custom from Top to Bottom

The Agendio Planner: Custom from Top to Bottom

This week we’re taking a break from our regularly scheduled programming (books) to talk about my other love: organization. Oh, yes. So I used to be a “planner reviewer” for Earn Spend Live, and that meant looking at, using, and critiquing a lot of day and week planners. I don’t do that anymore, but I do still love a good planner so that I have somewhere to write my to do list and keep everything running smoothly.

Which is why I want to talk about Agendio. It’s a completely customizable planner, and to me that makes it incredibly valuable and beneficial. I created a weekly layout with tons of room for lists. I love lists. There are several different sections in my daily columns, and I was able to label each section however I wanted. How cool is that? There are several other planners out there that have sections for different things, like workouts or something, but you can’t personalize each section to fit your life.

You can customize Agendio to fit your exact needs. For me, that means I have a space each day for my social posting plan, how much water I’ve consumed, how many carbs I’ve eaten, and my workout plan. I also chose to include a large weekly to do list, blank lines each day, a schedule square at the top of each column, and boxes for things to remember, like birthdays.

This planner also has a monthly calendar that you can customize (I included another to do list here). That means you can type in recurring monthly events or tasks, like bills, birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, etc. all before you purchase the planner.

There are also several add-in sections for you to choose from, like notes pages, budget pages, and goal setting charts. I included goal setting charts at the start of each month because I LOVE some monthly goal setting, and I included two budget pages so there’s plenty of room to track and monitor my budget each month for the coming year.

You can also choose different sizes for your planner, different binding styles (I went with the flat lay, leather bound), and different color schemes. I obviously have an obsession with ocean blue shades so my entire planner is operating under that color scheme.

Honestly, I think it’s a great planner. I love that I was able to dictate exactly what would be included and how it would look. There were so many options to choose from, and that means there’s bound to be a layout that’s right for you. It also feels more like an adult planner to me. Personally, I’m tired of bright prints and cutesy designs inside my planners. I want it to be streamlined and functional because my life feels like it is constantly trying to veer me out of orbit.

You can start creating your own custom Agendio here. Depending on your selections, Agendio runs around $60.

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