Review & GIVEAWAY: Sarah Pinto Planner

Sarah Pinto Planner

Sarah Pinto Planner

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The 5×7 Sarah Pinto Planner is a no-nonsense spiral bound planner that gets the job done.  The pages are clean and uncluttered which works great if that’s what you like.  But if you like decorating your pages, this planner will work for you, too, because the pages have plenty of room for washi tape and stickers.

The bright and colorful cover is heavy cardboard.

Sarah Pinto Planner

The pages are also good quality paper.  I didn’t try out any pens but I imagine the pages could handle just about any pen without bleedthrough.

So let’s take a look inside:

Four pages of notes

Sarah Pinto Planner Notes

Followed by the monthly pages.  The pages are not tabbed and a few of the months have divided boxes at the end of the month.  The months are one right after the other rather than each month followed by the corresponding weekly pages.

Sarah Pinto Planner Monthly Calendars

Sarah Pinto Planner Weekly Pages

After the weekly pages,

Sarah Pinto Planner Special Days

Sarah Pinto Planner Future Planning

Eight Telephone/Address pages

Sarah Pinto Planner Telephone & Address

10 Notes pages

Sarah Pinto Planner Notes

Thank you to Franklin Planner for providing these two Sarah Pinto Planners to give away to two lucky winners.  If you would like to enter to win, here are the rules:

1. Open to everyone.

2. To enter, please leave a comment on this post. Your comment is your entry and only one entry per person.

3. Entries will close at 6:00 pm Central Standard Time on Sunday, February 2nd, 2014.  Any entries submitted after that time will not be counted.

4. The winner will be determined via Random.org.

5. The winner will be announced on Homemakersdaily.com on Monday morning, February 3rd, at 9:00 CST.

6. The winner must email me with their mailing address by the end of the day on Wednesday, February 5th, 2014.  If I have not received an email from the winner by that time, a new winner will be chosen. So be sure to check back to see if you won!

Good Luck Everyone!

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Born in Kentucky, I am a wife and mom to 1 son and 2 daughters . I have an ink pen obsession, as well as a love for all things planner. I have been married for 10 years to my high school crush. I am a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

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41 thoughts on “Review & GIVEAWAY: Sarah Pinto Planner

  1. I would love to win this planner. When I first started hearing about homemakers using planners I thought It was only good for very large families. I had two children and worked outside the home. I kept appointments written on the calendar. I knew my chores in my head. Kids knew their afterschool chores. Why would I need such a thing???? Now kids are grown and gone with families of their own. I have to leave myself notes to remember anything. I do use a spiral notebook sometimes to help organize my brain. Maybe what I need is a planner. It sure would be more organized than notes left here and there and a spiral notebook.

  2. I reread your posts about planners often; they are sensible and practical and realistic. Thank you for the giveaways. I would use such a planner to track goals.

  3. I really like these Sarah Pinto Planners. They are nice size to fit in my bag and it has nice amout of writting space.

  4. I would love to win this planner. I’m having a really hard time finding something that works well for me. Thanks

  5. What an awesome planner! BTW, your blog is an inspiration to me. I was recently diagnosed with adhd & I appreciate how you approach life with it. Thank you!

  6. This is a wonderful planner! I use a new one every year to keep track of my life, as well as my different Dr.’s appointments dealing with my Epileptic Seizures. 🙁 I’m always looking for a planner that can move me forward better!

  7. Happy Friday! I am the executor of my late brothers estate – a Sarah Pinto Planner looks like the perfect manager of all things in my life.

  8. I was just filling some school calendar stuff in my planner, and I was wondering about whether having months and weeklies all together would be more or less efficient. Seems like I do a lot of flipping and rewriting in mine that has each set of weeks following each month page.

  9. I really really am in need of a planner. I can’t afford to buy one and the paper binder I’ve tried using keeps losing it’s pages due to children needing ‘paper’! Would Love to win this. Thanks for the chance.

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