Erin Condren Planner Review {and a coupon code}

A few years back my sister in law got me the most ah-mazing gift- an Erin Condren Life Planner.

I have purchased one every year since.  {BTW- this is not a paid, or sponsored post.  I just truly love my planner and want to share it with you!}

And I use it.  A lot.  Every single day, actually.

My history of planner choices goes back to at least 5th grade- I have always loved planners.  In college, I settled on a simple, spiral bound day runner which I loved.

But then, this fancy-smancy, color coordinated, personalized version walked into my life and I have forever been changed.

So, what is so ah-mazing about the Erin Condren life Planner?  In simple bullet points:

  • It is durable- like living with a 3 year old and crazy-busy 15 months old, durable
  • It is the perfect size
  • Well-made, quality materials
  • Nice, heavy weight paper
  • Easy to personalize, make additions
  • Personalization makes you want to use it more
  • Lots of fun, coordinated stickers
  • Plenty of space for writing
  • Pouch for storing extra pens/utensils
  • Customizeable covers
The only thing that I am no crazy over is the price.  $50 seems like a lot to drop on a planner, or maybe I just don’t spend a lot of money on me, so $50 is a lot?  Or maybe things are just tight in this economy, and $50 is a lot for all of us.
But have no fear, alas- there is a coupon code.
Using my referral link, you can get $10 off your first purchase as a new customer, and I also get $10 back!  It is a win-win for everyone.  =)

Just Click HERE for Your $10 Off!

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  1. Chasing Slow says:

    I hope you enjoy your planner as a much as I am. I love how it sparks a bit of creativity in planning our days.

    I just learned & posted about a fun way to decorate a page with simple words.

    Blessings on your year ahead!

    • Meghan says:

      I do LOVE my planner! I am so tempted to get one that has the hourly spread! But I am really OCD about finishing an entire book/journal/planner before I begin a new one … think I may wait until next year to try the hourly. It seems perfect for tracking baby’s sleep schedule!

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