Feeling a bit cramped in your current planner?

Feeling a bit cramped in your current planner?

There are several reasons why you might need a larger planner:

  1. More Space for Details: A larger planner provides more space for writing down details, appointments, tasks, and notes. If you have a busy schedule or tend to have a lot of meetings and events, a larger planner can accommodate all the information you need to keep track of.

  2. Visual Clarity: Larger planners typically have bigger pages, making it easier to see your schedule at a glance. This can be particularly helpful if you prefer to have a clear visual overview of your week or month without feeling cramped for space.

  3. Room for Creativity: With more space available, larger planners offer more room for creative expression. Whether you enjoy doodling, decorating, or adding stickers and washi tape to your planner pages, a larger format gives you the freedom to express yourself without feeling constrained.

  4. Multiple Roles or Projects: If you juggle multiple roles, projects, or responsibilities, a larger planner can help you keep everything organized in one place. You can dedicate sections or pages to different aspects of your life, such as work, personal tasks, family commitments, or hobbies, making it easier to manage everything in a single planner.

  5. Additional Features: Larger planners often come with extra features, such as pockets, dividers, or goal-setting pages. These additional features can enhance organization and productivity by providing designated spaces for storing important documents, separating different sections of your planner, or setting and tracking goals.

  6. Accessibility: Larger planners can be easier to handle and use, especially for individuals with dexterity issues or vision impairments. The larger size makes it easier to write in and navigate through the pages, enhancing accessibility and usability.

  7. Long-Term Planning: If you prefer to plan ahead for several months or even a full year, a larger planner offers more space for long-term planning. You can see your schedule and goals laid out over an extended period, helping you stay focused on your priorities and deadlines.

Looking for a larger planner?  Check out our monarch planner which is what we call letter size (8.5 inches by 11 inches) !  Get it here.

Ultimately, the decision to use a larger planner depends on your personal preferences, scheduling needs, and planning style. If you find yourself needing more space, visual clarity, or organizational features in your planner, upgrading to a larger size may be beneficial for you.

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