The Staff Writers at ChurchMag try to find niches in which we can become experts, and lately, I’ve been fighting to claim the “sweet notebook” beat. In the last year, I introduced you to the Passion Planner and Spark Notebook, the BASICS Notebook, the DreamWeaver Planner, and most recently the BULLET Journal. Pretty exhaustive, isn’t it?
Well, let’s add another one to the list:
Introducing the Spark Planner
Now, I just recently received a complimentary copy of the Spark Notebook, and I have to say that I love it’s design and layout even more than I thought I would. And that sweet minimalist design has been carried over to the Spark Planner.
I love the way they break the month down in weekly segments and how it all gets tied back together with the monthly challenges and the journaling prompts (prompts not pictured here).
Beyond the cool layout and design, there are three other little aspects that I love: it lays flat; it has two build-in bookmarks; and the pages are resistant to bleed-through. Boom! That’s a trifecta for a notebook nerd like myself.
At this point in their Kickstarter campaign, a Spark Planner will cost $30, and it will be delivered this December, just in time to get the coming-year planned out. Sounds like a good plan! Get a head start on all of the resolutions by putting your money where you mouth is: if you really want to get organized next year, put some money on the line and get a sweet planner. To quote Mitch Hedberg, “I bought a $7 pens because I always lose pens and I got sick of not caring.”
How can you argue with that?
If you’d like to support the Spark Planner’s Kickstarter campaign or to find out how you can get a free PDF version of the planner, click here.