Erin Condren Academic Planner Review + New Accessories
Hey guys! I have some exciting Erin Condren related updates for you today. I honestly feel like they have been coming out with new awesome products like crazy lately! The lovely ladies over at Erin Condren were so kind to send me a box of goodies to review and share with you all today.
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There were a lot of new things to see in my box. I was really excited about the new colorful dial-tip markers, and a new sticker book! However, the big new release is the 6 Month Academic Planner.
The Academic Planner is perfect for college students, or even high school students, as well.
I love how colorful and fun this planner is.
Each month begins with a monthly spread. This planner is undated so you can begin using it anytime. Perfect for students, since different schools follow different schedules.
Also with each month you have this handy spread for tracking projects and exams. This is perfect for staying on track with project assignments and getting them turned in on time.
Next, you have the weekly spread for tracking weekly assignments in all of your classes. I love this and find it to be really functional. Keeping up with due dates and deadlines is not a strength of mine, and I would have loved this planner when I was in college.
You can accessorize your Academic Planner with fun pens, and don’t forget the colorful date dots.
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In my box I also got some other favorites- the budget book, snap in meal planner and dry erase markers. Then, I was really excited to see this new snap in wellness log. It can snap right into my regular Erin Condren planner and I can track my fitness right there in the same place! I can’t wait to dig in with these accessories and find the perfect system for me. What out of these items are you most excited to see? What else would you like to see from Erin Condren? Let me know in the comments!