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Thursday, September 1, 2016

Dokibook Planner Review

I purchased my Dokibook at the beginning of the year, and it has really changed my life. After becoming a parent, going back to work full time and trying to manage my new world, I had to figure out a plan. Organization has always calmed me down, and allowed me to put one foot in front of the other and keep going. University days really kicked in my organization, and gave me skills that are so helpful in my every day.

I first purchased a Happy Planner but I wasn't enjoying the vertical spread. I had also purchased a cheap Chapters planner that had a week on one page spread, and I put those inserts in my Dokibook. It came with dividers, but no inserts. The dividers, pocket, and bookmark have all held up well. The gold planner has also held up great, after months of use. I bring it back and forth to work and still seems like new. The rings are still working great.

 I use a week on one page spread, and on the opposite side I have lists. My meal plan, Weekend Meal Prep, and To Do Lists are really great for me. I don't like having my meal prep organized by day. It depends on how my week is going and what I feel like making but I still have a weekly plan which works well. Once this year is finished, I'll have to find similar inserts because I really like this format. I don't decorate too much, because I find it expensive. I haven't really found affordable shops.

Overall, I love my Dokibook and think it was worth the price I paid. The gold is cute.

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