There’s nothing like a good sale to get you motivated to buy something you have been thinking about purchasing. Erin Condren is having an Insider’s Sale and it is the perfect time to grab your 2021 planning essentials!
We are heading towards the end of 2020 quickly, and I think we are all looking forward to 2021 – so it is a perfect time to get your 2021 LifePlanner, while the selection is good.
Here Are The Details
This sneaky little sale starts today October 8th, 2020 and runs through October 13th, 2020 and is for EC Insiders only!
The good news is that is easy to become an Insider – all you need to do is sign up here.
Once you sign up – or log in if you are already an Insider – then the sale prices will be reflected in your shopping bag once you add a product!
The Buy More, Save More Sale for EC Insiders will run through 10/13 and features savings on several levels:
What I Purchased During the Erin Condren Sale…
As an EC Insider I made my purchase as soon as I got my email. I have been considering my 2021 Planner options, but I knew that I definitely wanted a EC Vertical Lifeplanner in my planner stack.
Tie Dye Metallic LifePlanner (18 month option)
I chose the vertical Lifeplanner for my main 2021 Planner. This planner will be where I log kids sporting events, general appointments, and my daily to-dos and tasks.
I bought my first EC LifePlanner™ in 2015, and at the time I stressed out a little bit about spending close to $60 on a planner. It was my first high end planner purchase but I knew I needed something to juggle the chaos of my kids sports schedules, home management and blogging. And I felt like if it was something I really enjoyed using, I would be more inclined to actually use it, and I was right.
The paper used in the Life Planner is a thick Mohawk paper, that keeps me coming back year after year.
The Perpetual Calendar is a purse sized soft covered undated calendar. Previously, every Lifeplanner shipped with one of these, but it looks like only the Daily Duo comes with them now.
These little Calendars are incredibly handy, and practical. Perpetual Calendars are designed to help you keep track of events that happen every year on the same date. Birthday’s, anniversaries, and certain holidays are typically what is logged in a perpetual calendar.
But I like to use mine as a content planner, and trend tracker for my blogs. But the options for this little notebook are, endless. You could use it as a gratitude tracker, chronic illness tracker, subscription tracker, or even a household cleaning log to help you plan and manage seasonal cleaning, decorating and decluttering.
These colorful elastic bands are perfect to keep your Lifeplanner closed while you are carrying it around, or to act as a book mark to so you can quickly open your planner to the current week.
I find these little snap in dashboards so useful! I used to make my weekly meal plan out on a wet erase dashboard, but then decided I wanted to they are also useful
This is my first year buying these markers to go with my Snap-In dashboard. In the past I have used a sharpie. When it was time to remove what I had written on the dashboard I used rubbing alcohol and a paper towel. Smearing was never an issue with a sharpie, and cleaning my dashboard with water in appealing, so I decided to give these a try this year.
In 2021 I will be utilizing 2 planners, and a goal setting system next year. Using more than 1 planner isn’t for everyone, but I need a content calendar for my websites, a place to keep the kids sports schedules, my daily to-dos, and general appointments and commitments. I am still undecided about my other 2021 planner, but I will share my 2021 stack as soon as I get it all in my hands!