Unsolicited Advice 2020 Weekly Planner
First batch on sale now and will sell out. More to come early December. Orders from me (on this site) include a bonus pencil and bookmark for you!!! :-)
Figure out what you’re doing (probably) with this offbeat, optimistic planner by 1 Page at a Time author Adam J. Kurtz.
Somewhat imperfect and very human, the Unsolicited Advice planner is a tool for organization now, and reflection later as you fill it with plans, thoughts, goals, and feelings. We’re doing this together!
- 5.75 x 7.75 inch trim size
- 224 B&W interior pages on 100gsm paper
- 4 full-color sticker pages (w/ DIY month tabs!!!)
- Coil bound, rounded corners, plastic cover, elastic closure
- Dated weekly spreads, monthly grids, yearly overview
- Activities, reminders, goals and tasks and more!
This Jan – Dec 2020 dated weekly planner has all the normal stuff, and then a lot of... less normal stuff like tiny nagging (''encouragement'') and silly holidays and introspective (and occasionally goofy) activities. Monthly check-ins and goal setting, weekly personal space, and lots of calendar formats give you all the structure you need to do your thing.
The rest up to you to fill with your own plans, thoughts, goals, and feelings. Unsolicited Advice is a tool for organization now, and reflection and gratitude later. Even if you're miss a couple days you can come back and write short recaps of what did happen, making this both a planner and a journal, and eventually a time capsule. Wow paper sure is amazing!
Returning to coil-binding for 2020, this ninth edition of my popular planner levels it all up. A new sturdy cover, elastic band closure/bookmark, bigger coils, better paper, and a new trim size (approximately 5.75" x 7.75"). This year, bonus sheets of stickers are bound right in, so they're always handy for birthdays, good days, and the occasional "today is cancelled sorry."
The design incorporates handwriting for a personal touch that softens blunt reminders ("you do need to rest") but doesn't get in your way with too much nonsense. Activity pages are printed front/back so you can always tear them out if they get in your way. Life is hard sometimes but it's better when we do it together. I'll see you there!
Blurbs (Previous Editions):
It's part weekly planner, part journal, with a bunch of fun, reflective, and uplifting exercises scattered throughout. –BuzzFeed
They didn't ask for it, but will almost certainly love the Unsolicited Advice Planner that provides ample space for life-planning along with horoscopes, moon phases and even a period tracker. –National Post
This fun, DIY planner... is filled with quotes, unsolicited advice, amusing activities and coloring pages. It's the perfect gift for any unorganized 20-something in your life. –Urban Outfitters Blog