Well, December is here and the Christmas planner shopping season is coming into full effect.
Whether shopping for yourself or a loved one, we know from experience how difficult it can be to choose the correct planner, and now that we have broadened our range, we receive a lot of enquiries about the different options available, as people try to decide which is best for them.
So, to help you out with this OH SO HARD decision, we thought it would be only proper of us to give you some more detail here about our 2019 planner range and share some videos and links with you to make that difficult decision, that much easier.
The Hello Day Planner Range
There are two Hello Day planner ranges to choose form:
Spiral Planners & Chic Planners
The spiral planners are our original planner range, and all come in a daily view - one day to a page. You have four outer cover designs: Carrara, Tropic, Boho and Flock; and two interior layout options: Minimal & Original.
The Four Designs:
What’s the difference between Minimal & Original?
The main difference lies in the daily page view. The Original layout includes various daily prompts which encourage you to live healthily and maintain a balanced lifestyle, both physically and mentally. It has prompts to drink enough water, exercise daily, pray or meditate. It also has daily affirmations as well as top 3 To-Do’s and space for 10 minute accomplishments and birthdays.
The Minimal Layout strips back most of the lifestyle features and prompts of the original planner, giving you much more space in a more minimal layout, for you to write more and organise as you see fit. It still has inspirational quotes & goal planning, so loses none of its focus on productivity and motivation.
For a daily page graphic, as well as a full video overview of the Original and Minimal planners, click on this link.
The Chic Planners are Hello Day’s unique planner design, available in two outer colours, and with four available inserts. Chic planners are more compact than the Spiral range, meaning if you are planning on carrying your planner with you, and are concerned with size and weight, the Chic planner could be a good option for you.
Covers: Chic Black & Chic Grey
Inserts: Weekly Undated, Weekly Dated, Daily Dated & Journal
The Chic planner is the only range that contains a weekly view, meaning if you prefer a weekly planner, Chic is the gal for you. With an updated option, it also means that you can start using the planner on any day of the year, so you don't have to wait for January or the summer to roll around. Chic is also available as a journal, meaning if you have a spiral planner but just can't take your eyes off our gorgeous Chic, you can have her too!
For more detailed information and images about each chic insert, as well as a full video overview of the covers and inserts, click on this link.
So, we hope that has been useful. If you have any questions about any of our planners or products, don't hesitate to get in touch via our contact page.
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