Sunday, 11 December 2016

My Student Planner


I feel so free. My last deadline of 2016 is over and I'm free to enjoy December, without the weight of a hefty workload bringing me down! But 2017 is looming, with more deadlines and exams. And I refuse to let myself get back into the all-nighter habit again. New year new me & all that jazz.



My Student Planner*

Sophie (from Snippet of Sophie) has got your back with her Student Planner printable. The planner covers every aspect of student life imaginable, even down to tracking how much water you drink (hands up who forgets to stay hydrated in stressful times).

It includes sheets to plan your day, week and month, which is ideal as you can map your studying in advance depending on deadlines/exam dates and such.

The section I find the most useful is the page dedicated to your reading list. Seriously, after a lecture just jot down the books you need to read and you have a quick reference and a clear idea of how long it will take you. This is so, so useful, and its something I haven't seen in any other planners (even quite pricey ones)!

It also includes a page to note your contact information, something I'm definitely going to use for the new modules next year. It literally saves so much stress to have these things written down in an organised place, you won't have to pester the group chat to find out a tutor's email address at 2am!

The planner is £6, which is an absolute bargain- you're able to print and re-use the pages as many times as you need across your entire course! Not to mention the beautiful design, which beats the plain old planners you can get at stationery shops. This would look so classy on a marble-style clipboard or up on a decorative cork-board!

You can get the planner here, or view more about it on Sophie's blog. I definitely recommend it!

*Sophie very kindly gave me the planner to review, all opinions are genuine and my own!

3 comments:

  1. Thank you SO much for reviewing my planner! I am so so glad you like it and that it is helpful for you! This has made me so happy. Thank you again!! xx

    Sophie | www.snippetofsophie.com

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