Review: On The Spot Studio 2015 Planner

This review is on On The Spot Studio (same gal who did my logo!) 2015 planner.  She provided this planner for review. 


The Deets

This is for the new 2015 Plans & Schemes Ideas & Dreams Planner created by myself and the amazing Kellie Montana of Me & My Canvas/ The Art of Kellie Montana ! I am sooooo excited to finally share this with you guys! 188 Pages of planning, goal lists, important dates, things to do, and some amazing original artwork by Kellie! Also included are sticker pages as well as monthly tabs for easy organization! Laminated cover and back make this planner super durable and easy to take with wherever you go!

Dimensions : 7.25×9.25 inches

Only $45 (shipping included!)

Details from the official OTSS description.


The Review


I am always on the search for a planner. Always. And I always revert back to my little book that I just scribble in. No form or fashion – but it has worked so far.  Then Tiffany from OTSS offered me a chance to check out her new 2015 planner.  With the watercolor images it looks nothing like any other planner out there – I absolutely love how it is spiral bound and FITS in a purse.  It is super important that I am able to throw the planner in my bag to take on-the-go.  So many other planners on the market are oversize and huge – completely defeating the purpose of having a go-to place to jot notes down.    This planner provides me the size and aesthetic to carry around without having to be concerned with it.

Of course the aesthetic is not as important as functionality, so let’s look at that.  This planner outlines the month, then week and into the day.  Perfectly sized entries to scribble notes in for the week – to keep me on task.  Each month also has an “important dates” page that allows me to write out the running list of things to add into the daily events so keep me on task.   Each month also has a “what I want to do” section that is perfect for jotting these extra notes that don’t necessarily fit into the standard calendar area – which has been the biggest downfall for many of the planners I have tried.  They try to fit everything into little calendar sized boxes with no real “escape” into writing lists and ideas. 


The only draw back for my personal taste is the inability to open the spiral and to add/subtract pages – however – I think there may be plans from OTSS to make this a printable in future.  This isn’t a deal breaker though because there’s plenty of pages to fill with my ramblings and ideas! 

Review: On the spot studio planner

 Check out the On The Spot Studio (same gal who did my logo!) 2015 planner.

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