What it includes:
–185 daily pages (six months worth, or it'll last longer if you don't use it every day) that also outline what you're grateful for, excited for, the day's priorities, and end of the day reviews
–Weekly pages with sections for last week's review, upcoming week's plan, projects, and top goals
–Monthly pages include sections for writing down goals, why you have that goal, and distractions to avoid, as well as reflection sections for writing wins, when you were your best, and insights gained
–Access to eBooks (on topics like “How to Crush Your Goals”) and a video mini-course on productivity
Promising review: "I ordered this with the low expectations of planners that most ADHD'ers have. With most traditional planners, the dates are all filled in, meaning that if you miss one day, three, or twenty, those pages are all lost. Furthermore, most planners only focus on what you are planning to do, should do, and should have gotten done. This planner totally takes a different tactic, which makes a huge difference. This planner forces you to not only consider the things you got done, the things you didn't, but also asks you to consider your wins for the day, the things you are grateful for, and includes some built-in positivity. So far, I really love it. The daily, weekly, and monthly sections being separate from each other, instead of chronologically sequenced may seem odd at first, but for those of us who can sometimes forget to pick it up for awhile, it saves a vast amount of paper and improvement, and filling in the dates doesn't take that long, if you take it one month at a time. Also, they include page markers to help navigate between the three sections. I would highly recommend this planner to other ADHD'ers, creative types, or those who start to feel shacked and/or vaguely panicked by the traditional planner design." —Prometheus Lass
Get it from Amazon for $33.97+ (available in four colors).