Mal Paper Daily Goal Setter Planner Review

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Recently, I've been using the new Daily Goal Setter Planner by Malpaper as a way to be more organised in my day to day life and today I thought I'd let you know my thoughts on it. I am always making to-do lists and trying to be more organised, so having a planner where I could keep all those things in one place is very useful for me.


The Daily Goal Setter Planner comes in four different colours, and after much deliberation between the pink or the grey planner I went for the pink, as you can see and has enough pages, 244 to be precise, to last you around six months as well as a document wallet in the back, 2 bookmarks/dividers and space for short, medium and long-term goals (not pictured).

As you can see I've already started writing in it. I just couldn't wait to start using it.

The planner comes in different sections, one section features a calendar grid with 6 pages, notes for the month, important tasks that need doing, a space to review your month and a rate your month section.

I'm finding making to-do lists a whole lot easier with this planner.

One of my favourite parts about this planner is the weekly review section, where you can list tasks in order or importance. It just helps keep me organised and focused on my goals.

The 'daily' pages are my favourite.

The planner is sprinkled with inspiring quotes throughout, and in the daily review section there is a place for gratitude, '3 things to be grateful for', which I'm loving at the moment as it helps keep me in a positive mindset as well as the great things that happened today part at the bottom of each page. I find this sort of thing helpful for enabling me to see the positive in even the worst of days.

The planner is armed with a wealth of information in the first few pages with the aim of helping you set goals more purposefully, including how to set S.M.A.R.T goals (specific, measurable, accurate, relevant and timely).

For anyone wanting to purchase one of these planners, they are priced at £20.95 from Malpaper.

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