Let’s be honest. I’m not the most organized person in the world, but I always have this intention to become more organized. The thought of organization in my life brings me joy. So I always have to at least look at a fresh new planner. I can control myself… most of the time. But this time, I discovered the Happy Planner. The rest is history, so let’s dive in.
The Happy Planner isn’t just another planner. And I’m kind of addicted to normal planners! But this is a wholly customizable and expandable system that includes numerous covers, formats, and accessories to choose from. I had to have one, that much I knew – but how to choose?! So many cute and inspirational designs, both dated and undated, in and out of complete kits with matching stickers, and a slew of extra stickers, sticky notes and other accessories to choose from. I was in planner heaven.
I decided to go with an undated planner. They’re sold as kits with all the stickers you need to set it up for whenever you want to use it. So much flexibility.
You can see several undated options on this listing.
Just scanning through the mass of stickers and accessories available for these things is a trip. I couldn’t resist this deluxe cover in sunshine yellow – besides, I’m planning to use this thing for a very long time. You see what I did there. So I gotta keep it pretty and protected! I picked out some special sticky notes for more flexible planning, too.
We are so very prepared.
The Happy Planner is built around an ingenious system of discs that allow for removing and adding pages as desired. And they’re super cute and easy to use! You can literally just buy a 6 month extension pack if you want to keep using the same planner.
OMG stickers, yay!! I love this so much. I’m all organized, creative and inspired in one planner. Where has this been all my life?!
The only criticism I can offer on the Happy Planner is this: be careful with sizes. There are three sizes of Happy Planner, and they’re not always clearly labelled. There’s the mini, classic, and big. The easiest way to tell them apart is to count the number of discs – the mini takes 7, the classic takes 9, and the big takes 11. This goes for matching stickers and accessories as well.
Other than that minor oversight, this system is amazing and flawless so far. I will update this if I ever run into any issues, but so far everything seems to be good quality and I expect this will last a very long time.
Including an Arbitrary Score Out of 10
My inner creative and organized self is having the time of her life with this one. I never thought I’d say this but I don’t think I need to buy another planner. Now if I could just get my mental health in check.