Cassie Daves a fashion blogger curates the cassiedaves blog planner and Dee Mako a style blogger curates the life planner. Recently I've heard a lot of people compare the two planners and have decided to do a review on both.
I'll like to say that these planners are two worlds apart they're planners and that's the only thing they have in common. one is a blog planner and the other a life planner, so each is needed, I for one can't do without the other.
THE CASSIE DAVES BLOG PLANNER HERE
Lets start with the features of the Blog planner
The fisrt two pages in an introduction into your blog that guides you as to what you do, who you want to reach, what you hope to achieve and how you intend to and also goals for the year. as usual every planner has a calendar portion.
The other page allows you to draft out your blogging goals for the month, post ideas and notes, a to do list ( because sometimes I mix up my ideas as to how I want them arranged on the blog but this will help you to be more purposeful about it)
other pages gives you spaces to write down if you intend on having a guest on the blog, partnership, what contents you intend to shoot for the blog, and how that has helped to boost your statistics for the month across all your social handles. There is also a portion for earnings and expenses blog related.
There are also quotes from bloggers to keep whoever has a copy cheered on for that month, I do have one for the month of July
At the back is blog topic and ideas (this helped me a lot this year, a lot of times the pack page was always a referral to most of the blog topics here, giving me little hints) and tools for blogging especially in photo editing, can be found there, which is really important especially for a beginner.
THE HDHQ PLANNER HERE
According to DEE this is intended to serve as a life planner for the year.
The pages opens to a calender page then goals and objectives for 2017 ranging from financial, career, spiritual, personal, visions and overall goals. Then a space dedicated to special date and a plain image that allows you to color it to life(this I think is such a brilliant idea).
Contact log is next and another color page
The next page is dedicated to quotes for the month and just besides it is your monthly goals, rewards for it (which I saw as really interesting and a new one) a to do list and a don't forget (as an addict procrastinator in my daily activities this will come in handy)
Few pages are then dedicated Weekly goals for the month and the next two pages are more financial as to salary, interest, extra income, bills and expenses. The next page is an evaluation of your activities at the end of the month and things to continue or drop what worked and what didn't and there is the page of what you're thankful for
With this I only feel that both is needed and if you have enough funds as each are at the same range N5,000 if you're a blogger the cassie daves blog planner is essential and if you're such a slob in keeping track of yourself in the year the HDHQ planner is essential
what do y'all think have you bought yours yet?