Stigu planner 2017

Christmas Countdown| Win a Stigu 2017 Planner

In Reviews by Prudence70 Comments

In my Christmas countdown I have something for the adults this time.

If you are like me you will have so much to do each week that life without some form of diary is unthinkable. I have tried all kinds of solutions but I’ve never quite found the right fit. I usually end up with indecipherable scrawl across the pages of a regular diary which just results in confusion.

Stigu sent me their latest planner to save me from chaos in 2017. I’m totally in love with the 2017 planner because:

  • It’s a larger format than I’ve been able to find before which means there is more space inside it and I can’t lose it.
  • It has a guide to help you learn to plan more effectively and who doesn’t need that?
  • There is a place for you to write a weekly ‘to-do’ list which you can then cross off as you achieve your goals – satisfying.
  • The planner is not just a planner. Stigu is the little guy that strides across the pages and acts like your own life coach. Each week a new theme is introduced such as ‘The art of restfulness’ or ‘Who am I?’ The idea is that these carefully researched mini practices ( written by sleep expert Dr Nerina Ramlakhan & nutritionist Patrik Borg) will help you create a happy healthy life.
  • There are motivational quotes to drag you out of the doldrums should you find yourself unhappily there some days.
  • It is cute. The design is simple with a pretty colour palette which oozes calm and cool.
  • There are over 30 blank pages to scribble down ad hoc notes, brainstorm or even sketch your next masterpiece.
  • There is a sneaky folder at the very back to keep important things in which in my case is often train tickets, museum passes or theatre tickets.

I am itching to ditch my very worn and torn 2016 diary and get planning with the Stigu planner. They also have note books and stickers to complement the planner – I am ordering myself some of these post-haste.

Stigu have very kindly provided a giveaway copy so if you are in need of a little help getting organised or you know someone who would benefit why not enter? Simply enter via the rafflecopter below to be in with a chance of winning. The giveaway will end on the 18th December 2016.

Good Luck!
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The planner was provided for free and I was under no obligation to give a positive review. The views and opinions are my own.


  1. Sharmila

    Ooh this planner sounds like a must have! I’m just starting to homeschool my son this year so will need to get more organised to save me time and energy. Btw, love your blog X

  2. sharon martin

    no really got a system but do use a calendar on post its stuck around my computer desk

  3. Tracey Peach

    Post it notes & lists left around the house It would be lovely to be more organised next year with the Stigu 2017 Planner πŸ™‚ x

  4. Caroline H

    These look great. I use notebooks, post-its, notebook apps on my laptop and phone, lists stuck to doors, noticeboards . . . it’s too much!

  5. Pauline jaconelli

    I use The Happy Planner and also a bullet journal, I’m a planner addict I’d love to give this a try for the new year. There’s nothing like a new planner and this seems so good!

  6. Anna

    I am taking notes and setting reminders with my phone, but would love to have an actual paper planner

  7. AnnaH

    I have a small diary in my bag, a large family calendar on the wall, and tons of things pinned to the fridge!

  8. Kathrine B

    I write loads of lists on post-it notes and a whiteboard I have on my fridge… but I always end up losing the post-its πŸ™

  9. charlotte

    i have a little diary although it is falling to pieces and has no room left πŸ˜›

  10. Jubilee S.

    I use my phones notes while i still dont have a planner.thanks for the chance.

  11. Sirley Young

    I’m a planner girl at heart πŸ™‚ I bullet journal in my watermelon Kikki K πŸ™‚ I’ve also used a life planner and I was intrigued by the passion planner. I’m on a quest for planner peace πŸ˜‰

  12. Patricia Avery

    Recycle old envelopes, cardboard etc and put in a pile as I am always writing lists to keep me and everybody else organised :0

  13. Lilly Anne Shayn

    I use a note pad, but pages go missing every now and again… would absolutely LOVE to win this!! Fingers and toes crossed! x

  14. jo liddement

    I use an app on my kindle which has a list maker and also use a calender and pocket diary

  15. jessica cook

    My Iphone but i am starting my first teaching job in januasry and would love a planner to get my organised

  16. Adrian Bold

    I use a web site called ‘Remember The Milk’. Its free and great for all sorts of ‘Things to do’ lists.

  17. Holly K

    Well this may improve on my handbag file system that I have at the moment. It would also be prefect for me to have as I start my new job πŸ™‚

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