Stigu planners offer a double-page spread for each week of the year. On the right-hand side is a pretty sizable space to jot down all of your plans for the week, with each day split into five smaller boxes; I like this layout as it means I can split the day into smaller chunks of time. On the right-hand side is a blank page to be filled with tasks, plans, doodles, or whatever else takes your fancy. My favourite element of the Stigu planner though, is the little notes and prompts on the bottom of each blank page, which encourage you to work on one little change or behaviour each week in order to improve your general wellbeing
Each month has a new theme but it also has a new style. For stationary addicts like myself this is fantastic as I know the change in font and layout will make it feel like regularly having a new diary!
What I particularly like about it is that the weekly key dates are already noted (I cannot stress how handy this would have been in my last job where the social media squad had a monthly responsibility to make a list of all these occasions!). In addition to this there’s also inspiring quotes dotted around – perfect for injecting you with a little dose of that ‘can-do’ attitude!
Throughout the year it offers up healthy advice on how to stay sane whilst juggling life. Stigu understands that you are human and you need balance so gives tips on how to plan hard, play hard and rest hard. The result of all of the above is a life coach style workbook/weekly planner that manages to squeeze in so much without feeling like hardwork. It’s early days but I can see myself getting along with Stigu like a house on fire!