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Get to Work Book Review

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Check out the Get to Work Planner for working moms and entrepreneurs!

 

As a work-from-home mom who is working on more than one project at a time, I wanted to find a planner that would help moms like me to organize projects. There are tons of planners out there that help with general organization, and tons of planners for homeschooling, but not too many that will help us with projects and goal-setting.

After looking at many planners, I found the Get to Work Book, and asked for one to review. They very generously sent one to me, so I can show you first-hand how I use this planner! I like this one so much that I'm giving one away (not mine – I can't part with mine! I'll send a new one to the winner). Scroll to the bottom of this post to enter! (Giveaway closed)

The Get to Work Book- this looks like it's perfect for goal setting and getting things done.
The Get to Work Book

 

The Get to Work Planner - this looks like it's perfect for goal setting and getting things done.
The Weekly Spread for the Get To Work Book. A place for your top three priorities or to-do lists at the top of each day. Boxes for Action Items This Week on the far left, and a grid-lined notes section at the bottom.

 

The Get to Work Book - this looks like it's perfect for goal setting and getting things done.
The Get to Work Book monthly spread, with a notes section on the bottom, and at-a-glance dates for the previous and next month.

 

The Get to Work Book - this looks like it's perfect for goal setting and getting things done.
One of the best goal worksheets I've ever seen – I LOVE this one! Sections for Last Month's Wins, Still in Progress, To Let Go Of (love this!), To Think On, To Work On, and To Complete.

 

The Get to Work Book - this looks like it's perfect for goal setting and getting things done.
One of the many project sheets in the Get to Work Book.

 

The Get to Work Book - this looks like it's perfect for goal setting and getting things done.
Project Planning Sheets
The Get to Work Book - this looks like it's perfect for goal setting and getting things done.
2017-2018 At a Glance

 

Pros:

  • simple format
  • simple but still very well-designed fonts
  • black-and-white format is not distracting
  • graph paper note sections
  • top 3 priorities section on each day
  • action items section for every week
  • goal-setting worksheets at the beginning of every week
  • project worksheets
  • perforated monthly “This Month Is All About” sheet at the beginning of every month (not pictured)
  • Plastic “TODAY” bookmark with ruler

Cons:

  • no customization ( I don’t really mind this at all)
  • no extra planning pages (if you love filling out lots of planning pages, this planner may not be for you)
  • black and white only (may be a con, but as a business owner I appreciate that this planner doesn't have colors and pictures)

How I’m using this planner: I love this planner for projects and goals. I really do. I'm using this as a blog planner and to keep track of my marketing clients, and my productivity has gone WAY up – especially with those goal planning worksheets (can you tell I like the goal planning worksheets?). This planner is excellent for business owners, entrepreneurs, and people who like to see their goals on paper. The Get to Work Book is perfect for working moms, and it comes with a really great sheet that explains how to use the planner. This one is a keeper!

 
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9 Comments

  1. The planner looks great. I try different planners and I like the more simplistic planners as well. I need space to write and think.

  2. I am continuously writing lists on sticky notes, this lil’ gem would sure help. If I don’t win. Where can I look to get one of these?

  3. I am just starting to really use a planner, and just bought a cheap one from Target. I like it but I need something more. I hope I win, but even if I don’t I am checking this one out!

  4. I’ve never found a planner that I really like. This one looks like it might work. Thanks for the review.

  5. I am a court reporter and I’m always searching for THE perfect planner to keep track of court dates, hearings, and transcripts that have to be completed, etc. I haven’t seen this planner before and I would love to try this one. Thanks for offering this giveaway!

  6. Looks like planned loveliness! Ahh the peace of having a place to store your brain! Just starting the homeschool year and that would make a great addition. I love online calendars but in this format you can see everything spread out.

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