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momAgenda Review: First Thoughts

momAgenda Planner Review: First Thoughts

December 21, 2015 Sarah Coggins
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momAgenda Review: First Thoughts

I decided to try a new planner for the upcoming year. I had been eyeing the momAgenda planner for some time specifically because I liked the layout design of the weekly pages. There is room not only for my own schedule, but where I can jot down those of the kids as well plus even my blog and our meal plan.

momAgenda: weekly layout

During the past year, I had been using a 5×7 planner from BlueSky. Liking the spiral bound finish, but wanting a little more space, I decided to try the spiral momAgenda which is 7×9.

Initially, I have mixed feelings about this planner. See why and get my first thoughts in the following video:

If you’ve used a momAgenda planner or a planner with a similar layout before, do you have any tips for me for making the pages easier to locate? 


  • Julie S. December 29, 2015 at 8:37 am
    I have never used this type of planner. I decided to try out Erin Condren's new hourly layout- because my blog posts have a time/due date, the kids school things are always happening, and not to mention, booking photo shoots. We'll see!
    • Sarah Coggins December 30, 2015 at 11:13 am
      I've heard of the Erin Condren planners mentioned several times and, possibly now available at Staples? That would be a plus so at least I could thumb through one in person before committing. I'm starting to use the momAgenda now and, so far, it seems to be working well for me. I just wish I could adjust the section arrangement. The fumbling from month to week is a bit annoying. Curious to see how your planner works for you as the year progresses.

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