Think Time: Journal Planner Review

Think Time: Purpose Planner Review + Giveaway

Most of my life works on a plan – I am always planning ahead. The planning encompasses my weekly shopping to 12 months ahead on the blog. I am always planning the editiorial calender and the topics that I will cover. It also helps to plan longer term goals, such as 5 year goals.

I used to put this planning in planners and calendars  and while I still love planners I have transitioned to liking the planning before the planing. Last year I used the Think Time Journal Planner and I enjoyed it all year.

This year the Think Time team changed the planner around, and switched the focus to the planning before the planner with the Purpose Planner.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of ThinkTime, but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a Think Time Purpose Planner in black for review and instantly knew this would at the very least harness some of those sometimes random ideas I have.

The idea behind Think Time is that it is the “process” before the planner” and meant to give you clarity before you use the calendar. Since many people struggle to know what is most important this Purpose Planner helps to clarify and solidify your vision. Once the vision is clarified it is much easier to focus on what matters the most.

The Think Time Purpose Planner include the following in each planner – Space for your Mission Statement and Core Values as well as a yearly calendar, 4 quarterlies, 12 monthlies, and 52 weeklies. Also included are extras such as routine worksheets and habit trackers,  1 yearly calendar, 12 months, each of the 52 weeks. Also included is free space, as well as journal space and note space, with some additional extras in the back of the planner.

Each Think Time journal planner is proudly MADE IN THE USA with eco-friendly FSC Certified PapersThe planner is water-resistant & features a tear resistant suede-like cover that is soft and looks elegant.

I have been having so much fun planning and dreaming my way through 2017 and I look forward to seeing at the end of the year the wide variety of my thoughts and dreams.

The Think Time Purpose Planner also comes with access to a free download to identify your mission statement and core values as well as complementary online coaching to walk you through Think Time’s Dream, Decide, Do, and Review process.

I highly recommend you checking out the Think Time Purpose Planner – it will surely help you harness and focus those dreams!


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GIVEAWAY: Think Time is giving one Purpose Planner to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) Think Time Purpose Planner in Black – This is a $129.00 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on January 14th, 2018 (1/14/2018) to receive this comprehensive purpose planner! Open to residents in the US and Canada only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Think Time/DealsAmongUs. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win a Think Time Purpose Planner

53 thoughts on “Think Time: Journal Planner Review

  1. Dawn Monzu

    I use my meditation/hypnosis apps when I lay down to go to bed. That is my time to relax and let go of the day! When I wake up, I feel like I have a clean slate! God bless and Happy Holidays everyone!

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  3. Jenn fike

    i spend a few hours after the kids go to bed and before i go to sleep in my bedroom doing whatever i want

  4. thelemondaisy

    When I come home from work I have a nice hot cup of tea and look at my emails, which I find relaxing. No one is allowed to disturb me until the tea is finished.

  5. ncjeepster

    I wake up before everyone and spend that time doing things and planning my day to accomplish things I need to do. I also use this time to meditate and calm myself before jumping into a hurried schedule.

  6. Melissa Storms

    I make sure I get up a little earlier than everyone else and have my coffee and organize my thoughts for the day in peace.

  7. Steve Scott

    My wife works from home and needs just a little bit of help getting organized.

  8. Brandon Scott

    I am a senior in high school and I want to get my organized now so that next year in college I will be ready.

  9. Nicole

    I give myself breaks at work to just play on the computer for a bit. I know, doesn’t sound right, but 10 minutes won’t be missed by anyone

  10. Jennylyn Gross

    When I get home in the morning before everyone gets up, i take those couple of hours for myself

  11. Hesper Fry

    It’s very hard for me time with 3 kids, but after they go to bed I manage to get a little bit of me time before I fall asleep.

  12. rose roberts

    After watching my grandson all day, I go in my room, turn off the lights and take a 30 minute nap.

  13. Gena pluid

    I need this to get everything in order! Work too much, sleep too little, too many obligations! writing everything down helps out!

  14. Lisa

    I try to make time to read or watch tv but do not always find the time, would love this!

  15. Michelle Catallo

    Uh, I wish I did. Normally my “me” time starts at work around 5:40 AM after dropping my kids off at daycare. I get around 20 minutes of alone time, drinking coffee in peace and quiet until my co-workers get in.

  16. Buddy Garrett

    I take 30 minutes in the afternoon for myself when things are settling down and before bedtime.

  17. Leah Shumack

    Me time is in the morning after the kids head to school and after they head to bed. In the summers I’m usually up before everyone else and I enjoy me time then!


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