First of all, thanks to everyone who visited me yesterday! Y’all have left me such sweet comments and I am slowly but surely making my way around to your blog. I hope if you were here yesterday, you will keep visiting often!
Erin Condren has been quite the buzz word on Twitter recently. A few weeks ago, Erin from Blue Eyed Bride raved about the life planner, and it made many people’s ears perk up. Shortly thereafter, Erin Condren was a featured deal on Plum District ($25 for a $50 credit). Tons of folk on Twitter and blogs took advantage of that deal to order a life planner.
I had already ordered a 2011-2012 MomAgenda and was very happy with my purchase. But because I am a bit of a sheep and can’t resist having the new, hot thing I also purchased a life planner. I got my life planner for free (because I referred people to Plum District and had a credit) so I figured it couldn’t hurt. I plan to use the Erin Condren life planner at home and the MomAgenda at the office.
(Yes, I got the job! Thanks for your prayers!)
Since I have both calendars and have had plenty of time to study both, I figured I would do a vlog comparing and contrasting the two calendars. If you haven’t already ordered a calendar, I hope this will help you make a decision!
Before you watch the vlog, there are a few things I’d like you to keep in mind:
- It was a million degrees in Georgia that day. I’m not looking my finest.
- I have not been paid by either company to endorse their products. I wasn’t provided the products for free. I paid for both calendars with my own money.
- I forgot the definition of “column” and “row”. You can clearly see me struggle to remember which is which.
Here are the detailed pictures I promised you.
MomAgenda – desktop of left and home office edition on right
Erin Condren life planner
There you have it! I hope this answered some of your questions. If it didn’t, feel free to email me and I will see what I can do to help!