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Erin Condren Planners for SLPs

Every December I get way too excited to pick out next year’s planner. I am weird about my planner and pretty much carry it with me everywhere! I have not at all adapted to having an electronic calendar and still write every single thing down.

Erin Condren Planners for SLPs

I wanted to share my thoughts on a couple of the different Erin Condren planner options as I got a different one this year! I also wanted to share about some SLP IEP organization stickers that I purchased and use in my planner! Best combination ever. Read on if you’re in the market for an amazing planner for next year!
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As you can see in the picture above, Erin Condren offers planners in two different sizes. Last year I got the smaller one and this year I got the bigger one.

Another difference between planner options and what I got last year vs this year is monthly vs weekly spreads.

The standard Lifeplanner contains both monthly and weekly spreads. I realized that keeping up with the weekly ones wasn’t really working for me! So this year, I got the Deluxe Monthly Planner instead.

Below is a picture of the Lifeplanner weekly set up…

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And below is a picture of the monthly spread in the Deluxe Monthly Planner…

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After each monthly spread, there is an organization page you can use for each month.

Erin Condren Planners for SLPs

At the end of the notebook is a ton of blank planning/writing pages. I ran out this year so upgraded for more for next year!

There is nothing this SLP loves more than staying organized (and pretty colorful things) so I was incredibly excited to stumble upon these amazing SLP IEP stickers. I’ve used Erin Condren planners for years now and they fit perfectly.

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You can check out these stickers on Etsy by clicking here. They are incredibly affordable and so cute!

Overall, I love Erin Condren planners! They are super durable. I’ve never had one bend or rip or look aged at all by the end of the year! I love how pretty they are and how functional their layouts are.

If you’re interested in checking out any Erin Condren planners, I’d love for you to use my referral link!

You can do so by clicking here!

By using my link, you’ll get $10 off your first purchase!

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2 Comment

  1. Reply
    Chelsea H.
    December 8, 2016 at 2:22 PM

    I love Erin Condren planners too! Working in a school, I prefer planners that are dated August to July each year, rather than January to December. Unfortunately, the only calendars dated that way that I could find through Erin Condren were designed specifically for teachers and they had a lot of extra pages that wouldn’t pertain to an SLP. I ended up getting an Erin Condren planner anyway (because I love them so much!) and opted for an 18 month option. But now, my planner goes through December 2017, which is in the middle of the school year. Do you have any tips for using a planner that runs January to December in the schools?

    1. Reply
      Shannon
      December 10, 2016 at 6:15 PM

      I never even thought about that, I’ve always used planners that run January through December! My planner needs don’t really change much between school years so it has always worked out fine!

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