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Commit30 planner turns small steps into big accomplishments

If a daily planner, a motivational tape, and your collection of to-do lists had a wild night together, nine months later the Commit30 planner would pop out.

30 day challenge planner

30 day challenge planner

Pen is mightier than the digital reminder

One of the most crucial tools for productivity, in any line of work, is a good planner. You can set as many notes and reminders on your phone as you’d like, but the quality of a pen-to-paper planner is something that can fuel accomplishment.

It can be tough in our busy, everyday lives to stay as motivated as we’d like to be. Many people flourish through a combined use of planning, journaling and reading of the occasional motivational quote. For those people, the stars have aligned in the formation of the Commit30 Planner.

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Created by Jenny Newcomer, the Commit30 Planner is a daily planner and goal setting notebook that is “designed to help you commit to your goals and dreams and design a life you love”.

30 Day Challenges keep you on track, focused, and improving

While there are many rival planners on the market, the Commit30 Planner stands out on its own because of its ability to help you not only plan, but accomplish. The idea is that you need to make and take small steps in order to reach a big goal. Living up to its name, it is designed with 30 day challenges that keep you on task all year long.

The planner acts as a habit tracker, goal setter, motivator, exercise tracker, meal planner, memory keeper and commitment inducer. Details of how the planner is used and customizable can be found on the planner’s Kickstarter page.

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Variety of features and extras

Commit30 is decked out with multiple to do lists (one for your life tasks and one for your work tasks), motivational quotes for each month, a blank note section for each month designed for journaling, note taking, etc. and a weekly calendar layout.

The planner is 100 percent American made and is being printed by a local print store in Colorado. It is designed to be environmentally friendly with FSC certified paper stock. The book itself measures 7.5 x 8.5” and consists of over 175 pages.

Through the Kickstarter page, there is an option for a downloadable PDF that you can print yourself. According to the site, “Commit30 – is about action: small, one-step-at-a-time efforts that turn into life fulfilling dreams”. While doing this, you are also keeping your life organized and on-track.

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Staff Writer, Taylor Leddin is a publicist and freelance writer for a number of national outlets. She was featured on Thrive Global as a successful woman in journalism, and is the editor-in-chief of The Tidbit. Taylor resides in Chicago and has a Bachelor in Communication Studies from Illinois State University.

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