The Bottom Line
- Unique grid system allows you to plan by project, goal, class, family member, etc.
- Extra 6 month at a glance page, perfect for planning long range goals.
- Choose between academic (Aug-Sep) or calendar year (Jan-Dec) versions.
- Unique perforated mini to-do lists in back are cute and functional.
- Large to-do list opposite every weekly page.
- No daily planning pages.
- Not a compact planner.
- Unique grid system allows you to track up to 5 people/projects/goals at a time.
- The BusyBodyBook is full of little wonderful extras. Pull out to-do lists, pockets, a bookmark, contact pages, etc.
- Retail price for the BusyBodyBook is $17.95.
Guide Review - BusyBodyBook Planner
I can organize my day by project, goal, or as is usually the case with me, by family member.
It's easy to see at a glance which child needs to be where. I've even found it convenient to jot down the things I've delegated to each of my kids so that I'll remember to check up on their progress. Consequently, the kids aren't so thrilled about the BusyBodyBook.
"I thought you'd forgotten about that", my son complained when I reminded him about our deal regarding him cleaning the outside toys.
I may have forgotten, but the book did not.
While there isn't a lot of room in each day's box, remember that there are 5 boxes for each day, allowing plenty of room to record appointments, projects, and activities.