Let me preface this by saying I am a planner addict. I normally have two or three at any given time and yes I use them all. So when Shannon contacted me in regards to possibly reviewing her 2017 Magical Manifesting Diary I jumped at the opportunity.
I received it right before Christmas so I had to put it on the back burner until the holidays were over. Once I had some free time though I jumped at the opportunity to start using the 2017 Magical Manifesting Diary.
I love that this Diary is a mix of a planner and journal. I am a big list maker and always have been so one of my favorite parts is the Bucket List.
Each week there is a weekly wisdom section. It will help to ground and center you as well as inspire you for the week to come. The weekly wisdom section is followed by the Bucket list Moments. This section will help you to keep track of your bucket lists adventures, your progress, thoughts and feelings.
At the end of the month there is even more goodness and tips to help you create a mindful and magical life.
This diary/planner is black and white on the inside which I love. The stunning illustrations created by Natalie O’Brien are whimsical and fun. The illustrations can easily be colored in if you want to add color to the diary. Just add your favorite pens or markers and get to it! My favorites are Staedtler Triplus Fineliners and Stabilo Fine Pens.
The layout and interior color scheme while clean and simple are beautifully done and will help your creative juices start flowing. It is the perfect size (A5) to easily take with you not matter where you are headed. It is bound with a thick black coil that seems to hold up really well.
Final Thoughts on the Magical Manifesting Diary
Overall I love my 2017 Magical Manifesting Diary and I can’t wait to put it to good use this year as our family works to our word of the year Thrive.
The 2017 Magical Manifesting Diary makes the perfect gift for a friend, family member, or even yourself. You can find it at Erthn Australia’s Etsy Page.
*Disclaimer: I was sent a copy of the diary free of charge, but was under no obligation to provide a review.
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