Christmas is coming: Personal Planner Giveaway

20131027-130705.jpgEarlier this year I was lucky enough to be given a voucher for a personal planner from the fabulous people at www.personal-planner.co.uk For someone as disorganised as I can be this was only going to help me, I’m notorious for double booking and forgetting people’s birthdays. I loved that you get to personalise every aspect of the planner, from the cover to the layout of the pages. Being able to have people’s birthdays inserted into the planner for you was brilliant and means I have a list on one place now. I am very happy with my planner so when they offered me a voucher for any sized planner as part of my Christmas is Coming giveaway I jumped at the chance, whether you are looking for a gift for those tricky to buy for people of want to start the new year with a resolution to be more organised this is perfect.

To enter simply leave a comment below telling me the worst person who’s birthday you have ever forgotten (if you’re super organised just tell me you haven’t forgotten anyone’s); then complete the raffle copter gaget below to tell me you’ve commented.

I also have another competion running to Win a SodaStream drinks maker. You can enter here.
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62 comments

  1. 3yearsandhome says:

    This is going to make me sound really awful but I never get my husband’s birthday right. My brain is convinced that it’s in July but it’s really June. He has to remind me every year.

  2. Caroline says:

    One particular friend. I had a lot going on last year and just plain forgot. Unfortunately, she’s one of those people who don’t tend to forgive and forget things like that and still keeps bringing it up . . .

  3. Steph @SeeingSpots_ says:

    I only really buy cards for family, me and my friends have never really done cards and presents. The worst mistake i’ve done is not buy my gran a card then run at the last min and buy one saying god mother not grandmother and then realising after i’d written in and have to give her a generic card!

    My gran always wanted to be a Nana but I wouldn’t conform and always call all my granparents and greatgranparents by their first names! so my concession is to buy her a nana card and I failed! she wasn’t happy!

  4. Danielle woodman says:

    My grandparents! in my defence they don’t live close and I am rubbish at remembering to send cards in time to reach them.

  5. ruby6918 says:

    my best friend fiona, who never ever forgets mine and is always really generous, her birthday is in december and i was so busy christmas shopping that i totally forgot her birtherday and im still mortified

  6. chickywiggle (@chickywiggle) says:

    it would be quicker for my to tell you how many people’s birthday’s I remembered in the last year. I love the fact the postal system is worse at getting things to places on time as they make it easy for me to say “but I definitely put it in the post yesterday/ Monday/ last week” (while secretly pressing “buy it now” on Amazon….. dreading christmas.

  7. Sarah Ballantyne says:

    My nana’s – she shares a birthday with my daughter and loves that fact. She never forgets Caitlins birthday but I forgot hers. To be fair I didn’t exactly forget but her birthday was a Sunday and I forgot to send the card on the Friday so it would arrive on the Saturday – that is the sort of detail I would put in my planner. I hate turning the page, seeing someones birthday and knowing I’m too late to post a card or pressie.

  8. Hannah Whitling says:

    I forget everyone but my Brother’s and Dad’s birthday, but the worst for me is a close family friend who has been there for me through some very hard times, I was gutted that I forgot and spent ages trying to make it up to her.

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