Yellow Positive Planner, Week One Spread

The Positive Planner + WIN

Today I am giving away a copy of The Positive Planner – perfect for those looking to get a bit more positive in 2019 and focus on their self care and mental health. It’s a wonderful 2019 planner, a bright yellow happy colour and full of mindfullness activities as well as daily journal space and weekly check ins.

I got The Positive Planner as a Christmas gift from my partner and I am really enjoying using it. It’s something to do for myself each day to help with the everyday overwhelm. I love planners and I love cracking open a new one in January to plan out the year ahead.

I’ve talked over on my Instagram about my word of the year which is MORE. I want to do more self care, more with my family, more for my health, more walking, swimming, dancing, reading, writing and more making our house a home. The Positive Planner is really helping me to get a little perspective.

So today I am giving you a chance to WIN The Positive Planner. The competition will run until January 31st where a winner will be selected at random. I ask that entrants are over 18 and UK Residents only. The winner will have 30 days to get back to me so I can organise the posting of your prize. Data will only be stored until the prize has been sent out to the winner. Please allow 30 days after confirming address for the prize to reach your provided address. Entrants are through the Gleam app below.

One Copy of The Positive Planner


  1. I like the format/questions – it is different from a usual diary which is left bland – I get days when I just don’t know what to write – but the questions in this diary will promp me into thinking more and writing more!

  2. I absolutely love this. I love journals and love how this one is set out and makes you think positively

  3. I absolutely love this, I love that helps you get a better positive mindset!

  4. I love how it gives you prompts and helps to set goals. I can never keep up with journals as I find it hard to know what to write. This is perfect!

  5. i love the layout and design also it would be great to have a space to reflect fab planner and giveaway thankyou x

  6. Everything – I love lists and goals and positive motivational speakers. So this fits in nicely.

  7. I like the little activities at the start of the book and the reflection pages

  8. I love the idea of a daily reminder to think positively – sometimes the daily grind means you forget to focus on the good stuff.

  9. Love this journal! It’s very motivational and would absolutely make me ponder and make my day a little brighter everyday!

  10. My partner would love this she’s trying a new year resolution of being more positive this would be perfect

  11. I love that it has loads of different questions to get you thinking

  12. I like anything that helps me keep organised and to record important things.

  13. I like the way it focuses your mind to be positive which I find really helpful!

  14. I love the sound of the mindfulness activities. I have told myself that this is going to be an extra special year and this journal looks a great way to keep a positive attitude.

  15. I think the evening reflection looks great and is a good way of thinking about the positives of the day

  16. I like the section for reflection. It’s good to look back and see how many good/bad days you *really* had as I think sometimes we forget the good days

  17. I like that it allows you to plan and evaluate each day. It can keep you focused.

  18. Ok so I suffer with numerous health issues and am ttc. the thing that I love the most about this is that I can track absolutely everything in one place, discreetly, and can keep track of my stress levels (which \i am trying my best to lower)

  19. im currently writing down positive quotes each day, it would be great to write in a journal and to actually prompt what to write

  20. I’ve never heard of one of these before but having bipolar I think it would be a good way to attempt to make each day a good day and also being positive about yourself at the end of the day rather than judging yourself harshly

  21. As an anxiety sufferer, I think this would be great to challenge negative thoughts

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