Start Where You Are Week-at-a-Glance Diary by Meera Lee Patel

Start Where You Are Week-at-a-Glance Diary
Meera Lee Patel
June 13, 2017

In her journal Start Where You Are, Meera Lee Patel helped readers look inward to discover their dreams and navigate the confusion and chaos of daily life. This planner represents the next step in the process-- a tool both newcomers and Meera's existing audience can use to plot out the practical steps, day-by-day, week-by-week, of accomplishing those dreams. This perpetual week-at-a-glance diary features illustrations and patterns created from the existing art that add visually vibrant inspiration and encouragement to appointments and deadlines.

As a paper & pen planner gal this little book is right up my alley!  I love the size (only about 5″x8″), the texture of the cover and paper, the large writing space, and the beautiful artwork that is located throughout the pages.  Every month starts with a beautiful quote and unique artwork done by Meera Lee Patel.  There are lots of little added touches throughout — such as a place for important dates and goals.  The last few pages include a spot for birthdays, contacts, and even a conversion chart.  This diary is undated, which is really awesome because you can start it at any time!  I would recommend this cute little diary to anyone who likes to keep their appointments on paper.




P.S. Start Where You Are Week-at-a-Glance Diary by Meera Lee Patel was sent to me from Blogging for Books for review.  All opinions are solely mine and I was not paid for this review.

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  1. Umm.. as a planner girl myself, this looks amazing! I’ll have to check it out!! I was reading your blog about the new way to do book reviews with the new feature. How is it working for you? I need to look into that since I find the same problems with posting book reviews! Book reviews have their own blog though, this way authors can just check out my book reviews without looking through all my random posts. 🙂 It’s if you want to see what I’ve been reading. Not much lately. I’m reading the Outlander series, have you read or heard about it?

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