Like other planners, you can use the ANEW Planner to keep track of your schedule, monitor your goals, and keep a checklist of items you need to get done. Unlike them, it’s made using dry-erase paper, allowing you to use the same planner over and over, year after year.
That’s right, instead of buying a new planner every twelve months, you can simply reuse the same one that kept track of your calendar the previous year. Simply wipe out all the dry-erase markings on the pages and you’re set – with a brand new planner to bear witness to your activities for the year ahead.
The ANEW Planner is a spiral-bound notebook that measures 6.5 x 8.25 inches (w x h). Each one comes with four types of pages: 12 monthly spreads, 12 weekly spreads, one goal progress tracker page, and one checklist page, giving you a complete set of pages to map out the upcoming days, weeks, and months. Both the monthly and weekly spreads are undated, by the way, so you can fill it in all on your own for fully-customized schedule planning. All of the pages are dry-erase, of course, so you can clean them out to start anew as soon as whatever you’ve used them for is done. Features include a hard cover for the notebooks, twin-loop wire binding, an elastic band to keep it shut, and offset space at the top to keep a marker on hand at all times.
A Kickstarter campaign is currently running for ANEW Planner. Pledges to reserve a unit starts at $34.