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Last updated on January 24th, 2019

Panda Planner is a scientifically designed planning system that will empower you with the tools to take back your time.  Using Postive psychology and neuroscience founder Michael Leip develop a system that provides the tools you need to live the life you want to live.



The Panda Planner is more than just a place to keep appointments.  It is a system you use daily to reflect on the positive aspects of your life, set your goals and plan out your day. The Panda Planer is a monthly, weekly, daily planner, a gratitude journal, a habit tracker, and a motivational speech all in one. Instead of reminding you of what you didn’t do, it reminds you of all you have accomplished and everything you have to be grateful for in this moment.  Best of all it’s undated, so you can start whenever you want and don’t have to worry about wasted pages.  There are two versions the Classic which is a 3-month planner and the Pro which is a 6-month planner.  Here’s a flip through and my thoughts on the Classic Panda Planner which I received free for review purposes.

( Sorry, it’s sideways. Still trying to figure out how to record on my new iPhone and upload directly to Youtube)


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  1. I need to organize my life! thanks for the tips.

  2. I used to use a planner when I was working. I used it for notes from meetings, appointments, etc. Now that I’m retired a pocket calendar keeps me organized and a journal records the best parts of my life. – Margy

  3. Nice journaling d

  4. I use it for school and work! It helps me know what I have to do each day.

  5. This would be nice! I know for myself I would use this not only for my side jobs that I do, my Dr. appointments, church meetings, Bible study groups, squeezing time with my grandchildren , among a few other ways I can utilize this book.

  6. This would be nice! I know for myself I would use this not only for my side jobs that I do, my Dr. appointments, church meetings, Bible study groups, squeezing time with my grandchildren , among a few other ways I can utilize this book.

  7. I’m an HR manager for a large company and use a calendar and planner to keep track of meetings. My day is filled with employee meetings and with our team.

  8. Great tips! I know people love these. I rarely write anything down. I worry for the day when my memory fails me. 🙂 Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  9. We have a small business so a planner is essential. I love the tips!

  10. I plan on using the planner for everyday use. This would be perfect to keep me organized and remember important stuff

  11. I could really use a planner. Right now I use a regular monthly calendar that’s the main family calendar. There’s not enough room to write down all of the info.

  12. I use a planner to keep up with all our appointment, sports practices, games and important school dates.

  13. I have used a planner for years to keep my life in order. I like to have a physical planner rather than an electronic one as electronics can fail. I used a planner for all Dr. appts and events in my life.

    1. I like a physical planner too.

  14. Couldn’t watch the video today. Got this message. Even restarted my pc to see if that would make a difference, but it didn’t. 500 Internal Server Error
    Sorry, something went wrong.

    1. Youtube was down for some reason.

  15. I am a teacher so I use a planner every day for things like what to plan for the week. I also use one at home as my son and daughter are in a lot of sports so I can keep track of where I am supposed to be and what time to be there.

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