Sunday, November 20, 2011

More MMMG Goodness, now with pictures!

Due to the anonymous comment on my last entry, I was directed towards The Hach to help me fuel my MMMG planner addiction. Before I talk about the planners, let me comment on The Hach. I have no affiliation with them and I paid for my products so I feel no reason to say anything one way or another about them. That being said, this was an excellent company to buy from. My items shipped quickly and they even refunded some money to me for shipping. My shipping cost less than expected so I actually got that money back! When does that ever happen? Never! So, if you have a few bucks to throw around, visit The Hach, because they were awesome. I will surely be placing another order soon as they have some Washi tape calling my name.

Back to the planner addiction...I have no idea how I will use the 134 planners I have now, but I am going to give it a shot. I also ordered pens, because I clearly do not have enough of those either. When I am going to get my own episode of Intervention for all of these paper product purchases? My friends really should be stepping in at some point.

Maybe my friends and my husband view my paper/pen addiction as a victimless crime (if you excluded the damage done to my bank account...) And when I think about it, really everyone wins, because I am about to share some MMMG goodness.

(Notice the handwritten thank you note from The Hach as well!)

I think the paper is thin on the Planner.M model and the paper wouldn't be suited to fountain pens.

I haven't actually written in any of these because I simply can't bear to taint the pages if I am not using it. I hate writing in something and not using it. However, from the feel of the pages, the Past Present Future and Tomorrow planner will take gel pens and wetter ink ok, with limited bleed through.

Here are a couple of pages from the Past Present Future, it is basically laid out like a weekly Moleskine. There are blank calendar pages in the front and then some additional unlined and lined journal pages at the back.

Overall, if you are looking for a functional, undated planner with weekly layouts, MMMG is great option.

Lets not forget the pens! These are just standard color pink and purple ink pens (ignore the lighting issues, it is Iowa and gets dark at 2:30 this time of year.) They are .38 and really are nothing special in the pen department, but I liked the aesthetics and simplicity of the barrel. Seems like a good enough reason to buy something I suppose. I will probably pick up more in this set because they write well enough and I wouldn't be heartbroken if I lost one.

Anyone else out there love these planners? If so, let me know which one is your fave!


  1. I posted in livejournal with my fave already but I'll say it again, Draw Your Tomorrow! LOVE that planner, lol. The pages in it are perfect and I haven't experienced any bleed-through.
    I tried the Past, Present, and Future planner but like the Moleskine, it was too much blank space on the opposing page and not enough space for each day (for my tastes at least).
    That Planner.M looks amazing, minus the thin pages.
    I really want to do a mass order and just try out all of their planners! So many decisions...

  2. FYI out of all the school/office supplies you have and you can't hook me up...I had to buy a .64 cent highlighter from Walmart! Also I enjoy feeding into your addiction that makes me a horrible person!

  3. Yeah, thanks so much for fueling my paper/planner addiction :o( Must. Have. One. Think I'll try the Draw Your Tomorrow-how cool IS that thing??