Starter Kit Buyer Guide. timeforplanning.com

Starter Kit Buyer Guide

Starter Kit Buyer Guide. timeforplanning.com

This is a buyer guide for the items that you should have in your starter kit.

Setting up a starter kit is super important when you are a beginner at planning. It is important to have the necessary tools, but not to go overboard (at least not in the beginning).

This starter kit will have minimal suggestions because I don’t want to overwhelm you with supplies.  

I encourage you to start with the basics and maybe the tools.  Later, you can choose from the Add-On Packages.

The main two items that you will need are a notebook and a pen. It really is that simple.

So let’s begin with those two items.

The Starter Kit Necessities

Notebook

Composition Notebook with Square Grid Pages

Moleskine Hard Cover A5 size with Dot Grid Pages

Leuchtturm 1917 Medium with Dot Grid Pages

Rhodia Black WebNotebook with Dot Grid Pages

Pen

Bic Atlantis Ultra Comfort Ball Pen

PaperMate InkJoy Ballpoint Blue Ink

There are also a few basic tools that will be beneficial in a starter kit.  

Tools

Ruler

Double-Sided Tape

Scissors

 

Add-On Package A

Sticky Notes

Flags

Labels

Add-On Package B

Highlighters 

Washi Tape

Stickers

Further Reading:

How to Get Started Planning & Practice Planner

Visit the Start Here page for more categories.

P.S. I am here to help you…Contact Me!

Christina Davis

I am unbelievably excited about the TFP Group! I am doing this for YOU! I have used various types of planners, inserts, and supplies. Some might say I am obsessed with personal development; specifically time management, because I can't get more time or get wasted time back. Managing responsibilities and happiness (or contentment) are equally important. So naturally, I want to help you discover how to do the same! Contact Me and let me know how I can help you!

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