However, I don't believe I will ever stick with one single binder. They're like purses and you have to change them out often <wink>!
Earlier this week, I ordered a new Reflections binder from Michael's. Even though they are not expensive binders, I like them a lot for several reasons
Cute colors and prints - I own one in plum and in turquoise blue. The binder I ordered is a multi-colored striped planner with a pink interior. (Below; isn't it cute!?)
Inexpensive - this planner retails for $20.99, and right under the listing online, they give you a code for 20% off. I believe I got 30% off for signing up for texts.
Good ring size - Mine is pretty stuffed and I still have room to add more. I want to say they are at least an inch wide, but that's not an official measurement.
Binder Size - It is officially a personal size binder: 3.75" x 6.75". I use compact size inserts in mine: 4.25" x 6.75". Personal wide inserts would also fit in this planner, but there may be some crowding with your pen - but there's always a way to work around that! I like the compact size because it gives me room to write PLUS I'm able to get 3 compact size pages from one sheet of letter paper <grin!>
So, I'm telling you about changes in my current setup and I've practically written a review for my new planner that isn't even here yet <LOL>!
One thing that I've started doing a little differently is the placement of my shopping list. Not the list that I actually take to the grocery store, but the "Hey Mom We Need Peanut Butter List". Usually, it is the first thing I see when I open my planner: a little sticky note on my dashboard, but I found that I almost always kept my planner open to the current day, so I put it directly on the daily page. Such a simple move, but found out it worked so much better than flipping my planner back and forth to the dashboard.