I love the idea of putting the map of the Philippines and a bucket list since I'm planning to explore all 81 provinces starting this year. It's interactive, personalized, and it is the kind of planner/journal that you want to bring to all your travels.
There’s a sense of community once you open it; like you belong in this circle that shares that same ravenous curiosity for the world. Of people. And the different lives that they live.
I appreciate the stories in it. It induces me to share my own. Unlike in a regular daily planner (which obviously the WTN isn’t), you tend to just dump your dailies. The mundane to do’s. You can freely do that here, of course, but you just can’t help but pencil in the off course musings. Your hopes, the fleeting cravings. The thoughtfulness that the creators did with this will inspire you naturally.
The materials used are top quality, from the cover to the paper. It’s a work of art, needless to say. Thank you for this, WTN team. You did something really special here.
With conscience, yes because a part of the proceeds go to a significant cause. With direction because hey, it's a travel planner! I super love it! I also do bullet journaling and I'm glad that this planner has a few dotted pages and it is undated. I can still customize my monthly themes.
I love that they came up with a planner design to be a companion for your personal journey into self-actualization. For me, that's finding home every step of the way.