I can’t believe that another school year is coming to an end, and we welcome/dread the long summer holidays. Over the past few days my brain has been in overdrive trying to organise the 7 week break. Being a working mum, I have to organise childcare for the 2 days that work, and thankfully my wonderful mum steps in. There are also days out to plan, meetings with friends to schedule and appointments to make. Thankfully TOAD Diaries have come to my rescue.
TOAD offer personalised diaries, planners and journals using their easy to use website, and I was given £20 to spend on a product of my choice. I opted for a new diary as I currently have a slim one, and what with kids, appointments, meeting friends, husband and blogging to organise, there is never enough space. I chose an A5 hardback diary which is the perfect size to pop in my handbag, and not too small where I risk losing it every few days.
The next step was choosing a theme for my diary, and it will come as no surprise that I opted for the owl design. They really do have a theme to suit everybody, including EURO 2016 products. If Wales get to the final, I might even treat my husband to a Wales planner.
With TOAD being an abbreviation of ‘Today or any day’, this meant that I could choose when to start my diary. How cool is that, no more waiting until January or the start of the academic year for a new diary. As my diary was going to help me get organised for the summer holidays, I started it on the 1st July. I also went for the week to 2 page spread so I can easily see what I have planned for the upcoming week.
The best part of the ordering process was the personalisation of my diary. You can opt for 2 lines of text on the front and back. My very first product with my blog details on.
My diary was with me in a few days and I LOVE it. I was really impressed with the quality, and at just over £16 including delivery, I think they are excellent value for money. Thank you TOAD for helping me to get organised for the summer holidays.
I was given £20 to spend on the TOAD Diaries website. All words and opinions are my own.