The Tudor Planner 2017 Edition is SOLD OUT. THANK YOU ALL for making it so wildly successful! I am now in hibernation phase, getting ready to create an Academic Year one, which will be available to purchase by mid April. I’m working on sourcing new printing, so am gathering quotes for that, and then recreating the planner with the academic year dates. It will start in April 2017 and run through July 2018.
Scroll on down to read more about the Tudor Planner, and the other journal products that I’m creating, inspired by Tudor England (like the Henry and Anne Love Journal)
— Sally (@magog83) December 24, 2016
What is this Piece of Awesome?
Does the idea of spending a Sunday evening curled up with your lists and planners figuring out the week ahead fill you with a strange hard-to-explain giddiness? Do you love planning out what needs to be done, and when you’re going to do it? Do you long for a planner that helps you get it all done, having weekly and monthly goals areas along with plenty of room to doodle and take notes?
Let’s Mix Up A Love of Renaissance England with that, shall we?
What would be better than spending those Sunday evenings planning, and having a constant reminder of Tudor History? What if you could have a planner that would bring together easy and organized pages in Tudor fonts with a gorgeous historic cover? And have it be filled with history and musical listening suggestions?
Designed by me, the host of the popular indie podcast The Renaissance English History Podcast (you’re on the show website now – take a minute to explore and look around and listen to the archive if you’ve never been here before! I think you’ll like it) to be the exact planner that I’d use.
When you first pick it up you’ll see a gorgeous cover modeled on an illuminated manuscript. This will make it look gorgeous on your desk, but at 6×9 inches (about the size of a Moleskin notebook) it can easily go into your bag.
Open it up and you’ll see planning pages that will help keep you organized, simultaneously feeling like you’ve stepped back in time.
But then there’s the history.
Each monthly page has a quote from a famous Tudor personality, and a This Month in Tudor History highlight. Plus a listening recommendation for an English Renaissance album for that month (because my particular passion is 16th century music). All of the recommendations are in an exclusive Spotify playlist with the link so you can easily listen whenever you like. The weekly pages have events that happened that month in Tudor history.
The planners are printed on demand in the USA, UK, or Australia depending on your country of residence. You can order in US Dollars below, and we will take care of the conversion. The paperbacks have a glossy cover, on white uncoated 70# (105GSM) high quality paper. The hardbacks are image wrap (no dust jacket) on the same high quality paper.
Students & Sharers
I want as many people to know about the Tudor Planner as possible. And so, I’m doing a deal on the Printable PDF version if you share it. Here’s how it works: Share one of the images on this page to Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, or Instagram. Say something nice like, “a Tudor Planner, how awesome. #tudorplanner” Make sure you throw in that hashtag #tudorplanner. Then either send me the link, or take a screenshot of your share and email it to me. In return, I will send you a coupon code for $5 off your order. *starting in April when the Academic Year ones are available, I’ll start this again!*
And if you’re a student, I’m giving you the downloadable PDF version for free. Because I want you to love history, and be reminded of it all year long. Just email me a copy of your student ID, and I’ll send you the PDF. *This is an ongoing forever offer for students, but please note that I only answer the student emails once a week in a time I have blocked out for that, so please don’t be upset with me if you don’t get your download stuff right away.*
I want you to love using the Tudor Planner as much as I’ve loved making it. I can’t wait to share this with you, and hear what you think!
And seriously, if you haven’t yet, check out the podcast. It’s just a click away. I really think you’ll enjoy it.