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Frequently Asked Questions


You definitely do not need an iPad. My planners are hyperlinked PDF and can be also used on android devices in apps such as Xodo.

If you plan on using GoodNotes (my preferred PDF annotation app), you will need an iOS device.

Having an iPad or tablet makes it a lot easier to to write on because of the space and the ability to use an apple pencil.

But it is possible to use my digital planners on an phone too.

Luckily for digital planners you can zoom in and with GoodNotes or Notability you can still type in it. If you want to write in it you can also use a stylus made for phones that you can find for cheap on Amazon (though the writing may not be as smooth as an apple pencil). 

An iOS device, a PDF annotation app and my digital planner PDF. For more information, apps and getting started videos, you can go here to learn more. 

All of my digital planners come in 3 different formats:

Sunday StartMonday Start& a hybrid Sunday & Monday Start where the Months start on Sundays and the Weeks start on Mondays

I made a video on how to scan your stickers in GoodNotes so you can use them in your digital planner! Check my youtube for the video:


The download is in a zip file which includes multiple folders, find what you want to print and print the number of copies you want of each.
– These printables are formatted to be printed on any size paper (a4, letter, or pre-cut paper, etc)
– Just be sure to print at 100% or actual size

How to Resize Inserts: 

You can easily carry your planner with your everywhere since it syncs to your phone too! Since it’s always with you you will use it so much more!


You can still decorate your planner with stickers but as a bonus, you can reuse those stickers over and over again! So you save money there!


If you think you’ll miss writing on paper, there is a matte screen protector which can help you feel like you’re writing on paper.


✨9 Signs You’re Ready To Go Digital⁣⁣⁣
1. You have lots of blank planner pages ⁣⁣⁣

2. You never follow your plans because your planner is never with you ⁣⁣⁣
3. You constantly check your google calendar for your appointments ⁣⁣⁣
4. You use post it notes and scrap paper and lose them when you need them. You just want to keep everything in one place.⁣⁣⁣
5. You still like to write down things ⁣⁣⁣

⁣⁣⁣6.You dislike printing cutting and punching inserts ⁣⁣⁣
7. You like compartmentalizing your life but dislike carrying around multiple notebooks ⁣⁣⁣
8. You like moving things around and customizing your planner easily ⁣⁣⁣
9. You make a lot of mistakes when writing or plans change often ⁣⁣
Need more reasons? Check out my latest blog post where I share my 5 reasons I switched from paper to digital planning.⁣⁣

Not automatically. A digital planner is simply a hyperlinked PDF which you will need to write on top of. However there is a way to sync your Google Calendar or Apple Calendar to your digital planner with Zoomnotes. It does require some setup and time but once set up on the monthly, weekly and daily page you can copy those settings onto the rest of the planner. Here is a video explaining how to to do it: