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WhoMi Color-Coded Weekly Planner Review

The WhoMi color-coded weekly planner, designed by Nina Korelitz-Matza and Gail Auster, two working moms, is a clever, comprehensive, colorful, and finely detailed time management system. I tested the WhoMi planner and, overall, found it impressive and easy to use.

The planner consists of two main parts: a Who, What, Where section and a When section, both tucked into a clear, sturdy vinyl cover. Who, What, Where has four different sections:

When includes Notes pages, a full year view calendar spread over two pages, and a weekly calendar (beginning with December 2007) on two pages. It's this weekly calendar that sets the WhoMi planner apart from others. The top page of the weekly view is the master scheduling page, with space for morning, afternoon, and evening activities, as well as spaces for notes at the top and bottom of each daily column.

The bottom page has three colored rows for each day that you can use to track other family members' schedules, or to record special projects or tasks to do each day. If you need to keep tabs on other people's schedules, or need extra space for your own schedule and To Dos, this planner can be a useful tool.

Here's what I liked about the WhoMi planner:

And here are a few reality checks:

If you're a visual person who likes seeing things on paper and needs more space each day than most calendars provide, check out the WhoMi planner. It's clever, unique, and fun to use.

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