Mål Paper: Daily Goal Setter Review

Last year I received a bullet journal style diary for my birthday and I absolutely loved it!! I can hand on heart say I’ve used it every day since, so when my birthday month began to loom on the horizon I knew I was coming to the end of my current diary, and what better timing as I was recently sent the Mål Paper daily goal setter to try. I’ve only been using it for around 2 weeks, but I’ve really enjoyed using it so far!

The daily goal setter aims to ‘make your goals clearer and help you be more productive‘ which is definitely something I need help with. At the start of the journal there is a series of cheat sheets which tell you how to set goals and keep them SMART, and sets out a morning, evening, weekly and monthly routines for best use of the journal.

There’s then a goal section where you can write long-term, medium-term and short-term goals. I haven’t yet written down all my goals but I think this will be really useful as I’m trying to set more goals for myself.

There’s also weekly and daily review spreads. The weekly sections have space to write the tasks you need to complete this week, and you can review and rate your week out of 10. The daily sections have space to write 3 things to be grateful for today, your daily affirmation, tasks you need to complete this day, great things that happened and again, rate your day out of 10.

At the back is a notes section which I’ve found to be useful so far. Like many people I’m a little obsessed with Mrs Hinch and hinching at the minute, so I find this section useful for writing down my cleaning lists (daily, weekly, monthly), which I then certain tasks into my daily spread.

Inside the faux leather cover is 256 pages, which is supposed to last you 6 months.  There are 2 Ribbon Dividers which are useful for marking your weekly and daily pages, and there is a document holder at the back. On most of the pages there are inspirational quotes which is a really nice touch.

Overall, I’ve really enjoyed using this daily goal setter, and I think it will really help me get more organised, and also inspire me to be a little bit more positive. The only drawback is the price. It costs £20.95 which I think is well worth what you get, but it is an investment and is probably more than I would normally spend on a journal.


I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, Mål Paper! 


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