I hate notebooks that fall apart. Also hate notebooks that don't lay flat. Yeah they look nice and neat in photos but they're terrible to use in real life.
I wanted to address some of those problems with Snowball
1. 16 weeks
16 weeks is a nice chunk of time. A LOT can get done in that time. I think of Snowball as a tool to help you do more and achieve more. It's great for periods of time when you really need to focus (like the 16 weeks leading up to summer to get them abs ya know?).
Use it however suits you best. That could be planning all year round, or maybe you pull off 16 week bursts a few times a year or even use it in 4 week increments throughout the year. You do you homie.
No big bulky workbook here. It's small and compact and that helps with a couple things.
-The small size makes it easy to carry around and it'll easily fit in your bag.
-I didn't have extra space to throw in random boxes and questions to fill out. It's stripped down to the basic and most important items to fill out and that's it.
-It's quick. No sense in spending half your day in your workbook. It's a tool but shouldn't take up all your time. More about this here.
3. Wire-O binding
This isn't your 5th grade wide ruled 99cent cheap spiral binding. This is the real deal. The champ of bindings. Sturdy, solid, and it give a nice classic look. And by it's nature it lays flat. Journals that don't lay flat suck. Have you tried writing in them? The worst. Flat pieces of paper don't suck. It's not even up for debate.