In our quest to find the perfect planner for your ADHD brain, we will look at the Passion Planner today.

I grabbed this one because I loved the rainbow ombre cover. It is a soft, faux leather cover that is nice to the touch. The Passion Planner logo on the front and the quote on the back are holographic foil.

I ordered the medium (approximately 7×10). It is also available in small (approximately 6×8) and large (approximately 8×11). I like the medium size because it’s small enough to carry with you but large enough to write in. I sometimes feel the smaller ones are hard for my handwriting. The medium, undated planner is $52.99.

You can check it out here.

It has a pink elastic strap, one green ribbon bookmark, and a pocket in the back. Unlike most pockets, the pocket is fabric, not paper. There is no pen loop. In the pocket are two large, round stickers and five sticker sheets. Only one sticker sheet is functional; the rest are decorative. The paper is 120 gsm and should hold up to your usual pens and highlighters. The paper is quite smooth to the touch, so some dry time may be needed. 

I also ordered monthly tabs and date stickers. These would both be helpful with an undated planner. 

Now, to dig into the planning pages!

As with all planners, we start without a nameplate. Passion Planner also includes a line for your email and reward. Does anyone ever write a reward there? If so, have you ever had to pay someone when you’ve lost your planner? I don’t usually take my planner places, so this has never been an issue. 

Next, we have a how you will benefit and a welcome page. Following that is a how to use page. I appreciate that this is a “simple 4-step guide”. This is much more palatable than the booklet and many instruction pages with the Law of Attraction planner. Turning the page, we have the passion roadmap where you can dream big and plan your goals.

This undated version comes with mini calendars for 2023 to 2026. There isn’t room to write any future plans. You could highlight or use transparent dots to mark dates. There’s not a lot of room for a key, but you could add it around the years above the calendar sections.  

We start with the monthly calendars. As you can see, I went with the undated Monday start. You can also get it as a Sunday start. On the left hand side bar, you can write in your personal and work focus, people to see, places to go, and things to learn. Similar to the Law of Attraction, the page is split with the bottom third having personal and work projects and a blank space for a mindmap. You could use that for notes or any other important info you want to have at hand. 

The month view has six rows, so you won’t need to wonder if all the days will fit. I appreciate it when undated planners have six rows instead of five. The rectangles for the month are about 1.5 inches wide by 1 inch tall. After the monthly calendar, we have two pages of monthly reflection. There are seven questions to answer, and then you can rate your month on a scale of 1-10. There is also an end-of-the-month checklist. 

The undated Passion Planner frontloads all 12 months. After six months, there is a mid-year roadmap. This way, you can make sure you are still on track for those big dreams and goals. After the 12th month, you have your monthly reflection plus one for the year. 

After the months, we get into the weeks. The lefthand column of ther weekly has this week’s focus and good things that happened. There is also a quote and a little challenge you can do for the week. The bottom third has a personal and work to-do list and a “space of infinite possibility”. 

The columns for each day are about 1.5 inches lacrosse and about 5.5 inches tall. Under each day header as a spot for the day’s focus. The columns start at 6 am and go through 10:30 am. There is a line for every half hour. Unlike the Law of Attraction, you can use the last hourly spot. They didn’t put a random water tracker there. 

After the weekly pages, you get blank and dot grid pages. There are 20 blank and 23 dot grid pages. There is plenty of space for notes, goal planning, trackers, or whatever you need. 

Overall, I think the Passion Planner could work for the ADHD brain. It isn’t overwhelming in terms of setup and pre-planning pages. Plenty of room exists to add notes and items to the monthly and weekly pages. The one thing I don’t like is having all the monthly pages at the front. I prefer to have month, week, reflection, repeat. I also prefer a paper with a bit more tooth to it over the smoothness of this paper. 

If you don’t mind all the months together and smooth paper, this might be your planner!

Would or do, you use the Passion Planner? What do you think about the setup and layouts?


Jenna Volden has a degree in business and has spent the last 10 plus years working for others. She believes it is time to start her own photography and writing business. She enjoys running, coffee and helping others achieve their goals. Gluten-free foods are a lifestyle, not a choice, for her due to celiac disease. She is currently based in Phoenix, Arizona.