You Got This Productivity Journal (Gray)

6 Reviews

Productive people get things done by taking things one step at a time. That’s what this journal is all about—setting doable goals and breaking them down into baby steps. And having a little fun along the way! With daily doses of amusement, inspirational-quote stickers, and healthy procrastination games, you’ll stay right on-track.  

  • This 6-month productivity tracker is less control-freaky than other planning and dot-grid notebooks
  • A notebook that’s 50-percent goal planner, 50-percent daily organizer, and 100-percent all hustle
  • 6 x 8.5-inches; hardcover; 244 pages; 3 sticker sheets; ribbon page marker
SKU: 50248
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Logan U.
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I recommend this product


I've got ADHD and Dyslexia and have tried every type of calendar/journal to stay organized and nothing ever worked for more than a few weeks. But YOU GOT THIS totally speaks my style of staying organized. Its like a talking to a person who gets you. I'm in the process of naming mine.

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I recommend this product

Great but Improvements Can Be Made

It’s a fun and very unstructured planner/journal that I’ve grown to really love in a span of less than a month of use. I do hope though that one day they’ll add a pen loop or a garter to keep the journal closed. Also, instead of just pages of quotes for stickers, we can have other kinda of stickers that are useable (like small stickers for events in the day or affirmation stickers).


Longest time I've ever kept a journal

I was looking for something to record my days and track my life but I didn't know what or how until I came across this book and I love it. I don't use any of the codes or icons or anything else to do with bullet journaling but every day (or so) I create a heading and write a paragraph about that subject where it be what I made for dinner or world politics. Having a space each month to sum it up is very helpful and the empty pages at the back of the book are perfect for placing physical photos and mementos. Within days of starting the first book I bought a further 3 for fear of them running out. I'm about 3 days from the end of my first book right now and grateful I have them to start a fresh. I had no idea when I started in January 2020 that I would be writing about life with the coronavirus and the current political situation.


My FAVE planner for life, if this was constructed better.

This planner is perfect for people who want to try the bullet-journalling system but are taken back by all the work that goes into it. There is just enough structuring (fill in calendars, daily plans) so that you don't need to spend hours allotting pages for different purposes but enough freedom to really personalize the planner for your needs. The pages are a decent thickness so that my Papermate Flair pens do not bleed through. I appreciated the dotted grids for list-making, meal planning, etc. It was fun to pick out quote stickers each week - there always seemed to be one that resonated with me. Overall, this planner has been very effective for me during a very busy period of my life (full-time work and graduate studies). My only caveat is the construction of the book. The cover material is paper and scuffs pretty easily; the corners get chewed up in transit. The spine cover is rather flimsy and peels off. The bookmark unravelled pretty early on. I would repurchase this for LIFE if the construction improved and if KnockKnock created this with more colours.


Best planning journal ever

I have tried a ton of different journal systems over the years, this is the first one that is actually helping me. Other methods were a source of stress, having to book an hour a day to fill them out, remembering a symbol system, and god forbid you miss a day, everything falls to pieces!! I love the layout and the laid back nature of this page system. I don't feel like a complete failure if I skip a day. The sarcastic stickers are a huge bonus, reminding me to keep it up, but at the same time not take everything so seriously. My only complaint is that the spine cover came off after a month of use. The journal is still holding up though, just looks weird.


Trying to finish my PhD with this bad boy

I've tried multiple different journals to try and get my act together to get stuff done in lab and finish my Ph.D. Add on my memory issues and it's a whole other level of disorder. I always wanted Knock Knock to make a journal and I immediately bought one when I saw it was out. I love it - nice hard cover, thick sheets with little to no bleed-through, lots of space to write, great inspirational quotes, little's not overbearing like other productivity journals I've bought. With life changes, I have a deadline to finish my Ph.D. and I have no doubt this journal will help me stay on track. Definitely will continue to buy even after I finish school.