My Infinte Agenda Planner Review

Welcome to another post here on the blog. A new post and another planner review. Let’s get to it, shall we! This weeks review is the My Infinite Agenda Undated Planner.

Disclaimer: This planner was sent to me for review. All opinions are my own.

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What Is My Infinite Agenda?

My Infinite Agenda was created by Raquel and Katie as a “product with purpose.” The theme of the planner unites the concepts of daily and vision board planning. It’s a tool to help you focus your thoughts and manifest.

Another cool feature about My Infinite Agenda is that you have the option of donating to a cause when you purchase. Depending on the planner color you purchase 5% of net sales will go towards that particular charity. The options include water, Sing for Hope, The Empowerment Plan, and Days for Girls International.

Undated Planner Basics

  • Price – $29
  • Size – 5″ x 8.25″
  • Undated, Bound
  • 180 Days (6 Months)
  • Hardcover
  • Elastic Band
  • 2 Sheets of Stickers
  • Perpetual Calendar
  • Month on 2 pages
  • Daily pages
  • Multiple colors available: Blush with Rose Gold, Black with Silver, Teal with Magenta, Coral and Teal + Periwinkle with Silver
  • AfterPay available, minimum purchase $35

Note – My Infinite Agenda sent me the undated gift set which came with not only the planner, but their signature Infinity pen and their 2-sheet sticker pack.


The My Infinite Agenda layout is fairly simple. It’s broken into 3 sections:

  • Gratitude/Goal setting (short-term + long-term)
  • Daily planning (with monthly layout)
  • Reflection

The Gratitude/Goal setting pages are at the very beginning of the planner along with the My Infinite Agenda declarations and golden rules.

The first few pages from gratitude to goal setting plus your vision board are not pages you have to fill out immediately to jump int using the planner. It’s a gradual process, especially with a vision board as things change in your life. You can also use sticky notes in these spaces if you’re afraid of making a permanent commitment of putting pen to paper. Each section also has a brief description/guide of how to use the pages which will help you get started.

The monthly/daily layout begins with the undated month on 2 pages followed by monthly planning on 2 pages including prompts on short-term and long-term goals and vision planning. The daily layout has a blank space on half the page followed by the following prompts:

  • Today I am looking forward to…
  • Today I am super grateful for…

This planner would be ideal not just for daily to do’s, but to potentially turn into a journal and write when you want. Each daily page has a spot for you to put the date (month/day/year) and empty space for half the page. Use that space to write in your plans, doodle, or even add photos. The second half of the page has two questions for you to answer

The reflection section at the end of the planner is a space for you to elaborate more on your goals as they come to fruition.

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