I am quite impressed with this planner--I am really taking measures to take control of my physical and mental health by addressing several medical issues. The self-care portion helps to keep all my "health stats" in order and the agenda part lets me keep track of my medical appointments, my day-to-day obligations & responsibilities, and the schedules of my son, my husband, and my mother. In the past year, I had recorded all my "stats" in the My Agenda, but in the Self-Care Planner, there are designated spaces, so it's easier to use. I am a little torn, because I like the "week-to-week" view, but this won't work with the daily self-care part. I am glad to have purchased this and recommend it to others who want to be able to record their self-care "stats."
I was a little bit skeptical about the usefulness of this planner at first, but after using it for a few weeks I'm totally on board: it's a super like from me. Pros: undated so if you're busy and miss a day or three of tracking details you don't feel like you've failed, plenty of room to plan/record your day, I really liked that the structure made me actively think about the things I want to do to take care of myself. There are enough pages for three months of daily use, and instead of feeling like that's not enough, I actually felt relieved that I didn't have to make a long term (year or longer) commitment to a new type of planner. Cons: Uncovered spiral bound notebooks can be a bit finicky to carry around with you while not damaging the binding. Overall: already planning to purchase another when I fill this one up! Full disclosure: I am part of the momAgenda affiliate program, but I purchased this planner myself with no discount.