A Planner is a Planner is a Planner,
except when it isn't only a Planner,
I haven't found one made for me.
The first half of the 614 page Schoolhouse Planner is homeschool resources, arranged by month, that includes recipes (including a dozen gluten free recipes), articles, facts, reference materials, hints, tips, & how-to's, advice from other homeschoolers. This section contains a wealth of information and idea-generation for me, and I will refer to it again and again, but none of that will go into my planner.
because I have another place for recipes.
Yes, I print my pages. Some folks operate from the straight from the computer screen. I haven't made that paperless leap yet.
Most helpful to me are the pages I'd call "non-planner pages" that are included in The Schoolhouse Planner. The homeschool related templates are a time saver for me. Nature journal pages, journal pages, book report pages, - I like being able to pull up my e-Planner and find one quickly, print it, and we're good to go. The reference sections are also helpful. No searching through the backs of cookbooks trying to find a measurement conversion sheet or a list of U.S. Presidents. I want to implement chore charts this school year (finally), and The Schoolhouse Planner gives me several from which to choose. There are a lot of forms (in pure wanna-be style) that I'd like to use that I've learned not to print until I actually begin using them.