The pros: Did I mention it's pretty? I
The cons: Remember how pretty it is? Well, you can only appreciate that if you print it in color. That could be a con if a) you don't have a color printer or b) you don't want to spend about $11 to have your free planner printed at a print shop. I do have a color printer, but chose to have it printed because I had free credit to use. And since I was having a printing place do it, I had it bound too. The whole thing cost me about $13. I probably would have just done it at home and stapled it if I didn't have the credit, but I had it and it was literally expiring in a few days, so I made use of it. Other than that, there's not a single con I can think of.
The bottom line: I'm very happy with my planner. It provides me with everything I need, laid out in a way that makes complete sense to me. And it's pretty ;-). Oh, and did I mention FREE. So if you need a blog planner, I would definitely recommend the 2013 Blog Planner from Confessions of a Homeschooler.
Erica at Confessions of a Homeschooler also offers tons of other free printables from pre-k worksheets, to journaling pages, to short unit studies...and everything in between. You can check out her blog and find all of her printables at Confessions of a Homeschooler.
After March 1st, you can read all about what my fellow Mosaic Reviews members thought of the planners they reviewed by clicking on Mosaic Reviews.