Get Organized For The New Year: 5 Planners That Get The Job Done
Between iCal, Google Calendar and a million productivity apps, it's never been easier to stay organized. But for all the good that online organization does, there is something appealing about putting pen to paper and jotting down your goals. We've rounded up 5 planners that are stylish and functional enough to help you meet your goals.
Ink & Volt Planner $40.00
This planner is one of our favorites. It has layouts that help you set yearly, monthly, and weekly goals with a flexible system to move you forward toward achieving them. And for those who are into bullet journaling, there are weekly journal prompts for inspiration, and plenty of blank space so you can adapt the planner to fit your needs.
Erin Condren Life Planner $55.00
Erin Condren makes the most beautiful and colorful planners that allows you to customize almost everything in it. You have your choice from hourly, weekly and, monthly views as well as a place to jot down your goals, inspirational quotes, pictures, stickers, and so much more.
Passion Planner $29.00
The Passion Planner is unique in that it has a Passion RoadMap, an annual exercise that helps you define, and create actions for your goals in 3 months, 1 year, 3 years, and throughout your life. It also has a "Good Things That Happened" section to help you stay focused on the positive things in your life.
Plum Paper ME Planner Starting @ $32.00
What's so great about these beautifully designed planners is that you can customize it with sections such as blog, wedding, baby, fitness, and budget planning. You can even add on pages such as checklists, to-do lists, behavior tracking, party planning, etc. Add stickers, customize the cover page and you're good to go.
There's something to be said about using the same type of notebook that Picasso and Hemingway once used. Moleskin is a classic and is as durable as it is practical. It's lightweight and not burdensome to carry around; it's also easy to write in with its 180 degree lie-flat opening. A definite must for the serious note taker.
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