Considering the hyper-organized, type-A person that I am, it’s no surprise that I’m already excited to shop for my new 2019 daily planner. The feeling of writing down appointments and crossing off checklists really makes my mind happy, so I very much value the importance of a proper daily (or weekly, or monthly) planner. I went into detail about how I use my planner to stay organized in a previous blog post, but in short, I feel like if I write something down, it removes the burden of actively trying to remember tasks, events, or activities. Plus, I enjoy the “at a glance” benefit of flipping through a paper calendar as opposed to always having to open iCalendar.
So to help us all finish out this year motivated and start the new year organized, I rounded up a variety of awesome planners, including a few of my favorites. Happy planning and happy shopping!
Julia Kostreva 2019 Pink & Red Colorblock Planner from Target. These bold hues will be a welcome pop of color in your work bag. And I dig that this spiral planner will lay open completely flat.
Mila 2018-2019 Planner from Anthropologie. Well of course I had to include this Mila planner! A simple hard cover design that covers all the basics with a beautiful rose gold accent.
Concealed Planner in Flax Dot Linen by Sugar Paper. This LA-based brand makes some of the most beautiful stationery items around, and this fabric-wrapped planner is no exception. With sections for months, weeks, goals, and more, this concealed spiral option is actually at the top of my wish list.
Project Planner in Clay by Poketo. This planner goes beyond your normal year/month/week calendars to include sections for actual project planning with timelines. I also love that it has a notes sections that you can individually label as projects, tasks, ideas, meetings, etc. This is the other planner on my wish list!
WTF Planner in Hazelnut Cream by Hadron Epoch. A streamlined planner that just as much notebook as calendar, I love the cheeky lettering on the cover and spine. Also available in Striped Oatmeal.
Weekly Notebook Planner by Moleskine. If minimalism is key, then there’s no better option than a simple, black Moleskine planner. Unassuming and professional, this will always get the job done.