Down to the last few pages of your 2018 planner? Time to turn over a new leaf—or start a completely new book. If you haven’t found the one you want to stick with, or if you don’t have the patience to collect stickers to get one, keep reading!
Weekly planner pad: Ink Scribbler
1. Weekly planner pad: Ink Scribbler
This tear-off weekly planner is spacious enough for your to-do list for the week. Bring it to meetings, keep it on your desk or stick a page on the fridge—a good idea can strike anytime, anywhere!
Monthly/weekly planner: Muji
2. Monthly/weekly planner: Muji
The Muji planner is for the minimalist. It’s a no-frills, no-nonsense notebook that gets the job done. The combined monthly/ weekly layout makes organizing a breeze. The notes are easier to see—no need for a separate monthly grid planner!
Focus planner: Belle de Jour
3. Focus planner: Belle de Jour
This hardbound 176-page, fully colored planner is designed to help maintain focus and inspire with every page. Inside, you’ll find power words, suggested activities and tips to keep your eyes on the prize and reach your goals.
365 journal: Your Story, Kikki K
4. 365 journal: Your Story, Kikki K
Ever wonder why bullet journals garnered so much hype? Well, journaling has a positive influence on your mind and body. If you want to dive into it, start with this journal. Write an entry on every page or fill it with stickers, photos or mementos.
52 weeks journal: So Lovely, Kikki K
5. 52 weeks journal: So Lovely, Kikki K
This guided journal is filled with prompts and highlights to help you document your day in an orderly manner. It’s slim, travelfriendly and easy to bring.
Sunday night journal: Aurora M. Suarez
6. Sunday night journal: Aurora M. Suarez
The Sunday night journal highlights self-care and positivity. It’s designed to jumpstart your week with intentions to help set your priorities for the week. It’s customizable with no dates on the pages so you can start anytime.
Stay organized by writing down tasks or reminders. You’ll feel closer to attaining your goals while tracking your progress. Slow and steady might win the race, but planning takes the cake!