7 Pretty Planners to Keep You Organized in 2016
Because it’s time to get your sh*t together.
The beginning of the year is a time for resolutions, fresh starts and, perhaps most importantly, crisp new planners.
Whether you're a veteran planner user with an arsenal of stickers, clips and other add-ons, or an organizational newbie simply trying to sort out the bits of your schedule that always get lost on your iPhone calendar, we've rounded up seven versatile options to suit your agenda needs. Happy planning!
Erin Condren’s Life Planner
Great for: The ultimate organizer.
Best feature: The heavy-duty planner is not only durable, but comes with several different personalization options — from changeable covers to custom stickers.
Plum Paper Planner
Great for: Anyone whose New Year’s resolution included both “spending less money” and “organizing.”
Best feature: Like the Erin Condren planner, the Plum Paper option is a sturdy choice with plenty of space for jotting down all the day's activities, but for a fraction of the cost.
Kate Spade Planner
Great for: The girl whose social calendar is too much for the iPhone to handle.
Best feature: This polka-dot planner is so cute it can basically double as an outfit accessory.
Great for: The minimalist.
Best feature: It’s discreet, it goes with everything and it’s totally practical. A definite classic.
Emily Ley’s Simplified Planner
Great for: A student.
Best feature: Each day is laid out with a schedule as well as a to-do list, making it easy to take care of extracurriculars and assignments.
Passion Planner Undated Classic
Great for: The procrastinator (or the person who’s constantly “misplacing” things).
Best feature: Because this planner is undated, you can start at whatever month you need. So whether you lost your old planner or simply don’t get around to buying one until March, you won’t have to lose precious space to empty pages.
Great for: The girl who’s always Instagramming her desk.
Best feature: The design selection from Poketo is bar none. From funky prints and patterns to a marble-mimicking design, Poketo is the best bet for all the aesthetes out there who care more about the outside than the inside. (Not a bad thing.)