I don’t know if it’s a girl thing- but buying a new day planner makes my heart skip a beat. Flipping through the crisp, clean pages is a reminder that the possibilities are endless in the coming year! Call me old school, but I like to write everything down. Writing down goals and crossing tasks off my (endless) list keeps me motivated. Since 2014 is coming at us at lightning speed, I decided to post a few of my favorite calendars.
This Pink Weekly Planner from Graphic Image features month and week-at-a-view appointment pages plus pages for keeping notes on your daily activities. The planner comes with a ribbon marker and cream-white, gilt-edged pages. I love the hot pink with gold detail.
Poketo has tons of cute options on their site, but I loved the simplicity of this agenda planner. The Agenda Planner is divided by year, month, week, and even comes with a section for notes to record memorable restaurants, movies, books or exhibitions. Similar to other planners, this planner is open-dated so you can start to plan out your future whenever. The Indi Blue would be a perfect gift for a guy or gal.
I am so in love with this Rifle Paper Co. Desk Calendar. An elegant addition to any home or office, the Botanical desk calendar features twelve hand-painted illustrations by Anna Bond. The calendar rests on a unique and functional green metal easel and comes in a paper-wrapped gift box with metallic gold accents. Gorgeous.
The Day Designer is for all of you multitasking entrepreneurs! It’s part calendar, part organized to-do list, and part motivational tool. It features a yearly and monthly calendar overview, a daily planning page for each day of the week and even a place for daily gratitude! This is definitely going on my Christmakkuh list.
If you can’t find the day planner you desire, May Designs allows you to create your own! Simply pick a pattern from their huge selection of swatches, add a monogram or name, choose your inside pages and check out! I created the one above in less than a minute.
Puppies!!! I found this weekly planner on Mod Cloth, and its cover basically sells itself. Its vintage-inspired illustrations of pups are like a daily hug, even as you fill the pages with meetings, activities, and deadlines! Are cats more your thing? They have that too!
Which one is your favorite? Do you know a place to buy the key-utest planners everrrr? Let me know in the comments below!