Digital logs and apps don't always work for everyone's organization style — sometimes you just need to write your daily to-do lists down to actually remember them. Here are 12 daily and weekly planners to tackle every possible schedule.
This beautifully streamlined softcover planner allows you to organize each day as a to-do list or in a timetable, and it also offers plenty of space for goal-setting and note-taking. It's 380 pages long, but undated — perfect for living in the moment.
We adore this daily planner's pink speckled cover, but we love its contents even more. For those who think and plan exclusively in a list format, this option presents each date as simple to-dos, instead of scheduling by the hour.
If you want creative control over every part of your daily planning process (down to whether or not you want checkboxes next to your to-do lists), Agendio can help you build the perfect planner for your lifestyle. Whether your schedule is regimented or abstract, they offer a variety of formats to encompass all of your needs.
Start with the type of Standard Planner you want, decide your ideal daily (or weekly/monthly) format, along with the size of the agenda, and then tweak each section until it's as granular or as streamlined as you'd like.
This notebook-sized planner is perfect for those who like to start each week with a blank slate. Its monochromatic, clean-type, dot-grid aesthetic lets your to-dos and appointments take priority over extraneous flourishes. For those with their eye on the future, each monthly view includes a page in which you can list out long- and short-term goals for yourself, your family life, and for your community.
Moleskine is known for their high-quality notebooks, and their planners continue to be one of the most convenient and streamlined ways to run your life. This 3.5-by-5.5-inch, pocket-sized pick has a simple layout, presenting all of the days of each week on the left page, while the right side has ruled lines for note-taking. The book also includes pockets in the inside covers to hold papers and ticket stubs, a handy index, and a bookmark so you don't lose your place in those 365 days.
For those who don't mind carrying around a hardcover with them (or prefer to keep it conveniently at their desk at all times), this agenda from Sugar Paper is both beautiful and practical for planning out every day. It contains weekly and monthly views for every month in 2018 and plenty of blank space for note-taking, and it's spiral-bound, so you can flip it to the current date and never lose your place!
Whether you have a huge dream that you've been wanting to finally make a reality, or you're just trying to make little improvements to your daily life, consider the GOALDRVN planner your new favorite book. This undated hardcover helps you set and define your goals, break them into actionable steps, and plan out exactly how you'll make them happen. On top of that, its weekly and monthly views contain lists and timetables that you can use to ensure that you don't lose sight of your plans, even when life gets crazy busy.
There's nothing better than a planner that's as straightforward as it is stylish. This pick from Day Designer breaks 2018 down into monthly and weekly views, with each page filled with ruled lines, so it stays neat and organized (even when your schedule is anything but!). We like that each day contains a series of to-do list check boxes, so you can get that satisfying feeling of crossing things off.
New homeowners and long-time residents alike will find much practical wisdom in the pages of the Clean Mama Homekeeping Planner for keeping their house spic and span. Each page lets you view your entire week at once, and it includes a five-item checklist each day of little chores that can be done in a jiffy (or outsourced to your spouse or kids!). Beyond scheduling your work and social life, it also provides monthly reminders to take care of certain oft-neglected tasks, like vacuuming baseboards and cleaning window treatments.
The next best thing to having a personal assistant is using this hardcover 17-month agenda from ban.do. Complete with quirky-cool divider art, colorful monthly views, and even stickers (!), it makes keeping tabs on your chaotic workload a whole lot more fun! The weekly setup gives you plenty of unlined blank space — which we imagine you'll have no trouble filling right up.
Undated planners are gaining popularity, and this one lets you keep track of way more than just your day-to-day schedule. The top-rated Panda Planner includes daily, weekly, and monthly pages, all designed with the goal-oriented user in mind. It helps you break big goals into smaller tasks and lets you get as granular as you'd like with your long-term planning.
If you're not looking for a one-size-fits-all planner, then consider the customizable Erin Condren LifePlanner as your new go-to. The power of personalization is in your hands — choose everything from the numerous cover designs and colorways, to the interior palette and layout, to even the color of the coil that binds your agenda together! This weekly/monthly tabbed tome will help streamline your schedule, no matter what 2018 has in store.
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