Folks, we're more than halfway through 2020—and although we haven't had too many places to go since March, it certainly doesn't mean we've been any less busy when it comes to work deadlines and happy hour Zoom calls. There's been a lot of mercury retrogrades and uncertainty, to say the least, but the one thing in our lives that can remain constant is our planner. Organize work meetings, socially-distant road trips, and self-care dates with these cute daily, weekly, and monthly agendas, below.
Immediately fall in love with Shinola's planner that can slip right into your purse without feeling like you're lugging a weekender bag to work everyday (you know, once it's safe to go back). Look at that cute ribbon bookmark!
For the non-procrastinators out there, try not to obsess over Rifle Paper Co.'s floral 2021 planner with monthly and weekly views, inspirational quotes, and sticker sheets.
Consider your agenda an investment piece and make this beautiful leather Smythson pick an office essential when it's safe to go back. It has a weekly layout with notes on each page and comes in three different colors.
It's no surprise Paper Source's beautiful watercolor planner looks way more expensive than it is, helping you keep yourself organized from August 2020 all the way through August 2021.
Planning more than a month in advance is overrated, anyways—especially during a pandemic! Allow Alter Planning Co.'s 30-day daily planner to remind you to take it one day at a time. This pick also makes sense for anyone out there who buys a planner with the intent of writing in it every day, but too often finds their pages blank.
What's the definition of "busy," anyways? For $5, you can't go wrong snagging this "Busy Little Thing" planner to help keep track of Very Important (Zoom) Meetings while working from home.
For the people out there with large handwriting *raises hand,* Blue Sky's weekly planner provides more than enough room to jot down daily to-do lists and a monthly calendar to write down important dates. Or, you know, just doodle.
Attentive-to-detail Virgos will appreciate this astrological pocket planner. Think: New moon intention journal pages, planetary correspondence, menstrual cycle tracking, and, of course, space for your to-do list. For those who want something a little less astrologically-focused but still check their horoscope daily, see our other astrology option later in this post.
Add your name and year (or whatever your heart desires!) to the front cover of Papier's chic floral tiger mid-year planner and make it your most personalized yet. It would also make an excellent holiday gift for your work wife.
Minimalists, rejoice: Write to Me's gorgeous two-pages-per-day Twenty20 planner gives you the freedom to jot down to-do lists and notes without having to run to your phone and write down the reminders that don't fit. Sorry not sorry, Notes app.
Ban.do's 17-month planner—equipped with plenty of stickers and a personality quiz (!)—allows you to plan out your work tasks and all of the fun stuff that comes afterwards. Socially-distant road trip? Check.
Everyone's favorite Moleskine daily planner is back (in lots of colors!) with its lined pages that includes travel planning, time zones, international measurements, and dialing codes.
For all of the color-coding lovers out there, Poppin's 250-page planner has colored monthly tabs along with a front pocket to hold notes, business cards (yes, they still exist!), and tiny items like paper clips. It's the little things.
If you're not into planning too far in advance, Urban Outfitters' astrological daily planner is here to help you navigate those tricky mercury retrogrades day-by-day. Oh, and you definitely won't have to worry about having enough space. (I'll see myself out now...)
This list wouldn't be complete without Erin Condren's customizable LifePlanner that will, quite literally, help you plan your life by the minute and increase your productivity. Getting your sh*t together officially begins now.
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