Folks, we're starting to dip into 2020 territory—and by that I mean we are less than a year away from another election that will make or break America. During that time, there are going to be a lot of heated debates and mercury retrogrades, and you're going to need at least one thing in your life that remains constant: your planner. Organize busy work schedules, vacations, and self-care dates with these cute daily, weekly, and monthly agendas, below.
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.
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.
It won't be hard to find inspo while writing in Minneapolis-based artist Ashley Mary's planner. The weekly and monthly agenda filled with pastel paintings has grid dividers, a back folder pocket, and even a pen that will help you stay organized through December 2020.
Consider your agenda an investment piece and make this beautiful Smythson pick an office essential. It has a weekly layout with notes on each page and comes in eight (!) different colors.
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 those Very Important Dates.
Immediately fall in love with Paper Source's planner that can slip right into your purse without feeling like you're lugging a weekender bag to work everyday. Look at that cute ribbon bookmark!
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. Beach trip? Check.
It's no surprise Anthropologie's beautiful spiral planner looks way more expensive than it is, helping you document life events starting from August 2019 all the way through December 2020.
Add your name and year (or whatever your heart desires!) to the front cover of Papier's chic leopard planner and make it your most personalized yet. It would also make an excellent holiday gift for your work wife.
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.
Try not to obsess over Rifle Paper Co.'s rainbow-smudged 2020 planner with monthly and weekly views, inspirational quotes, and sticker sheets. You'll receive plenty of compliments. Trust.
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...)
Author Jen Sincero turned her cult-favorite You Are a Badass (2013) book into a daily calendar, which encourages you to live your best life and stop doubting yourself—something we all need to be reminded of sometimes. Come for the mantras, stay for the puzzles and trivia.
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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