Can I get a do-over for December? I feel so far behind and am in total denial that we’re already half a month into the new year. Maybe one of these guys can give me a push in the right direction fro 2012.

Jessica Hische’s Today is the Day Pocket Planner


Letter C Design’s weekly planner


POKETO’s Tomorrow Planner


Postalco’s Pressed Cotton Calendar


Present&Correct’s Envelope Journal

6 Comments on “Planning”

  • adele

    Totally in love with the 1st one xoxo

    01-17-12 » 11:12 am »

  • Bianca

    I feel the same exact way — everyone is in the middle of their resolutions and I just can’t get into the spirit of January! I love the fourth planner!

    01-17-12 » 11:35 am »

  • Ambyr

    As much as I love planning in my head, I decided the other day that I need to sit down and focus on a physical list. So, I sat down, in front of a Word document and started to bullet point a list. Then I’d attempt to switch over to the internet to research my ideas. I had to stop myself, so I could complete the list before starting the tasks. Yes, basically, I need a physical planner, so I’m not distracted with the internet. #LetsGetMotivated


    01-17-12 » 11:45 am »

  • Joshua SMITH

    The best planner I’ve found by far is Moleskine (http://www.moleskine.com/fr/). I’ve been using it for 2 years now.

    01-17-12 » 1:37 pm »

  • rooth

    I used to have a planner when I was in high school – today it’s just Microsoft Outlook. Maybe I need to go back to paper…

    01-17-12 » 8:42 pm »

  • make it & fake it

    I LOVE the fist red book!! thats amazing i need. it. now.! Pinning it as we speak!

    love K

    01-18-12 » 2:47 am »

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