I’ll be the first person to admit that I have a bit of a problem when it comes to planners/notepads/post-it notes/pens/stationary of any kind. And I’m working really hard to overcome my obsession. So, I’m not saying that I’m indulging in the stationary world, no.
I’m just saying that if I were to indulge, these are what I would choose:
Kikki K A5 Weekly Diary (in charcoal grey) – £24 (+ shipping)
This planner is what I use at the moment, but obviously the 2016 version. I love the layout and I really love the pocket in the back that I use to store ALL OF MY PLANNING STICKERS. I could live without all the extra Notes/Websites/Movies/Books/Expenses/Addresses pages in the back though. Seriously, who writes down addresses or websites?
The Erin Condren Life Planner – about $55 minimum but that soon soars once you start customising and adding accessories (+ £too much to ship to the UK)
This planner. Well, where do I start? You can basically customise every inch of its being. It is beautiful and so nicely laid out. I could live without all the floral covers (obviously, all the covers I like you have to pay extra for!) and I could live without all those cheery quotes at the beginning of each month. But I imagine this planner would help me be in control of my life.
The Happiness Planner – £47.96 (+ shipping)
This is quite pricey but if you need a pick-me-up and help focusing on your goals, this planner is everything.
Leuchtturm1917 A5 Weekly Planner – £17.50 (+ shipping)
I had never heard of this brand before until I was given this diary for Christmas 2 years ago, and I fell in love with it. I have never had a sleeker planner before! It has a handful of blank note pages in the back but other than that it only has WHAT I NEED. Which is a diary and a pocket for STICKERS. The layout is beautiful, it feels beautiful and it makes you look beautiful*.
*not actually a brand guarantee but that doesn’t matter because you look beautiful anyway.
Paperchase Agenzio Medium 2017 Diary – £12 (+ shipping if you don’t live near a Paperchase)
How could I not include my true love, Paperchase, in this list? This planner is looking like the one I will end up purchasing for next year. It’s only £12 and the pages leave loads of room for making lists. If I was still making lists. Which I’m not. Because I’m breaking that habit.
But anyway, it’s only October. It’t not like I’m actually considering buying a planner for 2017 already. That would be crazy.
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