2. Passion Planner, $24.99–$29.99
3. 8-Days-a-Week planner by Bob's Your Uncle, $22
52 undated weekly spreads, with columns for Monday through Someday.
4. Bullet journaling, free (plus price of any old notebook)
The Bullet journal is really more of a system than a product, but it will change the way you organize your life. You can adopt the system (outlined here) in any notebook of your choosing, or start with the Bullet journal outlined for you already.
Sold out, but sign up to find out when next batch is available here.
5. Unsolicited Advice weekly planner by Adam J. Kurtz, $14
6. LifePlanner by Erin Condren, $50–$75
You've got a lot of options with Erin Condren (which is good, since it is...not cheap), but you can customize cover and weekly layout (vertical, horizontal, hourly), and — depending on the model you choose — it comes with snap-in bookmark; lined, blank, and graph pages; pocket folder; and a wire coil dipped in gold.
7. Muji planners, £2.50–£11.90 (approximately $3.50–$18)
9. Mark's Storage.it pocket planner, £12.95 (est. $20)
10. Kikki.K Time Planners, $39.95–$79.95
11. Moleskine weekly planner, $15–$25.95
Moleskine are the queens of the notebook game and they've got plenty of options as far as planners go — but the weekly planner is generally the most popular. Formatted to show one week on the left across from a lined page on the right, it's the perfect mix for appointments and note-taking — with an expandable pocket for mementos and an address book insert.