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    34 Of The Best Places To Buy Planners Online

    You planned on buying one earlier, but didn't pencil it in.

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    1. Dubu Dumo, an Etsy stationery shop that's a feast for the eyes.,,

    This five-year-old shop offers an overwhelming supply of planners and calendars (127 at the time of publishing), all of which are more-than-reasonably priced. With its perfect five-star shop rating and nearly 8,000 reviews, you might say Dubu Dumo is approaching Etsy royalty.

    Planners we like: Moonlight (left) for $14.70, Monthly Planner Memo Pad (top right) for $9.90, Sunshine (bottom right) for $14.70.

    2. Gilt, for designer planners that won't destroy your bank account.,,

    Gilt Groupe, the price-matching lifestyle website acquired by Saks Fifth Avenue in 2016, is a sure bet for finding a range of trendy brands at an affordable price. As for planners, that means you'll find everything from Rizzoli to MoMa Design to Rifle Paper Co.

    Planners we like: Parisian Chic Weekly Desk Planner 2018 for $19 (left), True Nature Forest Paperback Planner Notebook for $15 (top right), and Here's the Plan Journal for $20 (bottom right).

    3. Smythson of Bond Street, the quintessential "I'm an adult" brand for all your organization needs.

    You get sophisticated, luxury styles (calf leather, lambskin, silk, etc.) and a free pass to assert your superiority whenever you'd like.

    Planners we like: Mara Bijou Organizer for $435 (top), Mid-Year Soho Agenda for $295 (bottom), and 2018 Wafer Agenda for $50 (not pictured).

    4. Cavallini Papers & Co., for rare vintage prints that will make you even more aware of the passage of time.,

    If you're looking for quality vintage prints that lean on the side of whimsy, Cavallini should be at the top of your list. This San Francisco-based archive is favored by high-design shops, museums, and soon you.

    Planners we like: Vintage Numbers Weekly Planner for $6.44 (top right), Succulents Weekly Planner for $12.50 (bottom right), Travel Weekly Planner for $12.50 (not pictured).

    5. Dozi, a paper-goods Etsy shop that deals in cotton candy hues and cutesy shapes.

    This Etsy shop owned by Wendy Chung of San Jose, California, has 13 exceptional planners (at the time of publishing) for your choosing. All flaunt the owner's signature geometric and pastel palette. Over 12,000 users on Etsy have "admired" the shop during its 10 years of existence, and it's not hard to see why.

    Planners we like: Multi for $7 (top), Found for $28 (bottom), and Twigs for $28 (not pictured).

    6. Minted, where you'll score a one-of-a-kind planner from an independent artist.,,

    Not unlike Etsy, Minted is a great global marketplace of independent artists and designers. Unlike Etsy, the site regularly hosts design challenges — from which many beautiful planners have been born.

    Planners we like: Appreciation Notebooks for $7+ (top right), A Year in My Life for $23+ (bottom right), Rock Solid Ideas by Baumbirdy for $23+ (not pictured), Sports on Sports by Julie Murray for $23+ (not pictured), and Initial Note by Heather Francisco for $23+ (not pictured).

    7. The Paper Store, the store that's more than just paper.,,

    Paper Store offers a handful of planners from sorority go-to Lilly Pulitzer (look for the brightest floral cover you can find and that's Lilly) — and since this is more than just a paper store after all (apparel! home decor! toys and games!), you'll find many enticing rabbit holes to fall into.

    Planners we like: Lilly Pulitzer Gypsea Girl for $25 (left), Lily Pulitzer Fan Sea Pants for $25 (top right), and the Productivity Planner for $24.95 (bottom right).

    8. Erin Condren, a godsend for teachers, wedding planners, cooks, and — above all, moms — who prefer a customized experience.

    This mommy blogger-sworn-by brand is all about customization, meaning if you're not in love with any of the signature planners on display, you'll probably have the option of swapping it out for something closer to your needs. Teachers and wedding planners, rejoice.

    Planners we like: Petite Meal Planner for $12 (top) and Large Hardbound Lifeplanner Customizable Calendar for $30+ (bottom).

    9. Poketo, for playful, retro-inspired designs that feel very "LA."

    People said Memphis design was having a moment in 2015, but flash-forward three years, it's safe to say that that moment has yet to pass. One LA boutique that's really capitalized on this renaissance of postmodern-'80s style is Poketo, noted for its designs that incorporate squiggly shapes, gradients, and playful patterns — basically, things that'd make your dad say, "That thing?"

    Planners we like: Agenda Planner for $36 (top), A4 Monthly Planner for $16 (bottom), Things Planner for $8 (not pictured).

    10. Hobonichi Techo, the Japanese brand with an international cult following.,

    Moleskine loyalists looking for an upgrade — but not willing to let go of heft — might just find that Hobonichi is exactly what's been missing in their lives. The chic Japanese brand offers top-of-the-line paper (Tomoe River) for doodling with ease and has been known to surprise buyers with some delightfully zany free gifts like this mini buttered-toast plate and ballpoint pen.

    Planners we like: The Hobonichi Techo Planner English Version for ¥2,700 (~$25.68), currently the only style offered in English.

    Pair it with: one of the 41 covers available, including "Tori-to-hana" for ¥12,960 (~$123.25, bottom left) or $113 on Amazon and "Bird, Flower, Willow" for ¥8,640 (~$82.17, bottom right).

    11. T.J. Maxx, for dozens of classic spiral planners that are all under $10.,,

    If you don't trust yourself to hold onto a planner for more than a few months, you might consider investing in something on the cheaper side. Enter: T.J. Maxx, your answer to all discount-related queries.

    Planners we like: Brushstroke Spiral for $5 (left), Palm Vibes Spiral for $5 (top right), and Floral Spiral for $5 (bottom right).

    12. Kate Spade, which will help you balance work and play — or just give you a nice polka-dot bow thing to look at.

    You know the handbags, clothing, and accessories, but it may be time to acquaint yourself with the planners, too. In keeping with the brand's style, all of the planners on sale at the moment have a timeless but playful quality. Also, polka dots.

    Planners we like: Work Play Desktop Folio for $32 (top) and Gold Confetti Dot Party Planning Book for $20 (bottom).

    13. Nordstrom, because it's hard to resist that free shipping.

    The department store currently carries planners from many in-demand brands listed elsewhere in this post, including Kikki.K, Kate Spade, Smythson, Moleskine, Marimekko, and more.

    Planners we like: Get on My Level Large Agenda for $22.80 (top left), Time is Now Weekly Planner for $19.95 (top right), and Large Leather Wellness Planner for $89.95 (bottom left and right).

    14. MomAgenda, the company for and by moms that wants to make balancing the schedules of children less stressful.,,

    You've probably deduced what this brand's agenda is. Nina Restieri, MomAgenda's founder, is a mom herself and started designing planners to make juggling her four young children's schedules easier. The planners have since swept the blogosophere and landed a spot on the Today show. And, yes, there are options even if you're not a mom — you can find "day planners for everyone" under the "MyAgenda" tab on the website.

    Planners we like: Desktop for $12.99 (left), Personal Portfolio for $75 (top right), and Desktop Spiral for $12 (bottom right).

    15. Fallindesign, which offers the best of Korean design for an affordable price.

    This crafty South Korea-based online shop ships worldwide and promises 100% authenticity on every item you buy.

    Planners we like: "Living My Life" for $18.50 (top), Afternoon Weekly Diary for $19.60 (bottom), and Arcane weekly diary for $16.90 (not pictured).

    16. Baron Fig, where you'll find clean, minimalist designs and more than enough dot-gridded pages for your wandering brain.

    Perhaps you've been bombarded by Instagram ads for this particular planner, or maybe you've actually seen it out in the wild. Whatever the case may be, you should know that Baron Fig is quickly becoming a fave among millennial organization fiends. The company, which started as a Kickstarter project, prides itself on being a true community effort — taking into account feedback from "thinkers around the world" to arrive at every finished product. And did we mention there are dot-grids galore?

    Planners we like: Planner 2018 for $14.

    17. Omoi Zakka Shop, the stationery and lifestyle store that specializes in handpicked, thoughtful design.

    This Philadelphia-based stationery and lifestyle goods store — which roughly translates to "thoughts and ideas" in Japanese — is perfect for anyone looking to turn their desk into a place they actually enjoy spending hours behind. Once you browse the available planners you might fall down a rabbit hole of stickers, elastic belts, and pen holders.

    Planners we like: STÁLOGY 018 Editor’s Edition for $20 (top) and Penco General Purpose Weekly Planner for $15 (bottom).

    18. Amazon, because you already have it open in a tab anyway.,,

    You probably don't need anyone to explain to you why Amazon is an ideal place to do your shopping, but here's your totally unnecessary reminder anyway that when it comes to lightning-fast shipping and flexible return policies, it's truly your best bet.

    Planners we like: Twone Animal Weekly Planner For Kids for $5.48 (left), The Simple Elephant Planner for $19 (top right), Panda Planner for $26.97 (bottom right), At-a-Glance Weekly/Monthly Planner for $20.32 (not pictured), and Rhodia 2018 Large Weekly Desk Planner for $49.85 (not pictured).

    19. Milligram, a design-forward Australian stationery store highlighting over 90 hip lifestyle brands.

    Rated one of the "Top 100 Coolest Companies in Australia" back in 2013, Milligram offers the "cool factor" you didn't even know you were seeking in your pursuit of a new planner.

    Planners we like: Delfonics Weekly Diary for $26.94 (top), and Medium J Story Undated Planner for $9.98 (bottom), Terracotta Non-Diary for $21.54 (not pictured).

    20. Kikki.K, the Swedish stationery company that believes in inspiring people through design.

    Smiling avocados, pastel rainbows, polka dots, lollipops. Are you picking up on the vibe of this Swedish brand? Kikki.K, the 10-plus-year-old stationery boutique started by Kristina Karlsson, goes after "cute" in pretty much every item.

    Planners we like: A4 Meal Planner Pad for $9.06 (top left), B5 Avocado Study Planner for $15.96 (top right),18/19 Weekly Diary for $34.95 (bottom left and right), and Leather Personal Planner for $59.47 (not pictured).

    21. Of a Kind, for stylish products from promising new talents.

    This meticulously curated website stays ahead of trends by promoting new talent (including, as the site claims, "350 of America's most promising new makers"). Where planners are concerned, the site currently offers a hip, paint-splashed notepad from the design duo Moglea.

    Planners we like: Alma Weekly Planning Notepad for $14.

    22. Paper Source, which offers accessible designs with some pretty hard-to-beat discounts.

    There always seems to be some kind of big sale going on over at Paper Source. Did you miss the site's big 75% off sale on calendars and planners? Don't beat yourself up — surely, there'll be something else lurking around the corner. Oh, and there's an entire section of personalized planners. Did you just light up like this neon planner?

    Planners we like: Neon Lights Planner for $9.74 (top), Geometric Paper Bag Planner for $3.74 (bottom), and Rose Gold Small Planner for $4.99 (not pictured).

    23. Present & Correct, a treasure chest of current styles and old-timey gems that will put you in back-to-school mode even if you graduated years ago.

    Whether you're looking for design-y ephemera or straightforward office supplies or just some good ol' office inspo, this beloved UK shop owned by two graphic design grads has you covered.

    Planners we like: Classic Planner for £24.50 (~$34.67, top), Form Agenda for £19.50 (~$27.58, bottom), and Grid planner for £12.50 (~$17.68, not pictured).

    24. Anthropologie, for some upbeat vibes, because you could really use 'em this year.

    Why it's great: For sunshiny types looking to sprinkle a little positive energy in their day-to-day agenda (or the cynics looking to make a hard pivot in the new year), this clothing and lifestyle brand delivers.

    Planners we like: Melbourne 2018 Planner for $19.95 (top), The Happiness 100-Day Planner for $30 (bottom), and Blush 2018 Planner for $19.95 (not pictured).

    25. Moleskine, the iconic Italian brand with something for everyone — even Charlie Brown heads.

    If you're new to the world of planners — or just need something that gets the job done — the iconic Moleskine is a good and safe place to start.

    Planners we like: 18-Month Weekly Peanuts for $24.95 or from Amazon for $5.03 (top), 12-Month Weekly Notebook Planner for $17.95 (bottom), and Darth Vader Planner for $24.95 or from Amazon for $26.55 (not pictured).

    26. Spring, the online marketplace that wrangles all your favorite brands in one place.

    This relative e-commerce newcomer (launched in 2013) connects you with some of your favorite retailers for a generally painless shopping experience — many of which, appear elsewhere in this post including Poketo, Urban Outfitters, and Moglea.

    Planners we like: Marble Planner Arctic Blue for $36 (top), Weekly Jotter Noir for $26 (bottom), and Large Monthly Planner for $22 (not pictured).

    27. Trouva, the independent person's response to Amazon, which connects the global community with small boutiques.

    Thanks to the UK-based Trouva, you now have the unique experience of helping the little guy while also feeling as if you've just strolled through your favorite quaint boutique (without leaving your chair). Trouva's available planner designs reflect this experience; each are charming and wholly original in their own way.

    Planners we like: Navucko Foil Embossed Diary for $25.72 (top) and Arty Daily Agenda for $31.97 (bottom).

    28. Little Otsu, your new favorite spot for quirky, hand-drawn paper goods.

    If you haven't had the pleasure of wandering through the Portland, Oregon, brick-and-mortar location of this charming stationery shop, the next best thing is browsing its online store. Little Otsu has a good mix of basic and design-y, attention-grabbing planners from local artists that you've maybe seen before (but didn't realize) at a bookstore or boutique by you.

    Planners we like: Waves for $18 (top), Field Notes 56-Week Planner for $15 or Amazon for $14.95 (bottom), and Botanical Pocket Planner for $16 (not pictured).

    29. Michaels, your go-to for childhood school projects, is also a solid option for affordable planners.,,

    Don't be so quick to dismiss your mom's fave and/or your old stomping grounds for elementary-school projects — you can still find some pretty impressive options at a price that'll keep your wallet happy.

    Planners we like: Pineapple Mini Happy Planner for $19.99 (left), Rustic Bouquet for $10 (top right), and Funky Floral for $10 (bottom right).

    30. The Journal Collection, Wall Street Journal's lifestyle brand that is here to get your butt into gear.

    Did you know Wall Street Journal had a lifestyle store? Well, they do, and its Productive Journal — the multifaceted journal that incorporates the helpful practices of MIT professor-author Robert Pozen — might be exactly what you need to finally cross off all of those to-dos in 2018.

    Planners we like: The Productive Journal for $30.

    31. Rifle Paper Co., for whimsical styles that'll age well.

    This lifestyle brand, featured at many stationery shops (including Paper Source, mentioned above), offers styles that age well. Which is unfortunate, since these things only last for a year.

    Planners we like: 2018 coral for $12 (top) and 2018 Icon for $12 (bottom).

    *Both are 60% off (at time of publishing)!

    32. Urban Outfitters, where, predictably, you can have your choice of dozens of quirky botanical and floral prints.