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11 Awesome Planners That Will Get You Organized

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1. The Get To Work Book lets you place your monthly goals and weekly schedule all in one place. And it offers tons of note-taking space.

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Layout: The Get To Work Book has a weekly layout with spacious pages and tabs for each month of the year. At the end of each month, the book has pages for reflections, goal setting and identifying action items.

Get it from Get To Work Book for $55. It is available in two colors, with the option of it coming either bound or unbound and unpunched.

2. With its gorgeous cover designs and endless customization options, Erin Condren's Life Planner is a lifeline for tons of organization addicts.

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Layout: From two color themes to the option of a 12-month or 18-month calendar and several cover styles, you can create a planner that fits your personality and scheduling style perfectly.

You can even add your name or a quote to the front of your book for an extra fee — if you order it from the Erin Condren site.

Get it from Amazon for $59.99.

3. The DualView planner also works as an appointment book.

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Layout: It features both weekly and monthly sections and appointment slots from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. for each weekday in the book.

Get it from Amazon for $28.69.

4. The Passion Planner is the perfect tool to combine weekly scheduling with your long-term planning.

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Layout: The planner has a weekly layout that runs for a full year. It also includes exercises to help you define and then list your goals for the next 3 months, year and 3 years. There are also pages for monthly reflections and a time breakdown on every day from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Get it from Passion Planner for $30+.

5. The Volt Planner gives full attention to your goals, using a system that allows you to break them down into monthly, weekly and yearly objectives.

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Layout: The planner has a weekly layout and includes a weekly journaling prompt and a dedicated space to set your weekly goals. There is also a section to identify your theme for the year and document your accomplishments for each month.

Get the dated Volt Planner from Ink and Volt for $45. Get the undated Volt Planner from Ink and Volt for $32.50.

6. Go back to the basics with the Seize the Day Planner — which comes dateless — so you can start using the planner at any time of the year.

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Layout: The planner’s pages are in grid format, making it a good option for people who follow the Bullet Journal system for scheduling and goal setting.

Get it from Mochi Things for $31.95. Available in 2 colors.

7. The Simple Journal Planner is both pretty and practical — a good choice for people who want to take a more minimal approach when setting up their planner.

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Layout: The book comes dateless with grid pages throughout the entire book. And it features weekly and monthly planning sections for a year's worth of use.

Get it from Amazon for $22.99. Available in 2 colors.

8. You’ll have a massive grin on your face once you pull your life together with the The Happy Planner.

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Layout: Instead of being bound like traditional planners, The Happy Planner uses discs to keep the book together, making it simple to add to the book month-by-month during the year. It has both weekly and monthly sections, a mini calendar in the top corner of each weekly page and fun kits you can purchase to personalize your planner even more.

Get it from Amazon for $25.50. Available in 8 colors.

9. The Livewell Planner is one of the prettiest available and come in several styles.

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Layout: You can choose from a range of cover designs, either vertical or horizontal layouts and two different weekly layout styles. The planner also has sections for your goals and even habit and bill trackers.

Get it from Inkwell Press for $54.

10. The Daily/Weekly Manager agenda is made for short-term planning — for up to 6 months or less. And it comes in some gorgeous colors.

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Layout: The book has 2 pages dedicated to your yearly plan, 6 pages for monthly plans and around 3 months of pages for your daily schedule.

Get it from Mochi Things for $27.95.

11. Your school schedule may be a little easier to keep up with once you plug it into the Monster Study Planner — which is made for students of all ages.

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Layout: The undated agenda has sections dedicated to your weekly study plans, a daily diary and several pages for test planning and tracking exam results. It includes pages for 6 months of planning, with both weekly and monthly calendars inside.

Get it from Amazon for $19.99. Available in 2 colors.

Now who will never miss another appointment again!?

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