It's no secret that I love all things stationery, and of course that includes planners. I love planning out my days, and my planner really helps me stay organized and on-track with work and assignments.
I hope this post helps you decide which planner is right for you!
Maybooks // These planners are very customizable: you choose the pattern, colors, monogram, and inside pages. They are small, at 5"x8", and have soft paper covers, so they may not hold up as well as hardcover planners.
Erin Condren Life Planner // These are seen as the "holy grail" of planners, but their high price and large size means they are not always the best planner for everyone. I love the fun covers, customization options, and bright, clean page layout.
Whitney English Day Designer // These planners are also extremely expensive, and they lack the customization options of Maybooks and Erin Condren planners. The pages in this agenda have so many sections for planning out a day, from an hourly schedule to a to-do list.
Kate Spade Agenda // These agendas feature beautiful, classic covers, and they come in both medium and large versions. There is plenty of space for writing down notes for each day, but not a lot of extra space on the week-at-a-glance pages for to-do lists and other general notes.
Plum Paper // These planners are very customizable and affordable, but thinner than some of the other planners on this list. If you're looking for an Erin Condren-esque planner but don't want to spend so much money, Plum Paper is a great choice.
Lilly Pulitzer Agenda // I'll admit that I'm a bit biased because I use a Lilly Pulitzer agenda myself. I love the bright patterned covers, pretty artwork interspersed throughout the planner, and fun stickers that come with each planner. Again, I wish there was more space for writing to-do lists and notes on the weekly pages, and I wish the wire binding was a bit thicker, as it tends to bend and warp easily.
There are so many planners available, so I'm sure you'll find one you like!