Keeping a calendar is a critical if not essential step in managing your daily activities and prioritizing your time. It’s also a great way to kick off a new school year and 2014 (I know! It’s not that far off!) on the right foot. By logging appointments, events and assignments in a daily planner, you can reduce stress by knowing that you aren’t forgetting anything. When kept up-to-date, a planner allows you to find information quickly, prioritize effectively and schedule appointments on the spot.
7 Stylish Daily Planners 2014
August 14, 2013 · Comments are closed
Even with fabulous online calendar apps, I still enjoy writing down our household schedule in a traditional daily planner. With so many super stylish designs available, the tough part is selecting one!
Here’s my seven favorite, stylish daily planners for 2014:
Erin Condren’s Life Planner – known for it’s personalization (can add photos) and variety of colorful patterns
Jonathan Adler’s 2013-2014 Agenda – because the zig zag pattern rocks!
Sarah Pinto’s 2013-2014 Academic Planner – known for it’s preppy style and perfect for students
Lilly Pultizer’s Agenda (August 2013 – December 2014) - love the colorful, playful patterns and the large size. It’s a planner and notebook in one!
Whitney English’s Gold Day Designer (August 2013 – August 2014) – this super chic gold stripe planner is a limited edition, so act fast!
momAgenda’s Mini-Daily (August 2013 – August 2014) – the compact design fits in most purses, backpacks and diaper bags which moms love.
Emily Ley’s Simplified Planner – for those who love binders… this planner you build yourself based on your lifestyle and needs.
I also love this quote found on Emily Ley’s website stressing the need to prioritize and schedule time with loved ones.
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