I’ll admit, this year’s planner started collecting dust once quarantine hit. As all of our lives shifted, I was literally flying by the seat of my pants. Rolling with the punches and taking it day by day became my motto. Now I’ve come to the realization that had I lived by my planner, I could’ve seen all of my 2020 goals come to fruition.
Planners work when it comes to getting organized, getting your thoughts and goals on paper and overall, just keeping your life in check. However, planners are not one size fits all. To get the most out of your planner, you need one that aligns with who you are and where you are in life’s journey.
Here are the top planners for every type of person:
Best Planner for Creatives or Entrepreneurs
The Passion Planner – $30
For creatives and entrepreneurs who hold down a 9 to 5, this planner will help you keep track of your day-to-day items but also push you to work out the goals and the necessary steps to continue fueling your passions.
Best Planner for Busy Moms
Page Eleven Planner – $40
I heard about this planner from a colleague at the end of 2019.
Unfortunately, I had had already purchased my 2020 planner so I intentionally pinned it so I wouldn’t forget about it for 2021. Moms, this planner has a meal planning section. Need. I. Say. More.
Best Planner for Beginners
The Simplified Planner – $23
If you’re new to using a planner, this one is just as the name suggests — simple. It features easy to use monthly views, but my favorite part is the weekly view that contains “My Day” and “To Do” sections.
Best Faith-Focused Planner
DaySpring Agenda Planners – $29
Featuring scriptures and inspiring messages, this planner is perfect for those who want to make sure God is front and center through all the planning and goal setting in 2021.
Best Planner for Men
Get Stuff Done Planner – $23
When I think about what my husband would want in a planner, this would be it. It’s simple and undated which would allow him to use it freely to jot down ideas and track personal and business productivity.