9 Cute Planners To Get Your 2018 Into Shape

9 Cute Planners To Get Your 2018 Into Shape | Kayla Lynn

Welcome back guys! Can you believe that we are half way through the first month of the new year already? Hopefully your year are off to a happy (and productive) start, but if you feel like you're in need of a little bit of help then this post is definitely for you! 

One of the things I miss most about school is doing regular supply shopping. I especially love shopping for paper products (notepads, greeting cards, post-its, calendars, etc.), and while I don't have any essay deadlines or assigned readings to keep track of anymore, I have decided that in 2018 I'd like to step up my game a little bit with my blog and publish posts more regularly. Which means planning out and scheduling content! It's the perfect excuse to go shopping for a cute new planner, so today I've rounded up a little list of some of the most stylish and feminine planners you need for getting organized in the year ahead (check out the list below).

9 Cute Planners To Get Your 2018 Into Shape | Kayla Lynn
Neon Lights Planner // Hearth and Hand by Magnolia Planner // Leatherette Rose Gold Planner // Blue Floral Planner // White/Stone Daily Planner // Melbourne Planner // Coral Cloth Planner // Blush Planner // The Happiness 100-Day Planner

I've tried to keep the number of 17-month calendars to a minimum (why is that even a thing?) but one or two might have still snuck on the list because they are so darn pretty and functional. You'll just have to rip out or skip the August through December sections (seriously, why?). Planning out a content schedule and jotting down ideas for new blog posts as they strike you is definitely one of the keys to staying productive and consistent when managing your blog.

Of course, planners aren't just for bloggers and students. You can also use them to track to-do lists, fitness classes, coffee dates, your children's extracurriculars if you're a parent, shopping lists. They're just an all-around really great tool for keeping yourself organized, especially if you're a paper purist like me and would rather keep an agenda on your desk or in your purse rather than using an app on your phone (ditto goes for reading books). Don't get me wrong, there's a lot of really great organizational apps out there these days, but there's just something incredibly satisfying about a pen and paper that makes me so incredibly happy.

So what are you waiting for? Pick yourself up a pretty new planner, take charge of your daily schedule, and own your 2018 like a #GIRLBOSS.

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