This year, I decided to kick things off the right way with a new daily planner. When searching around for a planner, I was looking for one with one page per day and times written out. The other top contender was the Day Designer, but the determining factor was the price.
To start off this year, I wanted to be as organized as possible, especially considering my studio is a work in progress and my supplies don't have much space to breathe. When shopping around for a planner, I realized I wanted one with daily pages for maximum planning. Ambitious, but it is actually helping me to stay productive throughout the day.
It is spiral bound and has metal corners so it will last the year. The tabs are coated, amking them easy to flip through the pages.
In the front are pages for contact information, and very fun stickers if you're into that sort of thing.
The month view is great for seeing the big picture and planning out trips and important dates.
I love that the daily view has lines for every two hours and a column for notes. The only thing more I could ask for would be lines for every hour of the day, but so far this is working out fine.
Between this and the Day Designer, another popular planner, I went with this one because of the lower price point and quality is pretty much just as good. Not to mention the hardcover is pink! I would recommend it to anyone needing an extra boost of organization this year!
Here you can find it at Target.
P.S. Those letterpress business cards are from Dolce Press located on Long Island.