Make Lists, Get Organized and Journal Your Way Through the Year With These Great Planners
By Denise on December 20, 2013
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I am a list lover. (Those of you who remember the old BlogHer List Lovers group will not be surprised.) I make lists every day. Sometimes multiple times a day. I make them on paper. I make them in Evernote. I make them in my head. I am all lists, all of the time.
I'm an art journaler. Or I would be if I didn't have three dogs who eat all of the things and cause all of the things to become piled on my art desk. Oh who am I kidding -- I stopped art journaling before the dogs came into my life. BlogHer Conference season began and then my grandson, JMP, arrived and the biggest issue was that I had decided that I wanted to combine my list making with my art journaling and once I realized that's what I wanted to do, that was all I wanted to do. Which would have been great except that I couldn't find a method of combining the two that made sense for me. I decided what I needed was a Filofax.
I blame Lauren Graham for this. Right about the time I had the revelation about list+art journal = perfect world I was listening to Someday, Someday Maybe on audio and the Filofax played a prominent role in that story. A Filofax or some other type of planner was what I needed.
I asked for a Filofax for my birthday -- and got a puppy who eats everything, instead.
I asked for a Filofax for Christmas and got one. In fact, I got two -- and then ended up with a third! I've very much enjoyed my Filofaxes, this year and am sticking with them for next year, (though I've moved to a modified bullet journaling style for one of them.)
I made the decision to stick with my Filofaxes after doing a whole year worth of research and watching the #planneraddicts in the social media world very closely. Here are some great planners for you to consider as you think about organizing, planning, and journaling in the new year.
Image Credit: Jenna Hatfield
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