10 Planners We Love for 2019

A new planner feels like a fresh start, but it's easy to get out of the habit of using it if you're not psyched every time you look at it. One of these delightful planners, featuring pretty designs by brilliant artists, might be exactly what you need.

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Keep in mind: Price and stock could change after publish date, and we may make money from these links.
November 08, 2018
By: Kassondra Cloos

Spike in Activity 2019 Planner

We love the fun cactus and succulent print on this softcover planner from Paper Source, which comes with an elastic band to keep the book closed and protected when you toss it into a bag.

Buy It: Modcloth, $23

String Tie A5 Planner Organizer

Instead of getting a whole new planner every year, go with something more sustainable like this reusable cover and notebook binder that allows you to customize your planner for your specific organizational needs. This cover from MYO has pockets inside the cover for pens, headphones or even your cell phone, and it comes with a binder that fits six MYO A5 notebooks.

Buy It: MochiThings, $38

Rose Weekly 17-Month Planner

If you need a paper planner to stay organized but it's hard to get motivated to use it, it might be worth splurging on one you know you'll love. Rifle Paper Co.'s Juliet Rose weekly planner, which starts in August 2018, is beautifully simple and comes with sheets of stickers to embellish however you please. The hard cover hides a spiral binding, which means this planner will lie flat when you're using it and the spirals will be protected from damage. Rifle Paper Co. offers several other styles and designs of planners, too.

Buy It: Amazon, $44

Wanderlust-Sparking Weekly Planner

Inspire a little wanderlust every time you add an appointment to your calendar. This bound hardcover planner offers enough space for each day to add short to-do lists. It runs from September 2018 through December 2019.

Buy It: Amazon, $10

Orange Circle Studio Hidden Spiral Agenda

Keep track of all the little things with this agenda, which includes pockets for storing receipts, tickets and other small papers. Four different cover illustrations are available, all embellished with gold or silver foil.

Buy It: Amazon, $20

Flow Diary 2019

Flow is the ultimate magazine for paper lovers. Each issue "takes its time" and explores the analog things we all love most in life. Their daily planner is much of the same, filled with colorful illustrations, plenty of space to write down your to-do lists and stickers to decorate the calendar spreads.

Buy It: Flow Magazine, $20

Bloom Daily Planners

Aside from day-to-day tasks and meetings, think long-term with Bloom Daily Planners's wide variety of agenda books. There are pages for setting and tracking goals for the year, storing website login info, important dates for the following year and more.

Buy It: Amazon, $17

Birds of a Feather Weekly Planner

The illustrations don't stop at the cover of this weekly planner by artist Geninne D. Zlatkis. The whole planner is fully illustrated with drawings of birds, insects, animals and plants.

Buy It: Amazon, $13

Mead Weekly & Monthly Planner

If you're open to being surprised, take a risk with Mead's weekly and monthly planners. You can choose the size, but if you order on Amazon, an artisan cover design will be chosen for you at random.

Buy It: Amazon, $9.99

2019 Leather Desk Diary

Graphic Image's 2019 planner is primarily an appointment book, as its days are organized by hour. This beautiful splurge-worthy leather book also comes stocked with useful information that may come in handy when you least expect it: world and regional maps, contact information for major airlines, rental car companies, hotels and railroads; time zones; currency exchange rates; weight and measure conversions and more.

Buy It: AHALife, $110