I love stationery. It saddens me how little stationery I use now that I have my mobile phone and my google calendar (that I share with my family so everyone gets the notifications and can see what is on).
The one thing I do still like to do on paper is my own personal to do list / day planner. So at the start of the day I decide what things from my loooong to do/ wish list I’m actually capable of doing that day. If I don’t do this at the start of each day then, when I cross things off the list, I feel guilty that I still have so much on my list. By setting realistic plans at the start of each day, I get to feel good about getting something done, even if there is still heaps to do .
Anyways… I’m looking for a new agenda for next year. Here’s some of my favourites:
Migoals always includes goal setting sections:
You can’t go wrong with Moleskin (I like the weekly format):
Kikki.k is always good quality paper and clean designs:
Rifle Papers agendas look very classy with their tabs and sophisticated font:
I like the gold cover of this Poketo agenda:
I also think that Japanese stationery is worth checking out, such as these agendas from Milligrams:
Scratch and Jotter have these simple pads which actually match pretty much how I currently plan my days:
It’s so hard to choose. It’s so easy for me to waste hours browsing stationery, especially Japanese stationery.
The other option I am considering is to start a Bullet Journal, but I suspect this is something I would start and then eventually give up on. Or become addicted. I’m not sure which would be worse.
(Get started on bullet journals here).
Oooo! Thanks so much for the mention 🙂
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