Anatomy Of An Office #6: The 2015 Day Planner Roundup

Nubby Twiglet | Anatomy Of An Office #6: The 2015 Day Planner Roundup

“Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.” — Paul J. Meyer

Even in the digital age, I hand-write my to-do lists every single day. Surely I’m not the only one? It’s so nice to do a brain dump on a daily basis and know that even if your phone battery dies, your to-do list will live on.

Nubby Twiglet | Anatomy Of An Office #6: The 2015 Day Planner Roundup

If you also enjoy putting a pen to paper, I’ve rounded up my top picks for 2015 planners: 1. Kikki K, 2., 3. Moleskine, 4. A Beautiful Mess, 5. Russell and Hazel, 6. Typo, 7. Kikki K, 8. Kate Spade and 9. Emily Ley.

“Plans are nothing; planning is everything.” — Dwight D. Eisenhower

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16 Responses to Anatomy Of An Office #6: The 2015 Day Planner Roundup

  1. Wita says:

    Kikki K planners have always been my fave! But I was also considering “i am very busy” planner, unfortunately it sold out really fast.

  2. Lisa says:

    I’m so picky when it comes to paper planners because I know I will use it every single day! I love mine from Typo, it has polkadots of course :)

  3. Tara says:

    I have to write down anything in order to remember. I’ve never had much use for a planner but all of these look so gorgeous! Maybe I’ll have to consider buying one for 2015.

  4. Ashley says:

    I got the Day Designer by Whitney English… it’s kind of HUGE, but I’m excited to try it out. Nubby, what kind of planner do you use? Are you more of a pen and paper gal or all electronic? And, if you are electronic, what do you use to stay organized?

    I’ve been using as my calendar and importing my Wunderlist tasks into it. I’m kind of liking the combo! I’d love to hear your thoughts!

    • Shauna says:

      The planner I’m using for 2015 is the Kikki K one pictured in this post! It’s pretty stripped down — there aren’t a lot of extra prompts or distractions and that’s what I like most about it. I’m all about pen and paper, I like to look down throughout the day and have a physical list in front of me to check things off. I don’t use any calendar apps for client work, just good ol’ Google Calendar but it sounds like you’ve found a great combo for your needs!

  5. Elisa says:

    Ooooh, this post is dangerous for me because I have this irresistible compulsion to get my hands on every cute agenda and notebook I lay my eyes on! There is just something about flipping to a brand new page in a cute journal that is just irresistible. Like every time it’s a blank slate with a side of inspiration.

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