Best 2020 Planners

It’s time for 2020 planners! Ahh… all those fresh, new possibilities. The fresh packages of color-coded pens. The cute stickers. The goal-setting. I cannot even begin to describe how excited this season makes me! I’m so excited to share my favorite 2020 planners this year with you!! Here we go! 

Emily Ley Simplified Planner | $48

I bought one of these at the beginning of the school year, and I was really pleased with the design, size, and priority activities at the front. If you get overwhelmed by too many boxes and detailed lists in your planner, this one is for you! It is easy to carry around. The paper is of excellent quality, and the overall brand is just super cute and happy. Emily Ley also offers a few books that pair nicely with the planner to help you prioritize your tasks and set goals

Erin Condren Softcover Life Planner | $30-$35

After admittedly not being the biggest fan of Erin Condren planners, I have to say that the new softbound option has drawn me back to Erin Condren. I LOVE how sleek and easy softbound planners are to carry around. I love not having to worry about big, bulky coils. Plus, as always, the colors and designs are beautiful. The 2020 planners come in three different layouts so that you can choose the one that works best for you! 

Happy Planner | $21-$39

Even though I don’t necessarily love big-coil binding, The Happy Planner is one I can really get excited about! I am using the lesson planner this year, and I absolutely love the colors, the layout, the quotes, and doodles. It truly makes you feel… well, happy. These also work well as scrapbooks or journals. There are TONS of gorgeous planner stickers on the Happy Planner website and Michael’s (usually accompanied by great deals, too!). 

Panda Planner | $34

I recently discovered this planner and am pretty obsessed with it! The layout reminds me of a cross between Passion Planner and Day Designer. I LOVE that helps you cultivate a positive attitude (and who couldn’t use a little more of that?)! There are different options to choose from, but I like the pre-dated, weekly layout the best! I love that it offers places for you to list your priorities, as well as the day’s wine wins. ( hey, sometimes wine may be your win 😉

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Passion Planner | $30-35

Year after year, I check out (and usually buy) all kinds of new planners. I always want to be sure I’m not missing out on something that could be helping me keep my life together. But I ALWAYS seem to come back to the Passion Planner. I love the goal-setting exercises that the beginning and how they keep you focused throughout the year. The 2020 planners have gorgeous color choices. This year, they also have sticker packs and a daily layout!

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Planners are more than just a pretty place to keep track of your commitments. They are visible evidence of how you spend your most precious resource: your time. I am always on the lookout for planners that help people identify their long-term goals, and break them down into smaller steps. How you spend your time now ends up being how you spent your life. Make sure you’re being proactive and in control of your time! 

There are a MILLION other planners out there, and plenty I don’t know about yet! Please share them in the comments so I can buy them all check them out 🙂 

HAPPY (almost) 2020!! Follow Organized Charm on Instagram for all kinds of planner tips! 

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