Picking your perfect planner Part 2: Daily Planners

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Welcome back to my series designed to help you find your perfect planner for 2015. In yesterday’s post I covered weekly planners. Today I will focus on daily, or day-per-page planners.

Day per page planners are great for people who want to plan and record each day in detail. I like to carry my day per page planner everywhere with me to write down notes, capture information and jot ideas as they happen so I don’t forget them. When used in this way, each page becomes an excellent snapshot of my day, and the book is a keepsake record of my year.

Quo Vadis day per page planners are long-time favorites of mine because of their spectacularly smooth paper and archival qualities. They also stay open flat, which is very important to me.

The Journal 21 day per page planner has a classic timed daily format. It measures 5 1/4 by 8 1/4 inches so it has plenty of space to plan and record each day. Other features include month grid and monthly column planning calendars, and refillable covers in a variety of colors and styles.

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The January-December Notor and academic-year Textagenda day per page planners have a new look this year with highlighted areas for the day’s priorities and notes. This unique format keeps your daily schedule at the top of the page, leaving the rest of the page open for lists, notes, journaling and more. Its compact size (4 3/4 by 6 3/4 inches) makes it easy to carry with you everywhere to capture all those daily details.

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How do you like to use your day per page planner?

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