Time management Monday: Which academic year planner is right for you?

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It’s time to buy your academic year planner to be ready for the next school year! But how can you know which planner is right for you? Which type of planner you need depends on how you are going to use it. Here are some tips to help you decide which planner will work best for you.

And open-format planner like the Scholar weekly planner is best if you don’t have a lot of scheduled events every day. The lined spaces each day let you use the day spaces however you need to. You can write in appointments, to-do lists, and notes. You can even do micro-journaling in the day spaces.


If you want a planner that can help you set and track your goals all year, check out the Life Noted planner. It is designed to help you break down your annual goals into monthly steps and daily actions.


If you have a busy schedule and/ or want to do time blocking in your planner, you’ll want a weekly planner with timed days like the Academic Minister planner. You can see your entire week’s schedule at once, and the weekly dashboards keep all your to-do lists categorized by topic.

For more sizes and formats for your every need, see our entire range of academic year planners here! You can click on each planner for more information, including where to buy. The 2019-2020 academic year planners are now shipping!


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