If you know me then you know I love agendas because I love being organized and planning out my day. I have tried out almost every agenda, and I have loved them all for very different reasons. The one I bought for this year is the Day Designer, and I have been absolutely loving it because it allows you to plan out every hour of your day. I thought I would feature all of the agendas I have used and the print I would buy if I was going to buy it as well as go through a quick run through of what I like about each.
Plum Paper Planner: I loved the Plum Paper Student Agenda last year, and if I had another year of high school I totally would get it again. It is broken down by classes, so each class has their own box each day. It was perfect when my life was focused on the same classes and activities each day. I just feel like in college and beyond I will rather plan my day by hour instead of activity.
Day Designer: I have been loving planning my day by hour. Especially during the summer it helps me to stay accountable for the things that I have to do. It has a to-do list and an hourly planner, which works really well for me.
Kate Spade & Lilly Pulitzer: Both these planners are really similar. Each day they provide you with a block of space to write in, there are no breakdowns. This was great when I did not have much going on, but as I got busier I realized I needed more space. The main difference between the two is the Lilly planner is colorful and decorated and the Kate Spade planner is more plain and classic.
I'm going to be sharing how I organize using the Day Designer sometime soon, so if you are interested in that stay tuned! If you are interested in the other planners I have used check out how I used my Kate Spade planner and my Plum Paper Planner. I haven't done a post on the Lilly Pulitzer Agenda, but Dorothy from Prep in Your Step has so check out her post if you are interested in that planner. What agenda are you going to get for this year? Let me down below!