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    5 Planners To Keep You Organized This Fall

    As the school year approaches, you might find yourself starting to feel a little overwhelmed with the aspect of either returning to school or doing classes online. 

    One way you can stay on top of your schedule is by keeping a planner with everything you need to complete for school, classes to attend and even social events. 

    Here are 5 great planners that will help you stay organized and stress-free this fall! 

    Erin Condren Life Planner

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    The LifePlanner™ is designed to help you reduce stress, get organized and achieve your goals. The planner features 12-month and 18-month options, with three weekly layouts to choose from horizontal, vertical & hourly.

    You can purchase it here

    Vision Planner from Bloom Planners

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    This planner is specifically designed to help you make all of your dreams and visions become a reality! Each month prompts you to detail out your goals and visions in the following categories: personal growth, relationships, health & fitness, family & home, fun & adventure, work/school, finances and other.

    You can purchase it here.

    MYO A5 Planner

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    Plan and take notes just how you want with these unique planning notebooks! Use them separately or mix and match to create a custom planner of your own. You can create your own collection to use with one of the planner organizers below!

    You can purchase it here.

    Ban.do 17-Month Planner

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    These new planners cover August 2020 to December 2021 and were designed full of intention. Each month has a theme for you to focus on (like Mindfulness or Empathy), complete with a new page for intention-setting at the beginning of the month and a new reflection page at the end. 

    You can purchase it here.

    The Poketo Project Planner

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    Last but not least, the pocket planner. This planner is made to help you map, organize and finish projects on time. It now has room for over 100 projects, each broken down into concise task lists and monthly timelines. Open-dated yearly, monthly and weekly sections encourage you to set goals and see them through, and a new process notes section provides space to jot down ideas, meeting points, to-dos and more.

    You can purchase it here.


    What kind of planner do you use? Have you ever used one of these before? Tell us on Instagram!

    Lindsay Elizabeth
    Lindsay Elizabethhttp://lindsayfuce.com
    Lindsay is an East Coast native who is passionate about writing, digital marketing, and all things wellness. You can find her on Instagram @wellnesswithlinds or @thefrecklestudio.

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