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I’m notorious for buying planners, organizers, and other things that I plan on using to get my life together and then never use them. Well I’ve decided this year is going to be different. I have big goals for 2018, both as a mother and as a blogger. I plan on actively working toward them. Most resolutions are abandoned by February. Well, I’m determined to not be in that group. And one of my main strategies is to use a 2018 planner.
Having a pretty planner that I want to use is one of my strategies to accomplish my goals. You know when you get a really cool new thing that you are really excited about using and because of that you end up actually using it a ton? That’s what I’m hoping will happen.
So if you are anything like me, you also need a pretty planner for 2018. So here is my round up of the seven prettiest planners I could find on Amazon.
This planner from Create 365 is so cute! Every divider for each month is a different watercolor page with either a design or a quote. How could you not be inspired by those pretty pages!
I love any design with watercolors. The watercolor pastel stripes across the front are so pretty. This is also a set that comes with a journal as well as a bookmark. You can flip to the right page every time!
So which one are you going to get? And what goals are you going to accomplish with it?
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