7 Awesome Planners for Students
If you are a student, you have a lot on your plate – school classes, homework, extracurricular activities, time with friends, and family obligations. We all have a lot going on, so much in fact, that we need a planner to make sure we don’t miss something important.
Most of us keep a planner together with colored pencils in our bags in addition to amazing Google Calendar, and both are always full.
We have done enough research to bring you 7 best planners that will fit your entire life and help you feel on top:
1. LifePlanner by Erin Condren ($45-$65 and add-ons)
This planner is amazing and is organized by colors. You can change and customize your covers, add stickers, and include ruler/bookmark. Some stickers come with the planner, but you can get more at Etsy. You can also choose your lay-out: horizontal, vertical, or hourly. All weekly pages have a page for your to-do list, which is very useful.
2. Student Planner by Plum Paper ($18 + add-ons)
This planner is perfect for any high school or college student with a heavy course load. Every week is organized by days and class periods. You can start at any month of a year. It is perfect if you just made a decision to get a planner or if you are not satisfied with a previous one. You won’t have to pay for any months that you don’t need. This planner comes for 6 months or 12-18. You can start with 6 months and see if you like it before purchasing 12-18.
3. Academic Daily Simplified Planner by Emily Ley ($58 + add-ons)
This planner is more than just a simple planner – it’s full of inspirational quotes and gold detailing. The planners are for academic year schedules. They run from August to July, have hourly spots, and spaces for notes, to-do lists, and other activities.
We love the classy design that draws attention and keeps you addicted to this planner year after year.
4. Flagship Collection by Day Designer ($59 + add-ons)
This planner is for serious business-oriented people who couldn’t care less about decorations. Daily pages run from 5 am to 9 pm. Each day has space provided for to-do lists, notes, and much more, like gratitude. The planner is available from in beginning and mid-year sections. Each one is for 12 months. You can also add printables with bucket lists, notes, more organization tools, food and exercise logs, and many others.
5. Academic Daily Planner by Bloom Daily Planners ($14-$27 + add-ons)
You can choose a hard or soft cover, a normal planner or a vision planner, whatever floats your boat. Vision planner is less detailed and is made to help you set goals and work on them. The academic planner is more detail oriented and has spaces for goals, to-dos, and a list of party reasons.
Another great feature is a great academic scheduler in the beginning pages with space for classes, professors, room, and times of days and weeks for each class.
6. The Happy Planner-Student Edition by Me ; My Big Ideas ($20-$30 + add-ons)
This planner is perfect for creative students and their dreams. It’s completely customizable and pages can be removed or added. This your ultimate scrap-planner book all in one place.
You can test it out at the store before buying it. It is completely customizable, pages, bookmarks, quotes, and even pictures can be added. Hobby Lobby has them, so go and test-drive it.
7. Academic Planners by Mead ($6.49 -$14.99)
The planners come in a few different sizes and contents. You can choose daily, weekly, or monthly layouts. And what about that price?
These planners are very simple, essentially blank, but you can make it all you want it to be, use your imagination. All you have to do is buy some stickers, colored pencils, and get to work decorating.