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The first step of self-improvement during the New Year is to pick up a personal planner to keep you organized and focused. With so many fun color and size options, there is one sure to represent the new you.

Hilary Geisbert - January 2014

Pick up a fashionable personal planner for the New Year

The first step of self-improvement during the New Year is to pick up a personal planner to keep you organized and focused. With so many fun color and size options, there is one sure to represent the new you.

Hilary Geisbert - January 2014

-Photography by David Colwell

  1. Weekly planner ($14.95) at Paper Source.
  2. Agenda ($26) at Trohv.
  3. Kate Spade 17-month agenda ($40) at The Pleasure of Your Company.
  4. Diary ($16.95) at Doubledutch Boutique.
  5. Planner/journal ($26) at Trohv.
  6. 17-month date book ($39.50) at The Pleasure of Your Company.
  7. 17-month calendar ($12.95) at Paper Source.
  8. Agenda ($28) at Trohv.
  9. Moleskin diary/planner ($20.95) at Paper Source.
  10. Daily planner ($33) at In Watermelon Sugar.
  11. Post 2014 appointment book ($34) at The Pleasure of Your Company.
  12. Planning calendar ($14.99) at Paper Source.
  13. Kate Spade 12-month agenda ($38) at South Moon Under.
  14. Post agenda ($26) at The Pleasure of Your Company.




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