While I received samples of the Day Designer to review, all organizational opinions are my own!
Run – don’t walk – to your nearest Target to scoop up a few new planners and calendars to make your academic year a bit more organized. I’m definitely one of those planner junkies. I have more than one, and I use them for different things. However, I’m always on the look out for the newest and more efficient calendar. Over time I discover that a planner doesn’t fit all my to dos. When I was sent a few new planners to try out, I totally swooned over one of them in particular. Get to know my new Day Designer Target, and go discover one for yourself!
You can check out the entire collection online, and you can see them at Target right NOW! From weekly, monthly, and daily planners, there is a wide variety of prints and planners to try. You can even pick up a wall calendar or two.
The daily Day Designer is going to be my new go to planner for everything. Since I was using more than one planner for business, blog, personal, and other to dos, it became WAY too overwhelming. I know that I needed to focus and get on track for a productive second half of 2015.
The beginning pages of the Day Designer feature a few sections to create your goals and get motivated about the future. Just like the original Day Designer (which I reviewed last year in my Whitney English Day Designer post), I love being able to map out my year.
Day Designer Target
The big selling point of the daily style Day Designer is the THREE COLUMN layout! Hallelujah! I can now fit everything for each day one ONE page in ONE planner. From the hourly schedule, my to do checklist, and a notes section, I have room for just about everything.
I can meal plan, write down my daily gratitude, and keep track of my blog posts.
There are durable monthly tabs so you can flip between daily pages and monthly calendars.
The monthly calendar has a place for to dos, and the calendar is lined (which I love!). There are holidays clearly marked, and this is where I track my blog posts and payments.
And, of course, there is room for notes!
As for the smaller size weekly-monthly Day Designer, I love the clear plastic cover. You can add your own photos to the cover. The smaller size is perfect for my purse so that I can take notes on the go!
The monthly view is similar to the daily version, but the weekly view is a little bit different.
There is a checklist to do section along with a notes area. If you aren’t as busy as I am, this weekly option is a good choice!
You can visit BlueSky online to download additional printables and covers!