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Agenda Picks 2015

I have a *slight* obsession with anything to do with agendas, so naturally when I saw this week of #BloggersBTS was organization, I had to write a post on my top agenda picks for this school year! As you may know, I have the Lilly Pulitzer Lilly's Lagoon, but that doesn't mean I'm not in love with all of these too!

Lilly Pulitzer Agenda
I love all the beautiful prints in here for each month. This planner includes fun pages like Adventure Planning, Dates To Remember, and of course, the sticker page. It depends on what you use it for, but I recommend the size large - not too big, not too small.
Kate Spade Agenda
I love all of the gold and black prints this one comes in, but my favorite is by far the one I have shown above. Each month features a different quote, which is perfect to get you inspired! The planner also has monthly, weekly, and daily pages, so you can keep your events however specific or general you please.

Amy Ruth Designs Agenda
This one caught my eye because it has no dates, so you can start using it whenever. If there is nothing to write down for a certain day, you can just skip it. I really like the idea behind this and it is perfect if you don't have anything going on except Netflix all day (so really, we could all use this one) because you can skip the date and not have to worry about wasting a space.

Happy Planner
This one is great because the pages are removable, and you can buy expander rings, so you can keep adding or taking away pages.  The weekends are shaded to make them stand out, and you can change the covers for other ones. It is also less expensive (only around $24) than the three I have below this one, yet it is similar!

Erin Condren Life Planner
Like the Happy Planner, the Life Planner is full of motivational quotes throughout, which I think is such a good idea! It also have a horizontal weekly version and a vertical weekly version, so you can choose what works best for you. Each month has a different color theme and the planner includes lots of stickers.

Day Designer x Blue Sky for Target
Day Designer and Target recently did a collab, so I picked this version to share with you because it is so much more affordable than the regular Day Designer. It has a three column layout, and it is scheduled by the half hour, making it ideal for the busy person.

Simplified Planner
This one is good for large and busy families, or just a really busy person, because it has four different sections each day - Today, To Do, Notes, and Dinner. The academic one is sold out, but as of September 9, you can buy the weekly planner or the daily planner for 2016. This year it is also slightly smaller.

I hope this post has been helpful guiding you as to which planner to choose for the upcoming school year! Leave a comment letting me know what planner you got and which is your favorite out of all of these!

Disclaimer: All opinions stated are my own and this is not a paid or sponsored post.


  1. Agendas are the best, aren't they? I love the ones you picked out :)

    Seacoast to the South

  2. You should really check out Plum Paper Planners on Etsy! I just got mine and I love it already! I'm going to post about it soon.
    - Tay

    1. I will be sure to check it out and read your blog post as well!

  3. Great post! I am always on the lookout for new types of agendas (even though I just got a Kate Spade one) and you did a really great roundup! Thanks for linking up!! XO, Nicole