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In an attempt to get my life in order after a busy couple of weeks, I asked Instagram to give me planner recommendations. I received so many replies (including a few brands I'd never heard of), that I figured I would put them all in one place. Thank you to everyone who submitted their faves! Here are the ones that made the cut:

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Moleskine

If you haven't heard of Moleskine, you've probably been living under a rock, but I felt obligated to include it because their weekly planner was overwhelmingly the most popular choice. Although they can get a little pricy ($17-$25), their ability to "take a beating", simple layout, and variety of color options make it worth the money.

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Rhodia

Based in France, Rhodia has been producing their high-quality notebooks since 1934. I had personally not heard of them before, but over the years, they've developed a real cult following. The price point is pretty standard at $14-$22. They've had their signature orange covers from the very start (which I LOVE), and the interior pages look really nice.

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Rifle Paper Co.

I've been aware of Rifle Paper Co. for quite some time, and you probably have been too, because of their Forever Stamp they dropped last year. My good friend Madeline (who's blog you can find here) swears by their agenda planners and I'm totally hooked now too. I'm an obsessive list maker, so the layout in these planners is perfect for me. They do ring in at $14-$34 which I know will be a deterrent for some, but the quality is honestly worth it. Plus, you can pick them up at Wildcard if you're a fellow Pittsburgher.

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Field Notes

If you're looking for an undated planner, this is the one for you according to my followers. I've used other Field Notes notebooks for note taking and quick sketches and I love them while I'm on-the-go due to their small size. The price point for this one is $15 and I love that it's spiral bound so it will lay flat, which makes writing down your plans so much easier imo. Thanks Draplin!

~*Honorable mentions*~:

- Baron Fig: "top quality, but pricy BUT a small business"
- Lemome: decent price point for the quality
- And my personal favorite, "whatever's on sale at homegoods / target" ...because I felt that

Thanks for reading – hope this helped you to find the planner of your dreams.

Until next time,
A