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Get Organized: The Write Stuff

In this digital age, writing stuff down with pen and paper can seem outdated. But these planners and organizers are anything but with their stylish and scientific layouts. If you still prefer jotting down to-dos, tasks and more, pick one of these up and start writing.

Sugar Paper Small Spiral Planner

Keep track of your weekly and monthly goals with this compact version of the 12 month planner that offers plenty of space to keep track of every busy week. Available at Pretty Papers. $21


The Total Person

Get a leg up with this planner from Hilton Head Island Performance Group. Incorporate management skills, goal setting and personal development all in one place. hhiperformancegroup.com. $43


Erin Condren Life Planner

This 18-month calendar has those with a flair for style in mind. The leather-like cover, colorful pages and metallic stickers to help identify major events are gorgeously designed to let you organize your life and look great doing it. erincondren.com. $46


Paper Source Dove Grey Planner

This 18-month planner is compact enough to fit in your purse and travel everywhere with you. With monthly and weekly views, and cool extras such as spaces to write special dates, a list of birth stones and extra notes, it’s perfect to plan out your best year yet. papersource.com. $23


Moleskin Denim Planner

This 12-month daily planner features useful tools such as international measurements, time zones and an expandable pocket to keep important items in. us.moleskine.com. $22


Blogilates Fit Planner

If you feel like every year your New Year’s resolution is to get in shape, but by the end of January you’ve already gotten off track, this is the planner for you. With gorgeous designs, weekly motivational quotes, and spaces for meal planning, habit tracking and to do lists. blogilates.com. $36


Bucket List Journal

A fun way to keep a list and write about all the things you’d like to do before you kick the bucket. It features an opening two pages with a blank checklist for making your Bucket List. The 100 pages that follow offer a page to write about each of the 100 adventures as they are checked off in a question-answer format to start the writing. Available at Pyramids. $19.95


Emily Ley Monthly Dry Erase

If you don’t want the hassle of flipping through pages month after month, invest in a dry erase calendar. Customize each month with different colors, and help keep track of the entire family’s activities in one central location. emilyley.com. $16


Panda Planner Pro

This 6-month, undated planner takes a scientific approach to productivity. With monthly, weekly and daily spreads, this planner was designed to help people reach their goals. They even include free ebooks to help get users motivated. pandaplanner.com. $37


Bullet Journal

Always feel like store bought planners are missing something? Try Bullet Journal and learn about this new, hot way to keep track of everything in your life from tasks to events, as well as anything you deem important. bulletjournal.com. $25


Hashi Weekly Planner Pad

Having a weekly calendar in your office is convenient with this horizontal 60-week calendar. It fits perfectly next to your keyboard to help remind you of your deadlines and tasks. amazon.com. $8