See which description below closely matches your lifestyle.
Then give that type of planner a try!

Dated Planners

  • Plans at least 5 days a week. (meetings, appointments, lists, etc.)
  • Doesn't have time (or patience) to write in dates.
  • Doesn't want to purchase date stickers either.
  • Can still choose multiple layouts. (vertical, horizontal, dot grid, etc.)

Undated Planners

  • Plans 4 days or less per week.
  • Enjoys changing planners throughout the year.
  • Doesn't stick to planning consistently.
  • Can still choose multiple layouts. (vertical, horizontal, dot grid, etc.)

Time Stamped Planners

  • Has a lot of meetings or appointments to keep up with.
  • Likes to plan day in blocks.
  • Family has a lot of activities.
  • Can still choose dated and undated.

Horizontal Planners

  • Prefers to write on lines. (Most of these planners come with lines.)
  • Doesn't mind placing stickers over lines or in smaller spaces.
  • May also like mini planners. (Many of the smaller planners are horizontal.)
  • Can still choose dated and undated.

Vertical Planners

  • Loves free space.
  • Vertical planner sticker kit layouts really bring joy.
  • May not have a lot to write and enjoy filling the free space with creativity.
  • May also love washi tape.
  • Can still choose dated or undated.

Dot Grid Planners (Bullet Journals)

  • Loves completing tasks using checklists.
  • Likes to make own planner key or index.
  • Prefers to create own layouts.
    • May want to use undated dot grid planners or bullet journals.
  • Avoids creating own layouts.
    • May want to use dated dot grid planners

This guideline may not work for everyone! Some people may find all layouts useful or just enjoy decorating them. 

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