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Old school organization

Can you believe it’s almost 2013? I am seriously in shock over this fact. Although I’ve been wrapped up in holiday excitement for the past few weeks, I’ve started tentatively planning for the year new—which, for me, always means a new planner. I appreciate technology as much as the next person, but my calendar is...

Can you believe it’s almost 2013? I am seriously in shock over this fact. Although I’ve been wrapped up in holiday excitement for the past few weeks, I’ve started tentatively planning for the year new—which, for me, always means a new planner. I appreciate technology as much as the next person, but my calendar is the one place I refuse to convert. I love sitting down to an open agenda, penciling in my appointments and important dates … I could never give that up for a digital replacement. (I never claimed to be cool.)
I always have a tough time settling on a new planner, though. The options are just all so tempting. I’ve long been a fan of the Erin Condren Life Planner, but I’ve also been looking at a few different options this year. I’m trying to decide between the five below—they’re all tempting in their own unique way. Any opinions? Or do you have an agenda not shown here that you can’t live without?
Old school organization

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