Turn a New Page with our Favourite Undated Planners
Now that we’re halfway into the year, how’s 2021 treating you?
As places start to slowly open up and your schedule begins to fill up with new plans (finally!), there’s no better time to turn over a new leaf at the mid-year mark. Perhaps you’ll be starting a new semester in September, starting a new project, or simply want the feeling of a fresh beginning. Undated planners are great in the way that you can start at any day you want, so why not check out some of our favourites below?
Designed in Denmark and printed on quality European paper, Notem Studio’s notebooks are perfect for minimalists and enthusiasts of Scandinavian design.
Light, practical and beautifully-designed, Notem Studio’s MILO planner features a soft, uncoated cover in a stylish grid pattern. With 26 weeks (half a year) of pages in a vertical overview, MILO has plenty of space for writing down everything that happens during the week. The lie-flat binding also lets you write comfortably without having to hold down one side.
Check out our review for the Notem Notebook collection!
Looking for a pocket-sized planner that will fit inside the smallest of bags? Not only does this planner , it also features a soft, gold foil stamped cover with stunning illustrations from LA-based Clap Clap Studio. It also contains flaps for marking the pages as you go.
The book also uses PUR binding, making it more flexible and durable to last you throughout the year.
Tired of boring, bland covers? Add a splash of colour to your desk with this brightly-illustrated planner from UK-based stationery brand The Completist.
This A6 planner is also small, nifty and great for carrying around. Includes 52 weeks of pages with monthly and weekly spreads, plus a matching bookmark so you can always flip to the right page.
Here's another fun fact: The Completist planners are made by a family-run music book maker, while the inner sheets are made from music sheet paper!
Bright, Bold and Bauhaus, this planner is a signature item from Ola, a UK-based studio focusing on minimal and modern designs.
The weekly spread contains a vertical overview, space for writing down daily tasks and even includes a list for writing down your priorities. At the end of the planner, there are also 12 lined pages for jotting down ideas. The planner can be laid flat with its softcover, allowing for stress-free writing.
Are you a multitasker? Do you love organising everything in one place? If this is you, you’ll definitely love this 3 in 1 Planner from Poi Co.
Poi Co notebooks and planners are handmade in small batches in either South Korea and the UK. Featuring an exposed lie flat binding and divided into 3 easy-to-open monthly, weekly and daily sections. Includes 14 monthly spreads, 55 weeks and 173 pages of undated planning.
As you can tell, we’re big fans of pocket-sized planners, and this planner also fits right in your palm so you can take it wherever you go!
Thinking of trying something other than a notebook planner? Try these Monthly Planner Sheets from Korean brand Ourjoy, each page featuring a monthly overview and a space to write down your goals for the month.
Each page is separate, giving you all the freedom you need to plan as you please. They’re also perfect for keeping inside another notebook, a binder or even sticking on your wall!
Contains 12 sheets with 3 designs / colours.
If you’re already set on a fresh start in mid-2021, what are your goals for the rest of 2021? Tell us in the comments below, and don’t forget to head to our shop online or in store for more stationery goodness!