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7 Best Planners Apps To Achieve Your Goals

The new year is just around the corner, the best time to start setting new goals. Making a resolution to do something can be easy, but sticking to it throughout the year is always the hardest. If you want to get closer to fulfilling your dreams this year, you need to get organized. And the right planner can make you do it.

When I choose a planner, I look for a number of specific things, the main ones being: clear overviews for months, and weeks, to-do and to-do lists, great quality paper, plenty of space to write, interesting challenges, and most importantly any systems that help me create and achieve really big goals!

Based on these criteria, I’ve compiled a list of what I believe to be the 7 best planners apps to achieve your goals in 2022.

1 Journy – Selfcare Day Planner

Journy is a self-care app, daily planner, gratitude journal and goal-setting tool all in one. That’s why I feel it deserves to be #1 on this list. According to its designers – a team of five passionate online entrepreneurs – this planner is the solution for anyone who wants to increase their productivity and achieve their goals while increasing their happiness through self-development.

Vitaly, one of the creators of this unique planner, explains:

We’re all about productivity and personal development, so we knew we needed a system that would track our goals and help us improve our performance (and overall quality of life). As true believers that pencil and paper work wonders in programming our subconscious, our search led us to paper planners apps.

Vitaly and his team tried several productivity planners a[pps on the market, and while they were great, they knew they were missing something. Either the planners apps were only for 3 or 6 months (whereas they wanted a 12-month planner), either the planner was missing some very important features (like a habit tracker or a yearly goals section), or it didn’t have enough space for notes. , tasks or goals. In the end, since they couldn’t find a planner that 100% met the needs of Vitaly and his team, they decided to create one for themselves. Thus, Journy was born.

I love Journy for many reasons. The most important of these is that you can start this planner any day of the year thanks to its unmarked calendar, that each weekly report comes with its own habit tracking section, a to-do list, an overview of main goals and priorities, and a space for reflection. on wins and lessons learned per week.

At the beginning of the planner, you will find a gratitude and self-awareness section, a page to add your daily rituals and affirmations, and a double-sided chart to create a vision board. The planner also included a double spread for your life and business goals, followed by an overview page listing your top five goals for the year and a mind map section.

I also have great news for bullet journal fans (and notes like moi). There is a large section of dotted pages at the end of the planner. Perfect for bullet journaling, notes, organizing thoughts, tracking ideas and more. A must-have for any planner lover if you ask me!

2 Passion planner

This structured planner is designed to help you navigate your passions, turn them into achievable goals, and define a plan to achieve them.

Passion Planner founder and designer Angelia Trinidad says:

I wanted to help people overcome this feeling by creating a tool for them to clearly define their goals and dreams, break them down into more actionable steps, and then write them down in a place they could see and use every day.

I love the Passion Planner because it really delivers on its promise. It has a super simple guide on how to use it and why a monthly calendar for each month (which I can’t live without!) and reflection pages. The rebound section is what makes this planner truly unique. And I love that there’s a blank area on the right side where you can get really creative – brainstorm, draw, mind map, and write notes. Everything you need to achieve your goals!

3 Day Designer

The Day Designer is truly a work of art. It’s beautiful, intuitive and has so much space for everything! I love the classic look of this planner (how can you say no to the black, white, and gold combination?!)

Whitney English created this planner because she saw a void in organizational tools for fellow entrepreneurs. You can view the Day Designer story here.

The first pages of Day Designer offer a variety of worksheets, each designed to help you discover your personal skills, values, visions, passions and strengths. Yes, it is very important to understand yourself in order to achieve your goals!

The planner gives each day a separate page, except for Saturday and Sunday, which share one page. Each weekday, Monday to Friday, has an hourly schedule from 5 am to 9 pm (great for early risers!), 3-to-do challenges, a general to-do list (checklist), an inspiration menu, dinner planning, a place to log your daily gratitude, notes and more.

Day Designer has a monthly calendar with beautiful cards and daily pages for your appointments/meetings, a to-do list and a section to remember your projects and deadlines. This planner is an extremely useful tool to help you organize all your goals, ideas, tasks, thoughts and even memories!

4 Daily Greatness

I love the Daily Greatness journals and planners apps! They’re between Leonie Dawson’s workbooks and the more common daily or monthly planners apps, and offer tons of incredible tools to get clarity, work on your goals, and achieve more!

I especially love the Business Planner, which literally has everything you need to start a new business or take an existing one to the next level. It’s so good that I recommend it to almost all of my business coaching clients!

This year saw the launch of Daily Greatness with a new Yoga Journal and Parents Journal. Definitely worth checking out if you’re looking for more structure in your life, business, or both.

5 Inkwell Press LiveWell Planner

The Inkwell Press Livewell Planner is an absolutely amazing planner. My favorite part of this planner is the focus on goal setting and productivity. At the beginning of the planner is a section for planning your annual goals. Each month has a mission board for setting new goals in areas such as Personal Goals, Home Plans, and Health & Fitness. Each month also includes notes pages and you can reflect on the past month and plan for the next.

There are also some fun features on the back of the planner: gift list, travel notes, book and/or movie list, monthly bill tracker, and a section to note down important dates (birthdays, anniversaries, etc.).

Now tell me. Do you use daily planners apps? What is your favorite and why? Share how you plan and organize your days in the comments below. I would really like to know.



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