Our Top 5 Diaries and Planners for 2018

As daunting as the new year may be, this is the perfect time to dust off bad habits and get into an organisational groove for 2018. While most of us would probably be at a complete loss without our electronic calendars and apps, there's still nothing like a physical diary or planner.

We've been hunting around for a new diary to take us into 2018 – here's a shortlist of our favourites to save you the research.



For the serious goal kicker (or Goal Digger as MiGoals say). This goal-oriented diary prompts you to set out your goals, and then track your progress against each as the weeks go by. We think their khaki diary would look very nice in our studio. Start goal digging here: https://migoals.com/collections/diaries-planners


Frankie Magazine

The team behind Frankie Magazine have released their organisational offering for 2018 with their bright and cheerful diary. With cute extra features like tear-out gift tags, note cards, and stickers, this diary is for those who like to add some colour to their daily hustle. You can grab yours here: https://www.frankiepress.com.au/shop/frankie/frankie-diary-2018


An Organised Life

For those who like to jot down all their tasks and appointments in one place, the Daily Planner by An Organised Life is for you! With a full day to a page, this planner doubles as a notebook and diary. Grab one here: https://www.anorganisedlife.com/collections/2018-collection/products/daily-planner 


Blacklist Studio

Known for their striking typography, the team at Blacklist have created an equally striking range of diaries, including this bold burnt orange number. The linen cover diaries are also worth checking out. View the range here: https://www.blackliststore.com.au/product-category/papergoods/yearly-diary/


Karst Stone Paper

And last, but definitely not least, we present the Karst Stone Paper diary. What makes this diary so special isn't what's between the pages, but the pages themselves – Karst diaries and notebooks are made from crushed stone retrieved from mining and construction sites, meaning no trees felled and no water wasted to create beautifully white paper. The stone paper is also waterproof and tear-resistant (I know, crazy). You can shop their 2018 diary here: https://karststonepaper.com/products/2018-planner


What's your go-to diary or planner? Let us know in the comments!

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