Wellness

The Best 2020 Planners to Organize Your Life and Crush Your Goals

The first step to any goal is writing it down. Use these notebooks to track daily habits like exercise and sleep, to work tasks and social events.


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By now the ball has dropped and the bubbly has settled, which can only mean one thing: It’s back to reality from the holidaze. Are you ready to conquer 2020? If you have big goals for the new year (or just for your life in general) the first step to any successful plan is writing it down. Here, we’ve rounded up some of the best 2020 planners and workout logs so you can track everything from daily habits like exercise and sleep to your work tasks and social events. Get organized and watch your goals come to life.

1. Moleskine

The simplicity of the Moleskine is what makes this planner a go-to for those who might easily get overwhelmed. Personalize your 12-month weekly planner, and track the week’s events or pick up bullet journaling in the blank pages in the back. Easily plan out grocery lists for a nutritious week or mark important work deadlines—whatever it is, it has its place in this notebook.

Starting at $18, us.moleskine.com.  

2. The Happiness Planner

Manage your stress and anxiety by reframing what productivity means to you using this planner to shift your focus to your happiness. Through daily practices and exercises included in the planner, you’ll train your mind to look at the positive in all things, become more resilient, and strengthen relationships by developing a deeper understanding of yourself.

Starting at $52, thehappinessplanner.com

3. The Daily Fitness Planner

Throw this one in your gym bag to track personal milestones in your fitness journey. There’s space to write down your workouts, nutrition, and goals. The best part? You can keep everything you need in one space with the weekly planner to see how to manage your health for the week when life gets busy.

$27, amazon.com

4. Passion Planner

Map out your goals at the beginning of the year in this bound notebook that comes in dated and undated versions, as well as academic planners and different sizes. The format of this planner is completely customizable so you can use it how you need to, with additional blank pages in the back. There is also a dedicated monthly reflection to check in on your progress and make adjustments as necessary and quotes on each page to reaffirm positivity throughout your day.

Starting at $30, passionplanner.com.

5. Erin Condren Wellness Log

If you’re a sucker for a beautifully designed planner, the Erin Condren notebooks come in a wide array of designs and each one can be customized with your name or initials. Plus, the inside is just as pretty as the outside and made to easily break down your months. If you’re specifically looking to track your wellness progress, look to the wellness log to plan and track six months of goal setting, workouts, steps, water intake, and more.

$14, erincondren.com.

6. The Morning Sidekick Journal 

Set the intention for your day with this morning journal to self-reflect, map out your biggest task of the day, and find what works best for you. Each page suggests a new tip to improve your mornings and suggests ways to hold yourself accountable.

$40, habitnest.com