The best diaries and journals to stay organised at university

The best diaries and journals to stay organised at university

It can be difficult to keep on track with the things in your life. Things like meeting with friends, working, studying and watching that new series on Netflix. Diaries and journals help keep your schedule organised. Of course, you’ll need the perfect planner for you. So, here are the best diaries and journals to keep on track with your studies as well as your daily life.

The Academic Planner by Ink Outside the Box

The best diaries and journals to stay organised at university
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First, on our list- this is the perfect planner for those new students who are starting out at university. At first, the prospect of university can be daunting. However, Jack Edward’s new planner is full of tips and tricks. So, you can get through the first year of university without any hassle. This diary includes timetables, daily to-do lists and habit trackers.

Where you can buy it from:

Ink Outside the box

Waterstones 

Joy Daily Planner by Papier

The best diaries and journals to stay organised at university
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This is the perfect journal for you if you want to achieve the best work-life balance. The 16-week daily productivity planner has space to plan your days and weeks. Make to-do lists, shopping lists or keep a track of your schedule. The pages are also updated so you can use the journal whenever you like at whatever time of the year. If you’re just getting into diaries and journals this is the one for you.

Where you can buy it from:

Papier

The Goal Getter Weekly Planner by Paperchase

The best diaries and journals to stay organised at university
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Next up on our list, the Goal Getter Weekly Planner by Paperchase is the best planner if you are on a budget. The dimensions are bigger than a usual diary or journal, which gives more space to make lots of notes each week. The layout includes twelve sections, each section starting with a monthly overview. They are followed by five weekly timetables and five-lined pages for any additional notes. This is the perfect diary if you are one to write to-do lists and you would like to keep on track of these lists.

Where you can buy it from:

Paperchase

Teal Soft Touch Diary by Ryman

The best diaries and journals to stay organised at university
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Alternatively, if your resolution is to keep organised and stay on top of the year ahead, then this is the diary for you. The diary includes a week to view and has space to make notes for appointments, birthdays and other events. The copper foil at the front of the diary adds a sophisticated, beautiful look. It can even be personalised with your name on the front.

Where you can buy it from:

Ryman

12 Month Weekly Pocket Notebook by Moleskine

The best diaries and journals to stay organised at university
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This is a staple brand for anyone who likes diaries and journals. The Moleskine diary has dates on the left pages and ruled lines on the right which is perfect for keeping organised throughout the year.

Where you can buy it from:

Blackwells

Bullet Journal Edition 2 by Leuchtturm

The best diaries and journals to stay organised at university
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Last but not least; the bullet journal (nicknamed BuJo) was an idea crowdfunded by Ryder Carroll. The designer, based in New York, wanted to streamline his thoughts and notes. He thought it would be useful to make to-do lists and to be more mindful and organised. The bullet journal concept comes from the idea of a blank page, with dots that form a grid. It is entirely up to you how to organise and goal set across the blank pages.

Where you can buy it from:

Leuchtturm

Looking for more ways to simplify your life and stay on top of university this year? Check out our guide for The best note-taking apps for university.

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