If you prefer a less plain look for the notebook you’ll be carrying around, Erin Condren’s line of planners feature colorful, interchangeable cover designs. The LifePlanner is packed with motivational words, stickers, monthly tabs, and three weekly layout options (vertical, horizontal, and hourly).

Wirecutter recommended the weekly LifePlanner as the best planner for memory keeping:

What really separates the LifePlanner from other memory-keeping planners is the sheer number of accessories—covers, stickers, sticky notes, pens—available for decorating it. An Etsy search for “Erin Condren stickers” alone yields more than 185,000 results currently, and Erin Condren’s site offers plenty of other accessories. If you’re interested in the planner community, the LifePlanner has the most active posters on Instagram, in Facebook groups, and on YouTube channels like this one.

You can buy a LifePlanner at Amazon for around $45-70 (the hardbound, undated versions are a bit cheaper). If you purchase one through Erin Condren’s site, you can get the cover personalized with your name. The company also sells a lot of other books for more specific needs — Goal Setting, Daily Planners, Teacher Lesson Planners, Wedding Planners, Academic Planners, etc.