If you’re like me and need more structure from your planner, the 5×8.2″ Panda Planner Classic works great, presenting a prompt every day and week for you to fill out.
Wirecutter also liked Panda Planner for goal keeping, calling it the best planner for personal accountability:
The testers who wanted something for goal planning really liked the prompts and the feeling of accountability the Panda Planner gave them. “It says ‘Exercise’ here, so I feel like I would have to exercise so I could fill it in,” one tester told us. They also preferred the layout, overall look, and cover quality of the Panda Planner over that of the Passion Planner, another accountability option.
And I appreciate that the planner gives you space to look at positive moments in your life — there are spots you can review in the morning to record what you’re grateful for and what you’re looking forward to, and a section at the end of the day to highlight your wins.
Amazon carries the undated planner with several cover colors for $25 to $28.