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15 Best Journals & Planners for 2023: Our Readers’ Favorites

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When your to-do list becomes just another beast to avoid, it’s time to find a system that speaks to your ADHD brain. Physical journals and planners work for many ADDitude readers, 61% of whom said they prefer paper over digital tools.

Some creative thinkers prefer bullet journals and two-page spreads with space for notes. Perfectionists gravitate toward undated and customizable calendars.

Simple note pads pair well with a need for simplicity, and printable PDFs are budget friendly.We asked ADDitude readers to share their favorite paper planners, and they delivered, below.

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