Seven Journals to Get You Organised for 2020
New Year, new you. Here’s how to get ahead of the game
It’s that time of year when you start looking ahead at the next 12 months stretching out in front of you. No matter how you’re feeling – excited, overwhelmed, scared – one thing’s certain: a bullet journal or diary is THE best way to get yourself organised and ready for achieving all your New Year goals. Here are our top picks.
Handmade by digital artist, Lindsay Kokoska, who focuses on the surreal and spiritual, this bullet journal has a celestial cover printed on matte velvet for a unique finish. Fill it with your hopes, dreams and musings.
The unmistakably French brand has designed these diaries with 18thCentury French antiques in mind – specifically the shop’s geometric floor tile pattern, which is as chic as you’d imagine. You can get the design in a range of shades – from bright to pastel and even monochrome. Being organised never looked so good.
A journal fit for a budding novelist. This hardback cover is swathed in Liberty’s iconic paisley print in cotton – so it’s soft as well as beautiful. The lined pages are practically begging to be filled with magical prose, or your wishes for 2020.
Who doesn’t want a pair of boobs on the cover of their notebook? This cheeky design, embossed in gold foil, is the perfect size for shoving in your pocket or handbag for when you need to jot down thoughts on the go, or write a to-do list. Made in Scotland with genuine leather binding, it’s also durable enough to stand the test of time.
Made from 100 per cent recycled materials, including fibres from the olive plant which gives the notebook its distinctive green colour. High-quality, vegan-friendly, sustainable, and affordable: what’s not to like?
The ultimate bullet journal includes 240 numbered pages, 3 colour coded page markers, a gusseted pocket for souvenirs or cards, stickers for labelling, and a handy guide on how to effectively use your bullet journal. Bring on 2020.
For those who value simplicity, this journal is inspired by Japanese minimalism and craftsmanship. The coverless book is wrapped in cheesecloth – a material that is usually hidden underneath traditional covers. The high-quality dotted paper is perfect for fountain pens.