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What is an Academic Planner?

“Academic Planner” is not just a sophisticated name for a fancy yearly planner. Academic Planners are made for teachers, professors, students and others who would like to make their plans according to the school year instead of the calendar year. Many of these planners begin with the month of July or August and end with the month of July in the following year. Quo Vadis makes some nice quality planners for this purpose including the Academic Minister weekly planner and the popular Textagenda daily planner. Both of these planners are available in a variety of colors and covers. The popular Rhodia Weekly Notebook is also available as an academic version for the 2010-2011 school year. All of these planners are now in stock at Writer's Bloc.

Undated planners can also be used for planning during a school year since they don’t confine you to beginning your plans in any particular month or year. These “freestyle” planners are great if you happen to lose your planner in the middle of the year and need another one to replace it. Some of our favorite undated planners are made by Bob’s Your Uncle, such as the 8-Days-A-Week planner journal and the Do-Doodle planner journal with room for notes and doodles.


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I love the "Someday" idea too! The 8 days a week planner is perfect for responsible procrastinators like me. Everything that needs to get done will-- eventually :)

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