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New Year, New Datebooks

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Martha Stewart Living Editors' Notebooks

Although we are often glued to our smartphones and computer screens these days, we still treasure the act of putting pen to paper here at Living. A recent peek at our editors’ desks unearthed an eclectic collection of their well-loved notebooks (photographed above) packed with to-do lists, appointments, ideas, and other musings.

With 2013 upon us, we’re inspired to start fresh on the crisp blank pages of a new day planner. Here are our favorites.

FOR YOUR PURSE …

1. Tuck one of these tiny monthly planners by dozi into your pocket for the ultimate on-the-go organizer. $11.50.

2. The inside covers of Mr. Boddington’s Studio’s agenda are covered in hand-drawn designs, such as stripes and wood-grain waves. $75.

3. Ciak’s super-soft Italian leather daily calendar from Jenni Bick Bookbinding is secured with a sturdy elastic band. $18.

4. The minimalistic look of this Julia Kostreva notebook continues onto its roomy unlined pages. $22.

FOR YOUR DESK …

5. Each of these geometric organizers by Parisian company Astier de Villatte are typeset by hand and printed on a vintage press. $60.

6. Fill russel+hazel’s three-ring binder with a custom mix of monthly, weekly, and daily calendar pages. From $24.

7. Party hosts will love this Martha Stewart Home Office with Avery journal’s five-year holiday calendar and eleven pages of entertaining advice. $15.99.

8. You’ll never lose sight of these bright neon Graphic Image agendas. $80.

Lindsey Mather is an Editorial Assistant at Martha Stewart Living exploring New York City one meatball at a time. 

(top photo by Mike Krautter)

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