(SPOT.ph) One sure signal that the year is almost over is that planners for the next one start coming in. Doesn't matter if you're ready to let go of 2022 or not, it's time to start thinking of next year because, now we don't know who needs to hear this, but 2023 hits in less than 90 days. Yay or nay? Of course, yay (barring all other thoughts). We're choosing to be happy because the yearend also means planner season. Nothing like copping a new planner or journal to give you some semblance of control over your life. One popular brand that has already released their much-awaited lineup of planners and calendars is MUJI, all in calm and clean designs that will make you feel like you have your life together. Heck, it might genuinely even help you do it. There's always hope.
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MUJI just dropped their 2023 planners and calendars.
MUJI is all about minimalism, and their planner collection isn't one to get left behind.
The planner (P295) comes in monthly and weekly layouts with their signature vinyl covers. It usually comes in either black or white but 2023 is giving us a curveball with a new color: red. In case you want a fancier or cleaner look to help you keep track of your life, the planners also come in Craft (starts at P245) and Faux Suede (P1,150) covers.
In case you’re more of a calendar type of person, check out Muji's lineup; they come in a variety of sizes in the trademark minimalist design. The tiny one has our hearts, though you can of course choose whichever size fits your personality best. Place it on your desk, hang it on the wall, or stick it on your favorite notebooks—wherever is the easiest for you to see and keep track of the days, because you know how fast they can go by.
We spotted the planners and calendars in-store:
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Prices for the MUJI planners start at P245 and calendars at P145. But take note that they will only be allowing customers to check out three pieces per item per day for the planners and calendars.
For more information, check out MUJI's website.