Every year, Adam J. Kurtz self-publishes his great Unsolicited Advice, a goofy coil-bound planner for the year. It mixes his wry humor and DIY zine elements with clean, usable agenda elements like dated pages and monthly calendar grids and even has a protective clear cover to withstand life.
Unsolicited Advice is a weekly planner with dated pages to help you keep your life organized, plus it has 2 pages of stickers. That's right, stickers.
"Part calendar, part journal, it’s intended to help you keep your shit together but also kick your ass a little bit. It nags you with small reminders like 'go to bed what are you even doing right now???' then makes you laugh with unexpected surprises and of course my shitty drawings. It’s stupid and useful, full of surprises, with plenty of space for you to make it your own.”