Just as the name says, this planner is sure to put you in a good mood! If you like a lively and colorful planner with lots of additional options to customize, the Happy Planner is worth checking out. I bought an undated one so I could start it when I wanted. It uses discs instead of a spiral binder making it super easy to move pages or sections around.

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I also bought tons of adorable planning sticker books as well as some motivational sticker sheets.

Since I bought all those sticker books, I needed a place to store them, so I bought this perfectly sized case which also includes loops for pen storage.

The Happy Planner doesn’t come with an attached elastic band, but they do sell a set of three decorative elastic bands you can use to keep the planner closed. Each one is different so you can change them out depending on your mood.

Of course, who can use a planner without washi tape? Not this girl! Happy Planner has lots of washi tape options available. They come in nice clear plastic tubes which keep them neat and organized. I bought washi tape in brights and peony sets.


There’s so much more to the Happy Planner you may want to check out:

Call attention to must-do tasks and plans with these “Important” sticky notes. They arrive mounted on a heavy sheet with pre-cut holes so you can pop the entire sheet into the front of your planner. Then you’ll have sticky notes on hand whenever you need them.

How about these Half Sheet inserts for meal planning, focus, budget, and daily planning.

There’s a Fitness Planner expansion pack so you can track your workouts, water intake, meals. It also has lots of motivational quotes and images to keep you inspired.

Lastly, I’m going to mention the Planner Punch that’s made for creating your own customized pages. You’ll be able put any and all important papers in your planner with this handy gadget.

You could use it to pop party invitations, special events, bills, even photographs right into the Happy Planner.

Have you tried the Happy Planner? What are your favorite tools to use?

Let me know in the comments below!