Differences between yearly agendas, school agendas, or planners.


It seemed that with the digital boom (tablets, mobiles, and computers), the mythical paper agendas would take a backseat. However, there are still many of us who find that using pen and paper helps us remember what we need to do better. Studies show that the act of writing on paper helps us focus, retain information, and organize ourselves mentally. Are you one of those who make daily to-do lists to check off tasks? Do you review your paper agenda while having breakfast to plan your day? Pay attention, today we will explain what types of products exist to help us organize and which one probably suits you best.

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Yearly Natura Agendas

Yearly agendas last for one year: from the beginning (January 1st) until the end of the year (December 31st). These agendas are designed for people who are no longer studying but still need to organize their daily lives: salespeople, professionals, parents with children, women entrepreneurs, etc. The days in yearly agendas can be organized in different ways depending on the model: one day per page, two days per page (if you need a lot of space to jot down your commitments or daily tasks), and weekly view (to have a more complete and detailed vision of your weekly appointments).

School Natura Agendas

As the name suggests, school agendas are intended for students. Therefore, these types of agendas start in August and end in September. The days in student agendas can be organized in several ways: day view (where each day has its exclusive page to jot down homework, tasks, etc.) or weekly view where the 7 days of the week are spread across 2 pages (Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday on the left page, and Thursday to Sunday on the right page).

Find your perfect agenda (whether it’s yearly, school, with one day per page, weekly view, etc.).


Planners do not have marked dates, so they are “agendas” that can last for more than a year. They are designed for those who do not use an agenda faithfully and regularly since they allow you to not waste pages even if you haven’t written for days.

The main function of a planner is to prepare, plan, or project all your events. They are useful for jotting down project deadlines, exam dates, medical appointments, and they seem to work great for preparing for competitions.

As always, to each their own. At Natura, part of the team prefers school agendas (even if we are not studying), others prefer yearly ones with one day per page. On the other hand, some need to see the week at a glance. Therefore, at Natura, you will find different models, formats, and even sizes according to your preferences and needs.

Planning is power! So, find your best tool for planning.

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