I'm back with another group of planners to satisfy your planner-addicted soul (which really doesn't happen because when we see one we like, "alam na this" happens). This is part two of a series I'm doing to help you choose the perfect planner for 2017, so if you're curious, go check out Part One here.

Also, just to give an update on what's been going on since the last time I wrote, I have succumbed to my inner planner demon. Since my last post, I have already ordered 3 planners (which I will keep a secret until I've exhausted all planner possibilities, haha) and there's no doubt I'll be adding more as the weeks go buy. I'm telling you, this addiction is going way out of hand. 

Back to topic. Today, we're covering planners that are either locally made or can ship to the Philippines, so you won't have to worry about finding one you like only to realize you'll need someone abroad to get it for you. Let's see if the one for you is on THIS list.

1. The Bliss Planner

I became familiar with this planner last year, and even though I already had the Starbucks one and the Kikki.k, I wanted to give it a try, but was put off by the lack of other color options. This year, though, they have come up with two of my favorites - black and pink. It's a hard choice between both, but my first love will always be pink.

Just LOOK at those colors. Ugh. I cannot with life, haha. It's 6x9 in size, half an inch larger than an A5, so there's a bit more room to write to-do's that I never get done, haha.

The Bliss Planners cost Php 650.00 for the black, unisex version, and Php 850.00 for the pink feminine and the black masculine planners, excluding shipping costs (which don't cost much at all). 

Visit their shop today and order the Bliss Planners here: Bliss

2. Illustrated Faith Planner

Knowledge about this planner came by a post on Facebook which had appeared on my feed. I wasn't even looking for planners when I saw this, and thought, "Hey, looks like something I'd have fun using." A few minutes later, I was writing a message to the page to inquire about it.

What I love about it is that it's designed for people who want a Christian planner, to say the least. It features inspirational messages and scriptures throughout the 18-month layout and has plenty of room to write about your thoughts and ideas.

I can definitely see myself using this planner for my daily devotionals rather than a normal 'to-do' or 'what happened today' log.

The Illustrated Faith Planner costs justs Php 1,750.00 for 18 months of journaling and reflecting. Quite a steal for the features.

Visit their Facebook Page to pre-order and see more images here: Illustrated Faith

3. The Happy Planner

Easily one of the more popular planner brands out there, and for obvious reasons. It's just SO cute, and comes with different ways to customize your planner (with dividers and/or stickers). Plus, it has a nice, vertical layout for jotting down notes during the week.

Did I mention they also have a variety of cute cover designs?! How can you choose which one to pick? There's definitely one for everyone in this lot. While I haven't personally used a Happy Planner yet, I can tell by the layouts I see on IG that people who own one are incredibly happy with it.

They sell for $19.99 for the Student Edition, $29.99 for the CLASSIC planners, and $34.99 for the BIG edition. I've seen resellers on Instagram that allow for pre-order and buy in bulk, so the shipping fee won't be too pricey.

Go to their website and order their planners here: Happy

4. Webster Pages Planner

Webster has a similar feel to Kikki planners, but they opt for more classic, solid colors and finishes. I especially love the Walnut and the Light Pink binders (as I should), and they always have such a clean, elegant feel to them.

 Doesn't it just look divine? I have a major crush on this color (brown tints and shades) and I've wanted a planner like it for so long. They're cheaper than a Kikki, but that doesn't mean they compromise on quality. The feel and look of these Webster planners are so classic.

Like I said earlier, they have a certain elegance that puts them on the same shelf as a Kate Spade and a Kikki. Their prices vary depending on the type, if it's a TN, an A5 Kit, or just the binder itself. It costs between $32.00 to $59.99 from TN to the A5 so there are a few types to choose from based on your need.

Get your very own Webster Pages Planner here: Webster

5. Kate Spade Planner

Finally, we have one of the most well-known brands there is, which isn't contained to the planner world: Kate Spade. They have notebooks, planners, cups, tumblers, and more to their name, but for us planner lovers, we know them more for their very focused design on things.

Their Cameron Street Agenda sells for $198.00 while the Cobble Hill Large Agenda is a dizzying $228.00, which clearly makes a statement. Kate is Queen among her zipped kind.

Their normal planners range from $29.00 to $32.00, definitely a huge gap from their premium cousins.

Yes, it's too early to choose a planner to fill your dreams with next year, but do you have your sights on at least one on this list (or the previous one)? If it isn't (doubtfully), I'll be back with a third list soon. The more options, the better! (Or was it the other way around?)