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Plan It, Janet: Calendars and Planners For a Witchy 2018

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It’s a new year, witches. Time to get your shit together. And while some of us can get by with apps or quickly scribbled Post-It notes (or, let’s face it, scrawling on the back of your hand), most of us like to have a tangible way of keeping track of all the things we need to get done that we don’t have to scrub off at night or accidentally delete in a blurry early morning frenzy of activity. Thus, a roundup of calendars and planners you can use to keep yourself organized, focused, and kickin’ ass for the rest of the year.

2018 Moon Calendar

Image via SunPizzaMoon

Admittedly, there are a ton of lunar calendars out there. This linen, screenprinted one simply allows you to keep track of the specific moon phases; but look at that gorgeous person riding a wolf like a boss! That’s the kind of feeling we need to keep going all through the year. SunPizzaMoon//$25.00

Moon Phase Calendar 2018

Image via Nascensluna

Yes, another moon phase. However, this one is a bit more detailed, indicating what dates fall on which days, and is made-to-order with your specific timezone. That’s pretty badass. Nascensluna//$18.00

Witches Wall Calendar

Image via Calendars.com

An oldie but a goodie, Llewellyn’s Witches Wall Calendar has been many a witch’s go-to for years. It’s a traditional calendar, separated into months with a separate piece of art for each month. There’s room on each day to write important events, and they include things like the color of the day, eclipses, harvest and planting times, and contributions of spells, etc., from witches. Classic. Llewellyn’s via Calendars.com//$14.99

2018 Dame Darcy Meat Cake Calendar

Image via Dame Darcy

“Join Dame Darcy for a magical year of Witch tips, holidays, Sabbats, Esbats, Spells, Lore, and more! This calendar is packed with weekly ideas to live a magical life!” If you want this amazing calendar, act fast, because stock is limited. And who doesn’t want this? Based on the cover alone, the artwork in and of itself is worth the price. Dame Darcy//$20.00

2018 12 Month Witch Planner

Image via The Pop Witch

Don’t let the pastel colors and glitter fool you; this 12 month planner is badass. (There is a snake involved, after all.) “Each month features a pop culture witch of the month and a seasonal original spell inspired by that witch. Each month also includes a full month calendar that shows full and new moons, sun signs, and wheel of the year sabbats; two notes pages for spells and rituals; and weekly views.” There’s also spaces to set intentions, a cardstock folder in the back for keeping stickers or your daily tarot card, and tons of other helpful, witchy additions. The Pop Witch//$39.00

Planner for a Magical 2018

Image via The Coloring Book of Shadows

This mix between a calendar, planner, and coloring book is a perennial witchy favorite, and for good reason. “With an inspiring blend of illustrations to color, seasonal spells and rituals, gentle planning guidelines, and monthly and weekly calendar pages, find yourself on the creative, empowering journey of your own magical path.” The Coloring Book of Shadows via Amazon//$10.79

Many Moons Workbook

Image via Visual Magic

Alright, this isn’t technically a calendar, but this workbook is a staple of the magickal darkling community for good reason. Sadly, the hot pink cover has sold out, but the second printing in a pretty lavender color is available. Get it while you can! Visual Magic via Lulu.com//$24.00

Featured images from The Coloring Book of Shadows and Nascensluna.

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About The Author

Senior Editor Nicole has a Master's in English Literature. During the day she works in publishing; at night she's probably in bed, reading, while petting her cat, Gomez (not a euphemism). You can stalk her on Instagram.

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