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Quiz: Which type of calendar for 2018 best fits your personality?

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Picking up a new habit at any age can be hard, but there are a few ways to make sure you stick to your goals for 2018. First and foremost, you must understand your personality and the way your mind works so that you don’t set yourself up for failure. Regardless, when it comes to staying organized in 2018, you’d be wise to opt for the very adult method of using a pen and a (totally chic) paper planner.

Sure, you could just use your phone calendar, but in the interest of actually seeing and acknowledging appointments and work meetings among the chaos of your phone, you might consider nixing that extra source of blue light in favor a pen. Writing things down has been shown to improve your memory, after all.

Take this quiz to help you figure out which type of physical planner you should make your own for the New Year.

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