Every product is independently selected by (obsessive) editors. Things you buy through our links may earn New York a commission. The beginning of a new year or the start of school in the fall are both very good (and obvious) times to get a new planner. But inspiration to restart your calendar sometimes strikes when you least expect it, often when dated planners are already half-finished or sold out. That’s exactly when you’ll want to look for an undated planner. Because you’re filling in the dates on these planners yourself, you can start them whenever it’s most convenient for you, not just when the calendar says it’s time — even if it happens to be in the middle of a month. A lot of these undated planners also tend to focus on improving your productivity, helping you keep track of goals and eliminate procrastination, which is a nice way to ease into the practice of writing things down, even if you’ve never thought of yourself as a paper-planner kind of person. So to help you find the undated planner that’s actually going to help you get things done, here are 12 Strategist-approved options. In some ways, the ultimate undated planner is a bullet journal, since all you need is a b...