If you love pretty calendars, stickers, and list-making, there’s an app (online and mobile) that you’ll absolutely love, and it’s called Artful Agenda.
What it is
Artful Agenda is a new online calendar application that syncs between desktop & mobile app versions, and picks up your Microsoft Outlook, iCloud, and Google calendars.
You can get a free trial to try it out, and the monthly cost is just $3.99. I personally think that’s a bargain given everything it does (and in such a pretty, easy way!)
Use my referral code Rk65828 when you sign up so you can get exclusive stickers and covers unlocked absolutely free. (Hint – nice little bonus!)
One of my favorite features of this app is the project lists pages. I tend to be a list-maker with my designs and blog, and this is a feature my other calendar apps just do not offer.
Finish your list item, and it crosses it out in one click. Easily create subitems just by using the tab button. Create as many lists as you want – from groceries to projects, and bucket lists. I love how it integrates with my iPhone’s alerts and syncs so seamlessly well.
The daily view has some excellent features, from water intake habit tracking to goals, notes, tasks, priorities, an inspirational quote, and meal planning or meal documentation (a great way to track calories, by the way).
The listicle cross-out when complete feature carries over into all the views of the calendar, making it easy to remind yourself of things that have yet to be completed. Feels pretty good seeing everything crossed off, too. Kind of addicting, really!
I tend to use the monthly view as a high-level overview of what needs to happen that month. All colors are customizable, so if you’re into personal branding, knowing your hex code colors will come in handy, and will make your calendar absolutely gorgeous!
You can also choose which calendar things get posted on, so if you have to manage different calendars between family members, this is an excellent way to sync everything together in a stylish way.
I’m loving my calendar, and it has made it so easy to consolidate a lot of things I would have created in Evernote or Notes, or even emailed to myself, into one single app that integrates with my existing tech. So, if you’re like me and need alerts but really enjoy drag-and-drop calendar planning (and STICKERS!), then be sure to check out this app. I’m diggin it! I think you will, too.
Finally, just a quick note on how I found this gem of an app. I stumbled on it from a Facebook ad post, and was instantly hooked. Sometimes those ads really pay off with a click!