Introducing your new favorite planner from inspirational poet, author, and performer Rupi Kaur. This elegant and practical agenda offers space to record your goals, dreams, and accomplishments alongside self-care tips, illustrations, and poems from Kaur's groundbreaking #1 New York Times bestselling debut, milk and honey.
This 12-month planner is intentionally designed by Rupi Kaur to help you set goals for the upcoming year, check in monthly, track your progress weekly, and celebrate your accomplishments with a Year in Review. The agenda also includes unique features, such as a fold-out vision board, a Letter to Yourself exercise, illustrated stickers, and customizable labels.
6" x 8" (12" x 8" open)
Soft touch perfect-bound cover with rounded corners
Printed on FSC certified paper with soy-based ink
Removable product information band
Agenda lays flat when open
Two satin ribbon page markers
12-month Planner: January–December 2024
Vision board for you to create
Decorative stickers and customizable labels
Monthly and weekly planning pages
Year in Review outline
Extra pages with subtle dots for writing or drawing
Official major world holidays and observances
Moon phases, based on Universal Time
Poems, illustrations, and self-care tips from poet, artist, and performer Rupi Kaur
About the Author
A breakout literary phenomenon and #1 New York Times Bestselling Author, Rupi Kaur wrote, illustrated, and self-published her first poetry collection milk and honey in 2014. Next came its artistic siblings the sun and her flowers and home body, both debuting at #1 on bestseller lists across the world. These collections have sold more than 11 million copies and have been translated into over 43 languages. In 2022, she released her fourth book Healing Through Words which is a journey of guided writing exercises to help the reader explore their creativity.
As she has done from the very beginning, Rupi self-produced Rupi Kaur Live, the first poetry special of its kind, which debuted on Amazon Prime Video in 2021.
Rupi Kaur graces stages across the globe on sold-out world tours. These shows are a poetic theatrical experience interlaced with her own touch of stand-up. Her work touches on love, loss, trauma, healing, femininity, and migration. She feels most at home when creating art, performing her poetry onstage, and spending time with family and friends.