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Happy Planner just launched a new line at Walmart in time for the new school year

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It's back-to-school time, and as you're sifting through the best school supplies to buy, there's one recommendation we have for all students and teachers—a trusty planner. One of the absolute best planners we've ever tested comes from Happy Planner, and this season, the brand just released a new line of colorful agendas available exclusively at Walmart.

Happy Planner x Walmart

The new Happy Planner x Walmart collection features hundreds of planners with fun and colorful designs, including this leafy green Monstera cover and this animal print planner with an inspirational saying. You can also shop from the Happy Planner x Disney Collection at Walmart if you're a fan of the House of Mouse.

Each Happy Planner in this new collection runs for 12 months, from August 2022 to July 2023, perfect for the new school year. Teacher-specific planners feature sheets for lesson planning and writing checklists.

A Happy Planner on the month of June with writing
Credit: Reviewed / Liv Birdsall

We love how customizable Happy Planners are.

When we tested Happy Planners, we loved how customizable they were—each planner is held together with colorful discs that can be easily removed and re-added. Users can add new filler pages if they run out (or mess up), meaning you can extend the life of your planner as you see fit. Happy Planner also sells stickers, extra discs and accessory packs (like this one for teachers).

If you're shopping for the new school year, a new planner is a must—and in our opinion, it doesn't get better than Happy Planner.

Happy Planner x Walmart

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