Stil Classics

Get It Done Planner

$28.00 USD

The Get It Done Planner is designed to make your task planning as easy and seamless as possible so that you can focus on being your best self. Built for a 90-day achievement cycle, the GID Planner gives you a quarter of a year so you aren’t overwhelmed by having to take on 12 months at a time. Below you’ll find all the tools you need to help you achieve your goals and tasks all year long.
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  • 6" W x 8.5" H
  • Finished with beautiful high-gloss gold foil
  • Sewn-bound into a hard cover
  • Lays flat on your desk
  • Finished with soft-touch laminate
  • Ultra matte black finish
  • 70lb off white paper stock
  • Ribbon marker
  • Quarterly (3 Month) Planner
U.S. Shipping Only. Shipping is free on orders over $50. This is shipped from Stil Classics and not from Girlboss. Returns are accepted within 30 days of shipping for undamaged products in their original packaging. Please contact with any questions about returns.

Why We Love it

An annual planner can feel, well, a little daunting. Stil’s Get It Done planner breaks things up into 90-day quarters, so it’s easier to plan, track and ultimately achieve your goals. The planner encourages you to set three realistic goals every three months, instead of annually. Just you wait, a better version of yourself is going to sneak up on you.

Meet The Founder


Marissa Cristina has been a “planner girl” for some time. But, in 2014, when she was working full time while balancing a side-hustle and going to school for design, the planner of her dreams did not exist (yet.) So she made one. Cristina started slowly, handing out her planner, with its built-in seamless task planning prompts, to friends—this was not yet a business. “This was in 2014. When they started asking for a 2015 version, I knew I had to give this idea 150%.”

In 2017, Cristina was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. “It's something I used to feel ashamed of,” she says, adding that, ultimately, the diagnosis has made her more powerful. “I’m a better version of myself than I was before and, quite ironically, also healthier.” Prioritizing her health is a “non-negotiable” for her now, and it’s something Cristina works hard to encourage in others.

“I am proud of many things. I'm proud I've built an amazing, strong, team. I'm proud I got invited to do a TED talk. I'm proud that we've been able to nearly double our business year over year and I'm proud that I get to do something I love every single day.”