I second the Erin Condrens! Elissa actually got me one that had pictures of my nephews and it looked so amazing! I cried happy tears and it held up with daily use!! Plus it’s big enough that you can actually write stuff in it!
I love Agendio! You can design your own planner and they print it, bind it, and send it to you. It lets me lay out the pages exactly the way I like. I couldn't find one anywhere that met all my needs, and I got tired of creating my own calendar pages in my bullet journal every week.
If you're looking for a unique, indie designed planner, I love the Rainbow Vision. She does dated and undated ones. The artwork is fun, there's the addition of a lunar calendar if you're into moon cycles, and self-discovery reflection pages.
I really like Todoist as far as apps go for making quick to-do lists organized by different projects. It's intuitive with enough features... but not too many! Not exactly a planner, but a good organizational tool for me.
I've always loved bullet journals, but I've found with grad school and all activities I'm juggling (yes- even during Covid), that I don't have enough time to draw out every month. I'm now using The Simplified Planner and highly recommend it. It's straight to the point and every day except the weekend has to-do lists.