do you also have training experience? Because if you are at the start and new to fitness, i would recommed you a full body workout. Of course one can not easily say that a full body workout plan is better than a split plan because every human being reacts differently to some type of stress and accordingly recovers in a different way. however it is often suggested to do a full body workout at the beginning.
I think as a beginner it is important to achieve the basic elements (Pull up, push ups, squats, dips, plank) and therefore to train every part of the body avoiding weakness in certain regions of the body.
in my opinion it is not useful to train as a beginner with a split plan. because maybe the muscle group is exhausted after two specific exercises and the following exercises can not be done in the right way, right form etc (because there is no power left)
of course it is no black and white thing, i think the split plan suggestions from daniel are great and you could defentily stick to them (addition: i think, when you are no beginner ;-)
I personally train with a split plan, too because i realised that i am stagnating (to much stress coupled with my sport doing at school)and i don't know why, however i am more motivated doing my split plan. (maybe because it is new and in the beginng one is always hungry and motivated)
my workout plan:
Day 1 - Warm Up, Mobility, Skill Work (10-15min L-Sit & Handstand), Pushing
Day 2 - " Pulling
Day 3 - " Leg & Core
And On the free days i go swimming (sprint training for my last school test).
Fun Fact: Try Yoga, it is realy relaxing.! :-) I start doing it at least one time all two weeks, i really love it doing it on a rest day, it feels great, give it a try