By Erin Huffstetler | 12/12/2017 | 2 Comments
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I know the world has gone digital, but an actual made-out-of-paper weekly planner is still a must in my book. I just like the tangibility of it.
And I’m pretty picky about the format. So picky that I started making my own several years ago. I like to have one page for each week, and then an entire page for notes across from it. This gives me lots of room to write down article ideas, phone numbers and whatever else I need to keep track of.
Sound like your kind of planner? Well, then you’re in luck because I’m making it available as a free printable!
Just choose the size that works best for you, and put your printer to work. This is the small planner. It has 8.5″ x 5.5″” pages (so two pages fit on each side of 8.5″ x 11″ piece of copy paper). It’s the size that I use.
And this is the large planner. Each pages takes up a full 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper. It has lots of room to write. This is the one that I make for my kids. It works really well as a student planner.
How to Assemble Your Weekly Planner
There are lots of ways that you can use these printable planner pages. If you already have a planner that you like, use them as a refill. Just punch holes to match the spacing in your planner, and you’re good to go for another year.
If you don’t have a refillable planner yet, invest in one. Then, use these pages to keep it going from year to year.
Or do what I do, and assemble your own planner. I just laminated a piece of scrapbook paper to create a cover, and bound the edge with o-wire. If you don’t have the equipment to do all that fancy stuff, an office supply store could do it for you.
Whichever option you choose, be sure to set your printer to print double-sided pages. Check the box to flip the paper on the short side, if you’re printing the small planner. Check the box to flip the paper on the long side, if you’re printing the large planner. This should get everything oriented properly, but I’d do a test print to make sure.
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