The Weekly Planner Printable are one of the most popular choices for those setting up their own planners. It’s no wonder when they offer the versatility of a day planner with the flexibility and planning power of a monthly calendar.
For those not sure how much they need to use their personal planner for, a weekly planner is a great place to start.
Add in the fact that they use less paper and keep planners from becoming too bulky and you get an all-around win!
Weekly Planner Printables
What I love most about weekly planners is that there are so many ways you can use them.
- as a traditional planner where you schedule in your appointments and tasks
- use them to time block so you can easily assign bulk jobs or general categories to your work
- use a single page or overview page for quickly seeing what needs to be done that week
- stick one in a picture frame and make it a reusable planner for the family
- use them to keep track of fitness, diet and spending and see how you’re doing each week
- use them as a chore chart and help keep your family on track
Really, when it comes to all the ways to use a weekly planner I think the sky might just be the limit.
They’re such a versatile option, especially for those just trying to figure out what they need in a planner.
Weekly planner printables can allow you to experiment with different options, and figure out what you really need, I talk a little more about that in my Creating the Planner that Works for You series.
Whether you’re just getting started creating a personal planner, are looking for a tool to use to help manage your time, or are a veteran planner, you’re sure to find something that will work for you in the lists below.
Before we jump to those, I’d just like to highlight a few of the different layout options you’ll
I’ve organized them by size and layout to help make it easier for you to find exactly what you’re looking for. Here are the different layouts you can expect to find.
Two Pages Per Week
The Two Page Per Week layout is a popular one. It offers plenty of planning room for each week. They are typically vertical columns for each day spread across two pages, though I do have a few horizontal ones as well.
Single Page Per Week
Single page per week layouts are fantastic for anyone who doesn’t need a lot of planning room in their weekly spread, but still need a way to get an overall picture of the week.
They’re also great for anyone who doesn’t need or want a lot of planning room.
Weekly Overviews and To-Do Lists
Sometimes an organized to-do list or a weekly overview is all that is needed to help keep us on track. These pages are great for those that just want something simple or need something more flexible than a weekly planner.