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Printable Weekly Planner

Posted by  ·  January 6, 2016  ·  Last Updated: January 28, 2019

One of my goals is to stay on track this year is with a printable weekly planner.  I have figured out that I need to keep things simple. The best way for me to keep organized is to not have too many steps. A daily planner is too cumbersome for me. I need to be able to plan the whole week. Now ideally I liked to just have a month at a glance calendar, but I have learned taking time to plan is a good thing. So I arrived at a weekly schedule.   Be sure to download and print this year’s monthly free printable calendar. You will have a yearly calendar to go along with your weekly planner.

What is the best weekly planner?

This one of course! It is easy and free!

Click here –> {Printable Weekly Planner Download} The printables page will open and you can print. This is letter paper size. Print the PDF file on regular copy paper.

printable weekly planner

How do you use a weekly planner?

So if you too are a fan of the weekly planner I have a pretty schedule template that you can print (just click the link above the photo)! I am focusing on being thankful so you will see a spot to write that down every day. I knew I wouldn’t keep up with a gratitude journal, but I can daily take a moment to express my thankfulness and jot it down on my weekly agenda. There are tasks I am going to try to do every day……like drink water, exercise, take vitamins and pray. I have a little spot to check those off for each day of the week. You will find a spot to list out weekly goals. If you set goals this year as I did it truly helps to keep them in full view always working on them!  If you use the weekend for projects, family activities and fun you will have plenty of room to write it down.  I am a list maker. Oh, how I love lists and now have a weekly to do list.  I have plenty of space at the bottom for jotting down ideas and things I don’t want to forget during the week. If you have loads of meetings and engagements during the day then this little planner might not fit your needs, or maybe you keep all that on your phone.  If you need a pretty place to keep a few reminders of things you need to get done, I hope this weekly calendar will work for you! Now you are ready for some productive weekly planning!

5 tips for using a weekly planner

  1. Schedule a time each week to have a planning session. Look at the previous week and see if there are items that didn’t get accomplished that need to be moved to the upcoming week. Evaluate areas where you need improvement (especially in the daily tasks like drink water, eat veggies etc.)
  2. Check your planner first thing in the morning and once before ending your day. Be sure to add any new appointments or new tasks. Checking in often will keep you on track.
  3. Make your tasks specific.
  4. Try to keep everything on this sheet. Multiple pages of notes and lists will only cause confusion.
  5. Don’t over schedule. Allow time in your day for unexpected tasks and fun.

How do you keep organized and inspired?

All these weekly life planner pages will help keep you on track and organized.

Are you planning a classroom party?  These Valentine’s Day Classroom party ideas and Valentine Games might help you out. So many fun printables on Skip to my Lou that help you from planning to celebrating.


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  1. kendell
    Sunday, January 13th, 2019
    Thanks for sharing all your printables they are all really appreciated
  2. leslee
    Wednesday, July 18th, 2018
    Can you please send me a printable week planner. Will appreciate it a lot
  3. Cindi Fields
    Wednesday, March 14th, 2018
    Thank you for the calendar! I'm always trying to find ways to improve my organization, and this looks great!
  4. Wednesday, December 27th, 2017
    these planners are the best thank for sharing I m using it and credit you webpage, Thank You, you have a beautiful heart <3
  5. Tuesday, December 26th, 2017
    Hi! I found a site that has stolen this weekly planner of yours and is passing it off as their own. Here is the link: http://calendar2018i.com/weekly-blank-planner-2018.html
  6. Jamie
    Wednesday, December 13th, 2017
    Looking for weekly planner you designed that has a place for gratitude remarks. ?
    • Cindy
      Tuesday, December 26th, 2017
      You have found it. If you look at the bottom of each day it says thankful for.....
      Hope this is what you are looking for!

      Cindy
  7. Mary Sue
    Sunday, November 5th, 2017
    Thank you so much for these printable goal setting and calendar sheets. They are really well designed.
  8. csc
    Saturday, October 21st, 2017
    Thanks for this! I find it super handy and I am so grateful that you have taken the time to make something lovely and useful and then shared it freely.
  9. Joey
    Thursday, September 21st, 2017
    Thank you so much for the Printable Weekly Planner Page...this is just what I needed. I can't wait to print it out! Hoping you have a wonderful rest of the week! :)
  10. Flora
    Friday, January 13th, 2017
    Thank you for taking time to design these and then allow others to download to use. such an inspiration.
  11. Patricia Merry
    Thursday, January 5th, 2017
    Thank you! This is just what I need to make me be more organized!
  12. Heather Ratliff
    Saturday, August 20th, 2016
    This looks like just what I need. Not a huge deal, but when I printed it, there weren't lines in any of the day boxes. Maybe my print resolution wasn't high enough?