Some of you reached out, asking for them, and after several weeks discussing this with myself, I finally decided to release some new weekly planner free printables. I updated the layouts and took advantage of working on this to add some new features that I hope you’ll like!
Beside the free printables, I’m also giving you some inspiration about how to adapt the layouts to your expectations: the printables can be used for both professional and personal planning, and can easily be twisted to answer your needs!
4 weekly planner layouts
This second batch of free printables for 2018 include 4 weekly plan layouts to help you put your planner together. The printables match any A5 planner or organiser (Filofax, disc bound planner…). The inserts are undated so you just need to print on both sides as many time as needed to create your planner for the whole year. The beautiful part about these printables is that you can print out some sheets to try a layout, and move onto something else if it doesn’t work as expected.
You’ll find some tips in this post to print your weekly planner.
In addition to the 3 weekly plan layouts you already know, I created a new one to celebrate the new year. It’s a 5 days on 2 pages horizontal layout, with a special “focus” section.
I also decided to jump into the dots area and to release all the printables with both graph and dots grids.
The “Focus” weekly planner layout in a A5 Filofax Notebook. All the layouts come in both graph and dot grid.
The files are to be downloaded from the freebies Library. To access the Library, you need to
join the Planners Secret Society (if your not a member yet, click here to get access).
Free spaces to fit your needs
The printables are based on the weekly layouts I’ve been using in 2017 in both my personal bullet journal and my work planner. The printables set-ups are meant to help you easily manage your weekly and daily tasks lists. But you’re not bound to use them as I would do myself. We all have different lives and so our needs may be not quite the same.
The sections featured by the printables are easy to play with and can be used in many different ways. The free, blank spaces can be used as resources to create the organisation system that fits your needs with some imagination and a few adjustments.
To show you how versatile the printables can be, I played with one of the layouts and created a range of variations that feature a lot more than just task lists!
Mini calendar + food log
The space I usually use for my weekly task list is filled with a mini calendar. The daily logs are separated in 2 sections. The first one is dedicated to a food log. It basically allow to keep track of your meals during the day and week. The rest of the daily log is for the task list and events for the day.
Expenses & trackers
For this second version, the free space in the left bottom corner is dedicated to an expense and an habit tracker. On the first picture, the space is dedicated to an expense tracker in form of a simple list. On the second one, it is filled with a classical habit tracker.
For this last example, the space under the date is dedicated to a gratitude log instead of the usual events and appointments list. Every day, you get the chance to log some happy memory, jotting down a few line of a small doodle.
Custom planner layouts
The free printables I create and share in the blog’s Library are designed to match a wide range of needs, either for personal or professional planning. The sections and blank spaces make them quite easy to adapt.
But sometimes, our special needs call for a special, tailor made layout. So I’m offering to help you design your organisation system from A to Z, from the requirements to the layouts details. This way, you can choose every single detail, including the size, the layouts’ features, and the grid (and everything else).
If you think you may need a custom made planner, feel free to get in touch!
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