I’m sharing a weekly planning printable I recently created for myself. For the past several weeks, I’ve been needing to use 3 planners, and I started wondering if I could pare that down. One of my planners is strictly for weekly planning and one is strictly for daily planning. I use the weekly for recording appointments, deadlines, major tasks, and weekly goals. I use the daily one for planning each day. I refer back to the weekly plan when I’m planning each day. That’s one of the reasons I’ve enjoyed having the daily and weekly planners separate. That way I can see the week view while I’m making my daily planning and I don’t have to flip back and forth.
I finally came up with the perfect solution! I created a horizontal letter sized weekly planning page, folded it in half, and put it in my discbound planner. Then I put 7 daily planning pages to the right of it. When one day is over, I can just lift out that day’s page and throw it away, revealing the page underneath. This allows me to see everything I need to see all at once in the same planner. Here’s what it looks like:
I use the space at the top for my weekly goals. I really wanted this page to work hard for me rather than have a lot of extra frills and decoration, which is why I opted not to title it. I wanted as much space as possible for the actual planning.
Click here to download the weekly planning page for yourself. I included one version exactly how I have it, and one version with blank title areas so you can customize that for yourself by writing in your own column titles.
Also, the daily schedule you see in the photo was part of last year’s 31 Days of Free Printables series, and it’s still available for free. (It’s day four.)
Do you plan daily and weekly? Do you use multiple planners or just one?