The DIY Printable Planner is updated and available for purchase – it now goes all the way through December of 2013! Little birds and scribbles singing out your to-do’s, goals, ideas and fabulous plans for the next two and a half years.
Cost: $12 Size: Letter – 8.5″ by 11″ File type: Adobe PDF, for best results print with Adobe Reader
2011, 2012 & 2013 year-at-a-glance
April 2011 – December 2013 monthly + blank
fill-in-the-blank daily page
goals & ideas worksheet
I’m a huge fan of letter-sized planner templates, they’ll fit in any ol’ binder and leave lots of room for notes and doodles. You can always resize these though or print them 2-up to create your own custom size. Want a fun handmade binder? Make sure and check out the binder tutorials.
I’ve been meaning to make a Weekly Planning template forever and can’t believe I haven’t before now. A single 8.5 x 11 weekly planner for jotting down all your wonderful weekly plans, lists and doodles. This free download contains two versions – one with space on the right and one with space on the left for double sided printing and hole punches. Happy planning!
Yesterday at lunch I was trying to make a very important decision with a list of pros and cons. I’m no closer to deciding but it did inspire a new DIY Planner download! I promise this wasn’t my real list, although it was on my mind – ha!
The top sets up your 1-10 rating system, it can be whatever you want. I set it to Importance, 10 being the most and 1 being least. When writing down a pro or con I would decide how important it was to me. That way when you add them up at the end they’re weighted fairly. Make sense?
I was thinking this morning about a post I wanted to do and by this afternoon had forgotten it already. Ever happen to you?! Inspired me to make a free 8.5 by 11 DIY Planner Template that’s been in my head a while now, the blog brainstorm! And to go with the new year, a yearly goal planner too.
For the Goals worksheet I create a box across the months that I want to accomplish something. The above right is one project broken down into four parts – step one due at the end of Jan, next step due at the end of may and so on…