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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!

2010-weekly.pdf (30299 downloads)


I had a request for a Daily Record template in 8.5 x 11 – this is a bit different than the template included in the 4 x 6 set.

This free template includes the following areas:

  • → Date and day fields
  • → Large notes section
  • → 5 stars to rate the day
  • → Graph area for sketching and mock-ups
  • → A list area (to-do, grocery, shopping… )
  • → Tracking area (expenses, time, calories… )
  • → Owl shout-out!

Download:: daily-record.pdf (8730 downloads)

You still have plenty of months left to purchase the 8.5 by 11 printable calendar too, it goes through 2012 and is only $8! View it and the rest of the downloads here.

Thanks for reading, now go make something!

Pros and Cons example

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?

Download it here if you need to figure some things out! pros-cons.pdf (5206 downloads)


Pros and Cons Template

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…

Download: blog_brainstorm1.pdf (7417 downloads) , goals1.pdf (5198 downloads)


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Amanda Hawkins

Amanda Hawkins

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