For several years now I’ve been making my own planner, and I love it! It’s been a great way for me to have a simple system where I can write down the things I want to keep track of. And keeping track of things in a weekly format has always worked the best for me. If you feel the same way, then perhaps you’ll find one of my simple and free weekly planner pages to be just what you’re looking for too!
I’ve been publishing these printable planner pages for several years now and perhaps you’ve stopped by in the past and found something that worked for you. This year I’ve made a little change and decided to no longer type the current year onto the weekly planner templates. Instead, I’ve just left a blank that says “Month” and you can write in whatever month and year applies. This will be less work for me, while still keeping the favorite layouts that you’re looking for intact.
You can still find my annual dated calendars here: Free Printable 2024 Calendars
Choose Your Weekly Printable Planner Layout Style
OK, here’s the list of printable weekly planner pdf’s for you to choose from. My favorite way to use these is in the half size Arc disc-bound notebook (that uses 8 discs). However I also have full size layouts that can be used in the larger disc bound notebooks (that use 11 discs), or they can also work in standard 3-ring binders.
You can click on any of the links provided below to open a free pdf for printing.
A few notes about printing (using Adobe Acrobat Reader for pdf’s)
- When printing the pdf make sure it is set to print at “100%” or “Actual size”.
- The printables for the half size need to have “landscape” selected for printing.
- If you have “save ink/toner” selected, the pages will print lighter than shown in these photos.
The half size pages are designed to be cut down the middle and punched at the outside edges (which become the new inside edges).
Horizontal Layout for Weekly Planning Pages
This style mimics many of the planners you find in the stores and is handy for those who like to have lines to write on in the space for each given day. You can choose from a Sunday or Monday start to the week, half size or full size, and olive or blue colors.
(Half size, Sunday start in olive color, shown in photo below)
Vertical Column Layout for Weekly Planning Pages
Having open vertical columns to write in has always been my preferred type of planner page. This vertical style is handy especially if you are a person who likes space to write a to-do list for each day.
Once again, you can choose from weeks that start with Sunday or with Monday, either half size or full size, and either blue or olive color.
(Full size, Sunday start in blue shown in photo below)
Specialty Vertical Layouts
These next options are only available in the half size. They use a vertical layout on the left side, with another helpful page on the right side.
This first option has a “Notes” page on the right side and is a nice option for students!
The second option is what I call a “Weekly Focus” layout and is a nice choice for tracking all the things you’re thinking about during the course of a week that aren’t really appointments to write in on any certain day. It’s kind of a “brain dump” option! Each of the boxes on the right side of the page have a fillable field on the pdf so you can label these areas anything you wish.
The Weekly Focus layout has been my favorite for several years now. I’m the kind of person that needs those open boxes for getting thoughts out of my head and down onto paper. But the layout I use for myself looks just a little different than the rest of the weekly pages I have available here.
So . . . last but not least and in the interest of keeping it real . . . here’s the printable pdf for the layout I use every week. It’s based on one of my older styles from a few years ago and I ended up making a different color for each month. I’ve removed the year in the printable below, and lumped all the colors together in one pdf, but maybe you’ll find this last option to be a fun one to try too!
I hope you’ve found a planner layout here that will work for you. Remember, when you make your own planner you can customize it and change it as the year goes along too. So if you start the year with one choice but want to try something else as the year goes along, feel free to stop back and try another layout!
Check out more of my free planner resources for staying organized:
Free Printable Monthly or Blank Planner Divider Tabs
Free Printable 2024 Calendar Planner Pages