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Life is busy. Very busy. So a planner is a necessity for me. I use the four-column free printable weekly planner below. (The multi-color one…because I like colors).

The reason for developing these planners? I recently started an editorial calendar on the excellent advice of another blogger. She does a big wall one, which isn’t practical for me. (You can check out her post here, though, if it sounds like it might be better for you). I do volunteer work at a shelter, and during downtime there (the little there is), I work on my website. So I need my planner with me at all times!

I have to have a paper one. I just do. I tested out multiple electronic ones, but have decided to go back to paper. It’s easier to change, add stuff to, etc.

I designed multiple free printable weekly planners in case you like one more than the other. (Plus, for some reason, everyone seems to love printables. Seriously….I’m still shocked by their popularity.)

**Question: What kind of planner do you use? & are you happy with it? 

As always, with templates: should you want a template in a different format, please contact me, and I’ll see what I can do. Also, if you need/are looking for a certain template that isn’t available, let me know. Printables available in pdf and png below (as I know some print better than others on different printers/computers). 

Check out the “Printables” pages for all the free printables on this sites! I have meal planners, cleaning checklists, safe cooking temperatures, holiday printables, & more. The printables are also divided by category- see the sub-pages on the menu bar above if you’re looking for something in particular.

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If you love organizing as much as me, you might be interested in the following:

Binders- I use these binders for everything! My cookbook is in one. My schedule for my blog planner is in another. Check them out here: 2″ Staples Better Binders.

3-hole punch– I’ve had some flimsy ones in the past that were a pain. This one is great. It’s sturdy, slide works perfectly, and you can punch a ton of sheets at the same time. Swingline 40-Sheet 3-Hole Punch.

Paper cutter– I cut a lot of paper. I trim some for the binder, I make favor tags and free gift certificates for the holidays, etc. Swingline Paper Cutter.


Free Printable Weekly Planners:

Free Printable Weekly Planners: 5 different designs for whatever your needs. Horizontal, vertical, colorful, black/white. Link to more free printables.

This is one of the cuter ones. You fill in your own times & it has a spot for notes and to-do items.

Weekly Planner Cute_pdf

Free Printable Weekly Planners: 5 different designs for whatever your needs. Horizontal, vertical, colorful, black/white. Link to more free printables.

This is for those who need specific times blocked out on their schedule. The day runs from 6:00 am to 11:00 pm. I really hope you’re getting at least 7 hours of sleep! haha.

Weekly- Times 6am-11pm_pdf

Free Printable Weekly Planners: 5 different designs for whatever your needs. Horizontal, vertical, colorful, black/white. Link to more free printables.

Here’s another “cute” one. Vertical instead of horizontal if that works better for you.

Weekly Planner- vertical cute_pdf

Free Printable Weekly Planners: 5 different designs for whatever your needs. Horizontal, vertical, colorful, black/white. Link to more free printables.

This is the one I use. I know, I know…boring. but the columns works great for me. The first is for actual appt. times. I put daily menu right under the day name (aka: Sunday). The second column I list blog to-do’s, such as blog hops, etc. The third column is normal life to-do’s, such as cat flea medicine and taking out the trash.

Weekly Planner 3 columns_pdf

Free Printable Weekly Planners: 5 different designs for whatever your needs. Horizontal, vertical, colorful, black/white. Link to more free printables.

Added this on July 16, 2016. Had it hanging around but didn’t want to do a whole separate post.

Weekly colored 3-column_pdf

Free Printable Weekly Planners: 5 different designs for whatever your needs. Horizontal, vertical, colorful, black/white. Link to more free printables.
Free Printable Weekly Planners: 5 different designs for whatever your needs. Horizontal, vertical, colorful, black/white. Link to more free printables.

FREE Budgeting Binder

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Free Printable Budgeting Binder! 15+ pages.
>Expense trackers and tips.
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>Goal-setting worksheets & how to pay off debt.

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