One of my most requested printables has been weekly planner printables and now you can download your own weekly planner pages for free!
Managing a busy schedule requires lots of mental energy. Writing things down in a safe place can really help to remove some of the stress that comes with managing a busy schedule.
This is why so many busy moms depend on a planner to stay organized so they don’t miss a thing. One of the first planners I enjoyed using was a vertical weekly planner with hourly spots. This style really helped me manage my time better. I liked having my days planned out and being able to see the entire week ahead.
Every weekend, I like to spend time reviewing and updating my planner for the upcoming week. First, I write out every appointment, project, meeting, or errand. Then I block out my work time. Since I work for myself, I really have to stay on top of my schedule and make sure I use my time wisely. Using a paper planner is crucial!
Digital planning might work great for some people but if you’re more of a pen-and-paper person you’ll love using this weekly planner.
Using the time blocking method is the key for me, you can read more about the Time Blocking Method Here.
You can download your free weekly planning pages below.
Why A Vertical Weekly Planner Layout?
If you are new to planning, it is a great idea to start with weekly planning. It’s a great beginner template to use and it will help you to see what you really need in a planner.
Using these printable weekly planner pages will give you the opportunity to create your own weekly planner at home.
These printables are great if you need to post a weekly schedule for your whole family to see. Simply print a few out and hang them on your fridge to keep everyone in the loop.
While I’ve always loved using my Time Blocking Printables to track my time blocks, you can use this template to do your time blocking as well.
Looking for more help with productivity? Check out these articles:
- Stop Procrastinating Why you Need a Life Admin Day
- Habit Tracking – Get a free printable tracker
- How to Create a Morning Routine
- Free daily planner printable for time blocking
I wanted to start with a week-on-two-page layout. I prefer this layout because it gives you plenty of space to write. I write a little larger and always like having the extra width in the daily columns.
There are two main weekly layouts that most planners use. A horizontal layout and a vertical layout. I started with this vertical layout. It is one of the most popular layouts (and my favorite). I love keeping track of my daily schedule, time blocks, appointments, and even checklists in this format.
Weekly Planner Page with Hours
I love to use a planner that has hours so I can track appointments or time blocking. These pages start at 6 am and go until 8 pm.
If you need a planner that starts earlier or has different times, I’ve included a blank version that you can customize to make it work for you.
Vertical Weekly Planner Printable Without Times
Some people like to have the times on their planner pages, other people prefer to just have blank columns. You will also receive blank styles that you can use if you don’t need the times. I like to use this style for list-making, which is especially helpful when I’m in a busy season.
Whichever style you like you will receive both in your free PDF.
How to Print your Weekly Planner Pages
You can print your pages on 8 1/2 x 11 paper or if you would like an A5 size, you can change your printer settings to print 2 pages per page. See the example below:
What Do You Need to Create Your own DIY Planner?
- 3 Ring Planner Binder – Economical option
- Disc Bound Binder Cover – Letter-sized – A5 Size
- Disc Bound hole puncher
- Paper for printing your planner pages
- Stick on tabs
- A5 6-ring Binder
- A5 6-ring Hole Punch
- Add a monthly page – Get FREE monthly calendar templates here
Get your Free Printable Weekly Planner PDF
You should receive your files link via e-mail within the hour. Be sure you check your SPAM or Promotions folder if you’re not finding the e-mail. If, after an hour, you have not received your link, please contact me and I’ll help you figure out what happened.
The fine print:
For personal use only. Please do not reproduce or redistribute without written permission. Classroom use is permitted.