When it comes to calendars (both editorial and personal) I’ve gone completely digital.
I keep my Google calendar open throughout the day and use it to plan all my blog and video content and to keep track of deadlines. Now I’m hooked and I don’t think I could go back to using a paper planner (though their are some really cute ones out there). But one thing I still keep analog is a daily and weekly to-do list. Maybe it’s because there’s something just so satisfying to crossing off items on a list at the end of a day, am I right?
If you’re a fan of paper to-do lists too, you’re going to love this free printable weekly planner I designed. It’s perfect for keeping track of your week and is the perfect size for your desk.
Watch the video below to learn how to make it into a peel-off notepad!
Want to make your own weekly planner pad? Here’s what you’ll need:
- Download the printable weekly planner and print it out full size (full bleed or edge to edge) on 8.5″ x 11″ paper. If your printer doesn’t print all the way to edge you can get it printed at your local copy shop.
- Cut each page in half lengthwise. Stack all the cut sheets of paper and line up the top edge. secure the stack of paper with bull dog clips.
- Paint a coat of PVA glue along the top edge of the stack of paper. Allow it to dry and paint a second coat. Let the glue dry completely and then it’s ready to be used.
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