Are you a fly by the seat of your pants kind of person, or do you enjoy planning? Organization is NOT my strong suit, so I have to plan things. I have to keep a calendar, and I have to actually use it. If I don’t, I forget. Those who know me know that if it isn’t on my calendar, it isn’t happening. And sometimes even then it’s a toss up. Whether you use a digital planner, or a printable planner, planners are a great way to stay on top of things. I know the importance of planning, so I designed this floral personal planner printable to share with you. 😉
Floral Personal Planner Printable
You may recognize the floral motif from the Nourishing a Woman’s Soul Scripture Journal I shared recently. I really think it’s such a pretty floral design.
Printable Planner Pages
This planner has you covered, however you like to plan.
This planner includes the following pages:
- floral cover page
- copyright page (this planner is for personal use only)
- undated daily plan page
- undated weekly plan page
- undated monthly plan page
- lined note page
- dot note page
- striped note page
- grid note page
- 2020 calendar (because I like to keep the previous year handy for reference)
- 2021 calendar
Why Use a Printable Planner
A printable planner can save you money. Of course, you still have to pay for paper and ink, but in most cases it ends up being cheaper than the pre-printed planner refills from the store. Plus, you can customize it. Want all of your daily pages together under one tab, and your monthly pages together under another. Go ahead. Want your daily pages to be separated by the weekly pages under the monthly pages? That’s your prerogative. Like to have note pages interspersed throughout the planner? No problem. Prefer your note pages all in one place? It’s your planner, put it together in any order you like!
What You Need to Get Started with a Printable Planner
Whether you choose to use a simple binder or you plan to print your pages and bind them yourself, here are a few things you’ll find helpful getting started with your printable planner.
- copy paper
- binder and whole punch OR
- Swingline binding system and binding spines
- smooth writing pens
It’s up to you, really, whether you print single sided or double sided. I tend to prefer single sided because if I mess it up, I can just print a new one. 😉
Once you have your planner printed and assembled, you are ready to tackle your planning. Just be sure to keep it simple at first, lest you become overwhelmed. Trust me <– I know.
How to Plan
As a busy woman, wife, and mother, I am NEED organizational products that will help me streamline my day, and keep me from “losing time.” It’s sometimes hard to find exactly what I want, so I keep dabbling with making my own. LOL
For me, it helps to look at the month first, then the week, then the days. If I know what the week and month look like, it keeps me from overloading the days. Usually. Some months, though, like this December, are just unavoidably busy. I had at least 15 medical appointments between myself, my son, and my sister (as a patient advocate). That’s not including schooling my kids, two different tutors, a dance recital, and various other holiday things.
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