Personal Planner

Looking for something to help you manage your time? You’ve come to the right place. Personal planners are a great way to keep yourself and your family organized.  Whether you’re super busy, or just looking for something to keep track of special dates and appointments, there is a planner out there for you.  Below is a collection of my personal planner printables.  My hope is that you can find a few that will help you put together the planner that will work best for you!  The beautiful part about creating your own planner is that you can print out a few sheets and take them for a test drive and move on to something else if they don’t work for you as well as you hoped.  Find the system that will work for you takes some trail and error, but once you find the right one it will be an invaluable tool that will help you in so many areas of your life.

 

Lots of free printables to help you create a planner that works for you! There are various daily planner printables, weekly planner printables, printable calenedars and more.

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Weekly


 

 

Monthly


 

 

Yearly


 

 

 

Cover Pages

 


 

Additional Pages

 

I hope you liked the Personal Planner Printables.  Please remember that all printables shared here on Scattered Squirrel are for personal use only. If you would like to use them for something else, drop me and line at alli@scatteredsquirrel.com and I’m sure we can work something out. Thanks so much for stopping by!

Comments

  1. JoAnn Walkenhorst says

    I really like all your printables–nice variety. However I use the smaller 3 3/4 x 6 3/4 size planner. Any plans for making printables that fit that size?

    • says

      Hi JoAnn,
      Thank you so much. At this time I don’t have plans for making smaller planner printables, but I am looking into it, so that might change. If I do decided to give them a whirl, it won’t be until later this year. :-) Sorry I’m not more help.

  2. xin yi says

    Thank you so much for the printables!
    they are a great help to my DIY planner as I’m a quite fussy person when it comes to organizing.
    Really greatful for sharing your efforts with all of us! (:

  3. April says

    I am super scattered too and stuck in transition to our new home — so I can’t even TRY to get organized and it’s making me crazy (well more crazy than normal). I am sitting here in tears because I am so thankful I came across your site. This is so perfect. I have purchased countless planners, and even tried to make my own, and they never really work for what I need. I am thinking I could print out a daily and weekly page for each one of my four kids in addition to a master for myself and that would be really be helpful for our family. Thank you so so SO ssssooooo much for sharing all these templates.

    • says

      Awww, I’m so glad that you found us! Moving is tough, when you’re super scattered (like I am on most days) it can feel really overwhelming. I hope you find some printables here that help make life a little less chaotic for you!

  4. Sarah says

    Thank you *so* much for sharing these! I’m planning for our new school year, and your printables are A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!! I’m looking forward to checking out the rest of your site! Enjoy your summer!

  5. naureen says

    I too have looked over so many planners and I end up at your site admiring these free printables :-) I must say, this is an incredible incredible project. And I’m more impressed that you’ve made them free. Bless your heart.

    So I’m trying to figure out how to work with the half page ones. Which binder types would these half page ones fit into? Or which binder size?

    I’d love to see how you or others have used them to set up their own planners.

    • says

      Hi Naureen,

      As Dianne mentioned below the half-size planners fit the mini binders or arc junior books, you want something that will use 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 pages. Once you’ve printed them, cut them in half and you’re good to go. I hope that helps.

  6. Dianne in the desert says

    The half size pages would fit in binder using “half letter sheet” or “A5” planners.

    The printables are in PDF format, so if you open them in Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can choose the printing option that works best for you.

    Full page forms can also be printed to half size, but you may not get the edges where you want them.

    Hope that helps!

    Dianne

  7. Céline says

    Thank you so much for sharing this with us… I’m really impressed by your work! And it’s free! What more on earth could we ask for ?

    • says

      Hi Celine,

      I’m so happy to hear that you are enjoying the printables. I love sharing them with everyone. Thank you so much for taking time to leave such a nice comment.

  8. Aslı says

    Hi !
    I’m from Turkey. but the country is not animal. hahaha 😀

    You know the Turkey? or have you heard ?

    Returning to the topic, I’m following you to your website.
    İt is so beautiful
    You’re really good at this job

    My English is not very good.

    I hope my sentence is correct.

    I hope you answer

    Thank you so much <3

  9. Nikki says

    A HUGE Thank you for all your fantastic work. Like many others who have left comments, I’ve been so disheartened trying to find the right calendar/planner that I also tried ( and failed miserably ) to make my own. Thanks to you I can now quit pulling my hair out in frustration and get down to planning and enjoying the rest of the year.
    Having said that there is still one calendar I’m still trying to find – A Gardening calendar. Most of it would be filled in by the gardener – blank spaces to fill in plant names, a section for date sown ( can use colour coding to show whether its sown in or out doors ), a section for germination,potting out, harvesting ( possibly with a option for yield as well as date ) and notes.
    There’s loads available for veg gardening – the template on most is great but I’m growing flowers as well as veg and they dont give the option of adding my own plants to their current list.
    Is this something you may consider looking into?, there would be lots of grateful Gardeners if you did.
    Many Thanks and keep up with your STUNNINGLY simple, yet beautifully eloquent work.

    • says

      Thanks so much for leaving such a nice comment. I will definitely add that to my list of Reader Requests. I never thought of making something like that, it would be really handy.

    • says

      Hi Esma,
      The printbales come in two sizes – full-size and half-size. My full-size is US Letter (8 1/2″ x 11″) and my half-size are two pages per US Letter in landscape orientation, which measure 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ once they are cut in half. The closest I have to A5 is the half-size ones, though to fit A5 sized plannners they need to be trimmed a little more. I hope that helps.

  10. says

    Hi Alli,

    I just wanted to let you know that your planner pages were the first ones that came up when I Googled Free printable planners. I’m working on getting my kids organized for our Homeschool lessons starting this coming week and your planner pages are exactly what I need. Thank you so much!

    • says

      Oh thank you so much for taking the time to stop and tell me about that. I’m so happy you found us Anastacia. Enjoy the printables, I hope you find some that will be useful! :-)

  11. Kat says

    Would you consider making graph (grid) paper with slanted column headings, etc? Or maybe just a whole sheet of grid paper for bullet jounaling, etc? Thanks!

  12. Lina says

    HI ! Thank you so much for these wonderful printables ! At Last I found the best monthly calendar I can print over and over bc it is blank with no dates :) I can’t thank you enough !
    I printed out some others for me and my kids and all are awesome ,neat and have nice colors !

    • says

      Hi Lina, welcome! I’m so happy to hear that you found some calendar printables that will work for you. It’s so nice to know that they are useful. I have some more blank ones coming closer to the end of the year, to match the 2016 colours and style. :-)

  13. Irasea says

    I have a pocket size Filofax and love your printables. Is there a way to print them to this smaller size?

    Thanks for all your work on these and for sharing them! LOVE LOVE THEM!

  14. Diana D says

    Thank you so much for these printables, especially generously putting them online for free. I cannot thank you enough. As a graduate student with student loans, buying textbooks, and many other expenses, it was so great to come across these online in my search for an alternative to buying a weekly/monthly planner. The designs and colors are beautiful.
    I do suggest a contacts page. it would be very helpful for writing down classmate contact information like name, phone number, email, etc.
    Thanks again!

    • says

      Hi Diana, thanks so much for your kind words, I’m happy that you like the printables. A contact page is on my list of printables to make, I’m hoping to have it ready for September. :-)

  15. Shauna F. says

    Hello!
    I LOVE your purple, teal and green printables! They match the colors I use for my color coding :) I was wondering if you had the measurements and spacing listed anywhere? I currently have an Erin Condren Life Planner through the rest of this year but am looking for something different for next. The size of the ECLP is perfect and was trying to figure out if the half sizes of yours are roughly the same or if they would be able to be punched and fit into an a5 size planner?

    Thanks!

    • says

      Hi Shauna, thanks so much for taking some time to get in touch. I’m thrilled to hear that you like the colours. I don’t have the sizing listed anywhere (I really should fix that) but here you go: full-size = 8.5″ x 11″ (US Letter) half-size are 5.5″ x 8.5″ and are normally grouped two pages to one US Letter size page, in landscape format. Most of the printables have a 1/2″ margin around all sides, including the half-size. Some of my earlier printables have weird margins because I was making them to fit what I needed and back then I had no idea that other people would like them and want them too. :-) I’m slowly trying to get those updated.
      For best printing results when using US Letter paper I recommend NOT selecting the “Fit to Page” option in your printer settings. This seems to take away a lot of the margin spacing around the outside and leaves very little room for binding options.
      The half-size printables aren’t quite A5 size, you might have to trim them a little to make them fit.
      I hope I was able to answer all your questions, if you have any more please don’t hesitate to ask!

  16. Angela says

    Love your personal planner printables! Do you have any daily printables and a cover sheet in 2016 colors yet? Thanks!

  17. says

    Thank you so much! I was looking for something like this for so long!!! You are very kind to share these pritables!
    I’m sorry if my english is not so good, I’m from Portugal and found you trough Pinterest!
    I wish you lots of success, and I will follow you from now on.

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