Personal Planner

Looking for something to help you manage your time? You’ve come to the right place. Planners are right there at the top of things I love and can never have enough of. (Yeah I know you can only use one at time, maybe two…) I hope you find something here that will suit your needs.

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Weekly


 

 

Monthly


 

 

Yearly


 

 


 

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!

49 Comments:

  1. these are so great- glad I found you – I always try to make my own but I dont have the right software- what are the basics you need to do a printable?

    • Hi Kelly, thanks so much for stopping by. There are so many different ways of making printables. I know that many people use programs like Excel and Publisher to create theirs. Personally, I use a combination of Libre Office, GiMP and InkScape. (all of which are free programs!) I hope that helps!
      Thanks again for stopping by! Hope to see you around!
      Alli

  2. Thanks so much for these , needed to do a weekly plan for my daughters study schedule. she really liked the design and the colours of course. I think it will inspire her to stick to it!

    • Hi Diana,
      Thanks so much for stopping by. I’m so glad to hear that your daughter likes the design and colors. If you need the planner tweaked at all, let me know. I’m always up for requests! I hope you find it helpful!
      Have a fantastic week!
      Alli

  3. hey i was wondering if you could make all the printables available in half size like the ones above. i would really appreciate it

    • Hi Abby,
      I’m actually working on making a half-sized planner, so stay tuned for either the half sized versions of these, or even some new ones!
      I hope you’re having a great week so far.
      Alli

  4. Your 1/2 page layout for week & month are my absolute favorites! I searched & searched planner forms, but found myself unsatisfied with the boring layouts or intimidated by their gazillion entry lines many have. Your layout fit that colorful view I desired. Thank you so much! I actually look forward to using this pretty planner. =)

    • Hi Deena,

      I am so happy to hear that you like the half size printables, I’m pretty fond of them myself. I hope you enjoy using them as much as I do. If there are any other pages you think would be a great addition to a planner, please let me know and I’ll see if I can whip some up for you. Can I ask, are you using the printables in a mini binder or did you have them bound at a copy center like Staples? The reason I ask is that I’m playing with the spacing on them for binding purposes, and I was just curious how people are using them.

      I hope you’re having a great day!

      Alli

  5. Love the new half size designs! Are you planning to add more to the collection? I’d love to start using these along with note taking pages, meal planning/grocery lists and monthly goals/tasks. Great job!!

    • Hi Lise,

      Awww, thanks! I love hearing that other like the printables as much as I do, it warms my heart. I am planning on adding more to collection, I was actually just working on a list of possible pages to include. I will add the ones you suggested to the list and hopefully, I will have them ready to go before the end of September.

      Quick question, if it’s not too nosy, are you using the half size ones in a mini binder or do you have them bound, like at copy center like Staples? I’ve been toying with the sizing and layout, and was curious which way they’re used more.

      I hope that you enjoy the printables, and that you are having a fantastic day!

      Alli

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  7. Love Love thanks you so much, simple is my favorite and especially thanks for the half size pages!

    • Hi Lori,

      You are so very welcome. Simple works well for me too! I have more half sized pages that I’m working on, but they won’t be coming out until November. I’ve got the kitchen beast to tame this month lol

      Thanks so much for taking time to leave a comment,

      Wishing you a fantastic day,

      Alli

  8. Hi there!

    I too love the half size pages. If you did a daily page in the same style it would be perfect. I’m using them in an A5 Arc that I’ve just bought at Staples. So far I’m using the half page month and weekly pages. A matching daily would be great. I’m not a blogger, so don’t really need a ‘blog’ title. Perhaps just ‘work’. Somewhere specific for a meal plan on the daily would be great – but there’s enough space to put it anywhere really. I don’t know if I would ever use that many lines for the time of the day – I tend to use fairly simple to do lists. But I’m going to try it out and see if it works for me. THANKS for all your hard work and look forward to checking back later in the year.

    • Hi Em,

      Thank you so much for taking time to leave a comment. I do have something in the works for a daily half-size planner page, and I will most definitely take your suggestions into account. If you have something more specific in mind, please feel free to email me (alli at scatteredsquirrel dot com) and we can get it all set up just how you want it. I will also see about changing that one title to work instead of blog.

      How are you liking the Arc? Is it holding up well? I’ve been drooling over that system for a while now and have been wondering if it’s durable enough for every day use.

      I hope you’re having a great day!

      Alli

  9. Thank you so much for being so generous with your amazing planner printables!!! I look everywhere and have downloaded so many and find that yours are the best and include everything I need! I love the full and half size and can’t wait to get organized with them! I have such a hard time getting things together and keeping it straight and I believe these will make a huge difference!!
    Kristina

    • Hi Kristina,

      You are most welcome. Thank you for taking time to leave such a sweet comment. The printable collection here seems to grow a little more each month, so I hope you’ll come on back. I hope the printables are useful for you.

      Enjoy your weekend.

      Alli

  10. Thank you so much for these. Your weekly planner is *exactly* what I was looking for!!

  11. Love your planner pages. Thank you!

  12. Hi! Do you have a daily agenda available in the Day Runner sizes? I am looking for a printable that fits my binder and loved yours! I live in Brazil and cannot find DayRunners here… Thanks!

  13. I love how bright your pages are! I have been looking for a good half size check register for my planner. Have you ever thought about making something like that?

    • Hi Tanya,

      Thank you so much for such a sweet comment. It totally makes my day to hear, or rather read, that others like the printables. I had not thought of a check register but I think I will add that to my list of printables to make up for the coming year. Might even be able to get it done this month.

      Happy New Year!

  14. Hi Alli, your work is great and inspired me to design my own weekly planner! :)
    I published it on my blog in a post where I give you credit for the inspiration, if you’d like to have a look at it click on my name.
    Happy New Year!

    • Hi Giada, thanks so much for stopping by and leaving me a comment. I love that you designed your own weekly planner. How is it working for you? Thank you so much for linking to the blog, that was super sweet of you. I can’t wait to read more of your blog posts!

      Happy New Year!

      Alli

  15. Hi there, it’s working fine! Probably in the near future I’m gonna need something more detailed, then I’ll download your planners! I love printables because I can stick them around the room and always have them under my nose. :D
    keep up your nice work!

  16. Can you do the “Special Dates” in a half page size? Or maybe reformat it so it prints on one full page, but in a way so that it can be cut in half? I love your printables! I have a mini Russell & Hazel binder and am always looking around for cute half page sized printables.

    • Hi Caroline,

      Of course I can do a half size special dates printable. I will add that to my list of ones to whip up. I have a couple of them that I’m getting ready to share later this week, I’m sure I can work this one into the collection too! Thanks so much for the suggestion.

      I hope you’re having a wonderful Monday so far!

      Alli

  17. Do you have a monthly that has days filled in? I am trying to create my own 2 year calendar.

    • Hi Jamey,

      I do have dated calendars, but only for 2014 and 2013. Thought the 2013 ones will be disappearing soon. I’ll put the 2014 ones up under the free printables tab, that way they are easier to find. I hope that helps.

      Alli

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  19. These are so pretty, thanks for sharing.

  20. Thank you so much for sharing your planner inserts! They worked out perfect!!

  21. Hi,
    These pages are great…however the bright colours are a migraine trigger for me. Is there anyway to change the colours?
    Thanks for sharing all your tips with us!

    • Hi Mandy,
      Migraines are no fun! If you let me know which ones you want, and what colors you would prefer, I can change up the colors for you. Shoot me an email to all {at} scatteredsquirrel {dot} com and let me know ok? I hope this helps.
      I hope you’re having a great week so far!
      Alli

  22. Love these! I’m an organizer nut too and generally have 3 different type of organizer pages going in my planner. I make a lot of my own but these are so cute and clean looking I can just use yours!

    • Hi Kinah,

      Oh I’m so happy you like them. I try to keep them as uncluttered as possible, that’s just a personal preference though. I’m happy to hear you like them. I use a combination of ones I’ve made and ones others have made.

      Happy printing!

      Alli

  23. Hi. I love your planner pages. What program did you use to create these if you don’t mind sharing?

    Thanks!!

    • Hi Tania,
      Thanks so much, I’m so happy to hear that you like the planners. I am currently using a program called InkScape to create all the printables. InkScape is free, open source, vector drawing program. It means a little more work in some ways, but gives so much more freedom than just an office program, or at least that’s what I think. But really, it all depends on what you’re comfortable with. I know many people who create some amazing planner pages using programs like MS Word and Excel, it’s all a matter of preference. InkScape is a free program, so if you want to check it out, just google it. I hope that helps.
      Take care!
      Alli

  24. Richetta Blackmon

    Thanks for the GEMS

  25. Hi, these are so lovely. I seem to be having a glitch with the “Our Family schedule” printable. What’s the best program to open it with? The wording is all bunched up.

    Thanks

    • Oh no, I’m so sorry it’s gone all wonky, Heather. All the printables are PDF files, so a program like Adobe Reader, or Okular is best to use. If you’re using one of those and it’s still all wonky, you can try downloading it again. If that doesn’t work, let me know and I can email you a copy.

      I hope that helps. Let me know how it goes.

      Alli

  26. Thank you so much for sharing your printables Alli. I was googling planner pages and came across yours and I have to say I love them!!!!!!!!! The fact that you have Squirrel is a bonus because I feed squirrels all the time at home. It is like they have me on a schedule. But seriously your printables are very pretty which I love and not to mention simple at the same time. They have everything I need on them but was wondering if you have something like a Daily Agenda one to print out. I didn’t see that one but if not that is ok. I am happy with what I have.

    Thanks for sharing.

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