New Planner Printables as You Requested!

We are halfway through February already, and you know what that means?  It’s time for another Reader Request post.  Out of all the posts I write, I think these ones are my favourites.  I love nothing better than making up printables that you all ask for.  This month I thought it might be fun to focus on planner printables.  Out of all the requests that come my way, planner printables top the popularity chart, and as much I would love to make all of them, I had to narrow it down to just a few, at least for this month.  So please take a peak and tell me what you think.

There is nothing I love better than planner printables.

 Planner Printables

This month I’m changing things up a little bit.  Normally, I get requests for certain full-size printables to be made into half-size versions.  I’m slowly working towards making all the printables here available in both sizes, but it takes a little time.  This month though, I’m going in the opposite direction.  I’ve received a number of requests for full size versions of the printables shown below and  I honestly can’t believe that in the (almost) three years I’ve been sharing printables here, I have yet to make a simple, full-size daily agenda.  No fuss, no muss, just an agenda.  Crazy right?  I thought so.  I also thought it was time to rectify the situation.

Daily Agenda Printable

I kept the daily agenda super simple and just made a full size version of the one above.  This allowed for more time slots to be added.  Don’t worry if you don’t need all the times, use those extra slots for notes.  I actually took this one for a test drive today, and I have to say, it’s been doing great at keeping me on track and I’m loving have the extra room to add a little more detail into each task/appointment.  It makes me wonder why I didn’t do this sooner.  Sometimes simple really is the best way to go.

Just a simple daily agenda printable to help you plan your days.Weekly Planner Printable

Simple seems to be the running theme this month with the printables.  I didn’t do anything to change the weekly planner printable either, I just redesigned it to be full-size.  Since so many of the requests that I get for this one always mention the colours, I opted to leave those the same.  I’m thinking I might make a few more with some different colours.  If I did would anyone be interested in them?  Leave me a reply in the comments if you would, and let me know what colours you’d like to see.

This Simple Weekly Planner is Colourful and Fun

Simple Weekly To-List Printable

This one wasn’t exactly mentioned in any of the requests and I almost left it out since I do have another version of the weekly to-do list printable, but this one is cleaner and well, to repeat myself, simpler.  And, ok, if I’m being totally honest, it felt kind of weird to break up the set.   Yes, I know, I’m a strange duck…err… squirrel!?!?


Simple weekly to-do printable. Clean and clutter free.

Blank Portrait Monthly Calendar Printables

So, I mentioned above that I’ve been trying to offer both full and half-size versions of all the printables.  These ones below are the exception to that.  I tried making half-size versions, but because of the odd size of the boxes it just didn’t work.  They ended up being pretty squishy and I just couldn’t bring myself to put them on here.  If you really want them, I’ll play around a little more, but they won’t be very usable.  The full-size version, however, turned out better than I thought they would.  First up, are the more traditional, start on a Sunday calendars.  I made both a blank and lined version.  If you opt for the lined version, let me know how that works out.  If it works out well, I’ll start adding in a lined version to all my calendars.

Did I really just type that?  That’s a lot of calendars to update!  But I meant it, if you like the lined version let me know, I’ll work at updating the other ones as time allows.  Speaking of other ones, back in October you surprised with how well received the monthly calendars starting on Monday were.  So, it should come as no surprise that I made a second version of the new blank calendars with the non-traditional, start on Monday twist!

I really do love doing these posts, so keep those requests coming!  I just wanted to mention a few things before I let you go.  To snag your copy of any of the printables you see here on Scattered Squirrel, simply click the picture of the printable and either

  • a new tab will open where you can view the PDF, save it to your computer or print it right from your browser
  • a dialog box will open asking you where you want to save it
  • it will just automatically download,

Which one depends on your browser and your browser settings.  Also, please remember that the printables shared here are free for personal use only.

So, tell me true, what do you think of the new versions of planner printables?  Don’t forget to let me know in the comments if you would like to see some different versions of the weekly planner printable, and what colours you would like to see it offered in!

There is nothing I love better than planner printables. Check out the blank portrait layout calendars (in blank and lined), the daily agenda, weekly planner and weekly to-do list.


Do you have a suggestion or request for a printable?  I’d love to hear from you if you do.

~Happy Printing!~

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  1. Hi! I love your printables, but the weekly planner with the colourful squares doesn’t link to a pdf, it’s just an image.

    1. ScatteredSquirrel says:

      Hi Jade, I’m so sorry for my late reply. Thank you so much for letting me know that the weekly wasn’t linking right. I’m not sure why, but sometimes the links go wonky on occasion. With so many printables on the site, it’s hard to check them all on a regular basis to make sure the links are working, so I greatly appreciate the heads up. It’s all fixed now. Again, I’m so sorry I was so late in replying.

  2. PM Pascua says:

    Thank you so much!

    1. ScatteredSquirrel says:

      You are very welcome!

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