2018 Dated Yearly Calendar Printables

Guess what I’ve been working on?  Ok, that was a trick question because the title totally gives away the answer.  I love this time of year.  Not only because spring is finally starting to arrive, but I get to share the new dated calendars with you all.  This year I’m hoping to offer a new size option, but for today I’m going to kick things off with the full and half size 2018 dated yearly calendar printables.  Who’s ready to check them out?

2018 dated yearly calendar printables are a great addition to your planner so you can start long term planning.

I love using yearly calendars for my long term planning.  I use highlighters to mark off important dates, schedule vacation time and keep track of things like school holidays and pay days.  There also work great for habit trackers.  Whether you want to try to build a new habit each month or are working on one for the whole year, you can use a dated yearly calendar to keep track of how well you are doing.  The uses for calendars like these can be as varied as the people who use them.

2018 Dated Yearly Calendar Printables

Every year I try to keep your feedback in mind when I’m designing the new calendars.  So this year, when choosing colours I tried to picks colours that worked well together, but didn’t print too light.  I ended up with a green and peachy colour combo that I think is fun but not too crazy.  It’s easy to read and prints well in greyscale on my printers, so I hope it will work well for you.

I also went for east to read fonts.  I love a beautiful script font as much as the next person, but I kind of feel like I’m on script overload.  I’m seeing them everywhere and I kind of wanted to do something a little different this time.

Below is the full-size one.  As you’ll see, I kept it in the same layout as usual.  The only thing I did differently was add in the lines to dress it up a bit.  Nothing too fancy.

Full-Size (US Letter) 2018 Dated Yearly Calendar Printable for your long term planning.For the half-size version I listened to your feed back and when back to the original layout of keep each half of the year on its own page.

(Check out the 2017 Yearly Calendars to see what I mean) 

Half-Size, or Half Page 2018 Dated Yearly Calendar Printable

If you’re new to Scattered Squirrel, to snag a copy of any of the printables for yourself, just simply click the pictures of the ones you want and the PDF version will open for you to save.  All of the printables are for personal use only. 

So those are 2018 dated yearly calendar printables!  What do you think?  I’m putting the finishing touches on the monthly calendars.  They just need a few tweaks and then they’ll be hitting the blog early next week!

Now It’s Your Turn

I’d love to hear your thoughts on the new design for 2018.  Drop me a line in the comments below and let me know what you think.  If you could have any colour combination on your calendars, what would it be?

The 2018 Dated Yearly Calendar printables are ready for you to download. They're great for long-term planning.

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  1. Julie Skaggs says:

    When will the 2018 monthly two page spreads be available??

    I’m a school principal and – believe it or not – we will be planning the entire 17-18 school year the first week of June.

    I love the teal/coral color combo above. Bring it on!

    1. Hi Julie, the two page spreads are coming out Friday or Saturday. I’m planning for Friday, but it’s been a busier than usual week here so I might need the extra day to get them up. I’m thrilled that you like the new colours. I wasn’t sure at first, but I’m really liking them too.

  2. Can you PLEASE make the half-size calendars for 2018, too?! They are perfect for the top half of my family clipboards. Thank you!!

    1. ScatteredSquirrel says:

      Hi Tara, I already did. If you go to the blog page and scroll down a little ways you’ll see them. 🙂 I have a couple more versions on the way as well.

  3. Thank you for doing this. Your work is so lovely and it’s really kind of you to share.

    1. ScatteredSquirrel says:

      Hi Julie, thank you so much for your kind words. I hope you find some printables that you like.

  4. I’m loving the color combo and font on this version’s. Simple but chic. Good call on the dashes detail. It really does add to the prettiness of it :). As always, thank you for kindly sharing these with us!

    1. ScatteredSquirrel says:

      Thanks so much Cindy. I’m happy that you like the colour combo. I was going for something simple, easy on the eyes, but still a little fun. The green and peach are a little outside my colour comfort zone, but I’m happy with how they turned out. I hope you enjoy using them.

  5. I’m actually the opposite. I really liked the 2016 version. It popped. To my eyes, the 2017 and 2018 are very similar and the color is very muted in some lighting.

  6. Love the new 2018!!! Thank you so much!!!

  7. These are awesome! What fonts have you used on these calendars?

  8. Hi Allie, I have searched for several years for the perfect planner pages . I prefer a half size, monthly-weekly format. You just cannot find one already printed in the right size. Anything I find that I like is larger than I’d like. I want to be able to slide it into my purse for everyday use. Yours appear to be a good size, but in order to print monthly-weekly, I’d have to sit down & really ‘think’ about how to go about that. (double sided for thinner planner) Do you plan on doing a monthly-weekly combo for 2018? I hope so. Thanks for sharing your work & expertise. Have a great day!

  9. Thanks for the cute calendar!

    1. ScatteredSquirrel says:

      You’re very welcome! I’m happy you like it.

  10. Will you have a 2018 Yearly Overview Calendar, half-size (8.5″ x 5.5″)?
    My planner is small.

    Thank You!

    1. ScatteredSquirrel says:

      I’m working on those right now. They’ll be coming out soon with a batch of other printables in the 2018 colours. 🙂

    1. ScatteredSquirrel says:

      Hi Annette, thank you! I am working on 2019 already! In fact, I’ll be sending out a newsletter/publishing a blog post soon about them, because I’m doing things a little differently this year.

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