Don’t Miss These New Vertical Week on Two Pages Planners
The vertical week on two pages planner layout is a classic that has been around for longer than I can remember. It’s a versatile layout that allows plenty of room for planning and customizing each day to fit your needs.
I’ve been busy working on updating the planner printables to match the 2020 calendars. Today, I’m sharing the updated version of the two pages per week planner printables.
A vertical week on two pages layout is a versatile planner layout.
Almost every weekly planner I can think of comes in a version with a week on two pages. There is a reason this layout has been around for ages. It’s a wonderful balance between room to plan and not taking up too much space.
The vertical week on two pages offers plenty of room for customization and tailoring it to fit your needs best. Whether you need to break your days into different chunks, organize your to-dos into categories, or just like to have extra room for stickers and other decorating items, this layout offers it all.
Over the years I’ve done a few different variations on this layout. You can find them all on the Weekly Planner Printables page.
The Vertical Week on Two Pages Printables
This year’s versions is the same as last year’s. So many of you told me how much you liked it and hoped that it would be brought back this year that I decided to keep it the same.
On the left-hand side is a column with room for your Top Three each week, followed by a space for notes, or whatever you’d like to use it for.
Each day column is broken up into two sections. The top one features a checkbox list that you can use for tasks, shopping, or however you see fit. The bottom section is just lined, and totally customizable for you might need to use it.
You could add in times and plan your day by the hour. Use it for notes, memory keeping, or other journalling. Whatever works best for you in this section.
Finally, the very bottom section of the right-hand page has a habit tracker and a block that I originally used for meal planning, but some other uses that have been shared with me include:
- chore of the day
- important task of the day
- exercise log
- blood pressure tracker
- water tracker (the woman who shared this said she coloured the box to show how much water she drank each day)
- mood tracker
- symptom tracker
- subject of the day (a student said she used it to show which subject she was studying that day)
My goal with these weekly planners was to offer you a framework for planning while still giving you room to customize them to fit your needs. I really hope I’ve met that goal for you.
Ready to check them out?
Full-Size Week on Two Pages
The full-size versions come in a set with four pages. I chose to include the extra pages because I have found that it makes printing double-sided easier. Especially if you’re using a duplexer.
I made both a Sunday and Monday start version. Just pick the one that works best for you.
Whenever I print the full-size version, I always print the first two pages of the file by themselves. This allows me to have a blank page starting and ending the month I plan to use them in. I use the blank page for brain dumps, doodles, and scribbling random notes.
Then I print two or three copies of the whole file double-sided, depending on how many weeks are in the month.
Half-Size Week on Two Pages
I also set up the half-size version to be easier to print double-sided too, especially with a duplexer. I included two weeks in each weekly planner set.
Just like the full-size, you have your choice of Sunday or Monday start days.
As with the full-size version, I also print one page of these files on their own so that I have a blank page at the start and end of each month. Then I print two or three copies double-sided to fill in the rest of the month.
Other Printables You Might Want to Check Out
If a vertical week on two pages planner isn’t the layout for you that’s ok because I have a few other weekly layouts you might enjoy. Click on one of the images below to check them out.
In addition to different weekly layouts, I also have dated monthly calendars for 2020 and monthly planning pages that were designed to work with the calendars.
I’m working on more planner printables in the Coastal Dreams collections. Daily planners, special dates, and more are on there way. They’ll be up on the blog in time for the new year, I hope you’ll come back to check them out.
What Do You Think?
I would love to hear your thoughts on these weekly planners. Are they a layout you love? Is there something you would change?
Drop me a line in the comments below and let me know your thoughts.
And remember, if you share a picture on social media, I’d love to see it. Be sure to tag me or use the hashtag #scatteredsquirrelprintables and I’ll make sure to hop over and check it out.
I love these! I was actually just going to start using this set up you have in a different color scheme. And now I’m going to have it switch color schemes each week!
I really love this layout. I can water,mood,and meal planall inside the block. A small helpful habit tracker,and lines for notes. I time block on the lines to the left. If this had the Alistiar weekly layout instead of boxes,it could probably fit in one page
I’m really glad you like them Dee. I’m working on a Alistair weekly layout, hoping to have it ready before the new year.
I really like the layout and flow of your pages. Have you considered adding a spot for Goals/Objectives?
Thanks so much, Coop, I’m happy to hear that you like the layout. I thought about adding something like that, but opted to leave the notes column unlabeled so that people could use it however they need to.
Thank you for these. I am using them for mt scrapbook planning.
You’re most welcome Melissa. I hope they work well for you.
Thank you for your hard work and generosity! You are amazing.
Thank you so much for your kind words Charlotte. It’s my pleasure to make these for you.