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Free Weekly Planner Template

Posted by | January 04, 2015 | Do Less Be More, Organizing | 4 Comments

Is one of your 2015 goals to get more organized? This is a goal that seems to always be on my list, taunting me. But this is the year, people. I will be in charge of my time from now on.  I’ve noticed is that I’m actually good at using Google calendar for actual appointments so I can sync up with Justin about where we have to be when. I love having all of my appointments available on my phone at a moments notice.

What I don’t like is having a to do list online. I [heart heart heart] making that swooshing cross-off line through tasks (and getting a bit annoyed when I complete something that isn’t on my list because I can’t have the satisfaction of drawing a line through it).

I couldn’t find a planner that fit my needs, so I made one in Excel. I thought it might be helpful for some of you, so I’m giving you a free template to download and print yourselves!

This free weekly planner printable features:

  • Weekly view with 5 categories to organize your life (Personal, Family, Work, Home, Health)
  • A section to write out your goals for the week, a section for inspiration (a Bible verse or other quote), a dinner-planning section, and lastly a area for those random notes that you need to jot and keep
  • A two page-spread to give you lots of room– each page is 8.5″ x 11″

Free Weekly Planner Template via Quick Like Foxes

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How would your dream planner be laid out? Tell me in the comments!

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About Lauren Thorp

In early 2014, before the birth of my first child, I finally settled back in my hometown of St. Louis, MO into an adorable 100 year old brick home in the city with my husband, Justin. After an incredibly trying pregnancy, Miles was born in June 2014 and my world was immediately turned upside down. My erratic hours and caffeine fueled work binges were a thing of the past, and I quickly had to hone in on how to focus my time and energy to quickly and efficiently get results in my business, so that I could be present and focus on my true love- my family. Though I’m new at this mom gig, I’m learning through trial by fire about how to balance being a wife, a mom, an entrepreneur, a friend, a house manager, a bookkeeper, and a nurse to my family. It’s a difficult task that is never done, but it’s a beautiful dance that is enriching my life and teaching me a lot about myself.

  • withluckblog

    My favorite planner EVER doesn’t seem to exist anymore. It was a mead planner with cool doodle-like art on the front and riddled throughout the pages. It had all of the months layed out in one section, and then weeks sectioned out after that. It’s kind of hard to explain, but if you had the planner open in front of you, one page was blank for notes and lists and the other page had your days separated out Monday-Sunday. Every week day was split down the middle with a ‘life’ section and a ‘work’ section. It was amazing and kept me super organized, but I haven’t been able to find it since college. Your separate categories is actually the closest I’ve ever seen to that planner!

    • http://www.umba.com/ Lauren Thorp

      Oh that does sound interesting! I feel like all the days on one page would be too “cozy”? How big was it? Hope you find this useful!

  • Marlene Moritz

    I finally found the perfect weekly planner template, but the word inspiration is misspelled.

  • S. W.

    would i be able to customize the template once downloaded or is it in a locked format? I am a stay at home mom and so personal, work, family, and home are all similar categories for me and health is too vague. I’d probably switch them out for Girl Scouts, School/PTO, Meals, Home/Church, and Fitness

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