Blank Calendar Monthly & Weekly Printables
With the new year quickly approaching, I am getting into January organization mode. Am I the only one who can’t believe it’s almost January?! Crazy how quickly this year just flew by. They say time flies when you’re having fun right?
I have a slight OCD in regards to planning. Well, maybe not so slight. Sometimes my planner is my very best friend. Writing things down helps me to remember them, and I love lists. Besides my planner, I keep a binder with monthly and weekly calendar printouts. My planner goes with me everywhere, but the binder lives at home and as much as I love my planner, this way gives me more room to add details. I’ve been making my own printable calendars for a long time. I like having them done a certain way. I decided this year that I’d share my new ones with you!
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This is one side of the two page layout on my blank monthly calendar. The monthly blocks are just big enough for basic details. It is an easy way to see what my month is looking like as a whole. Also a really great way to remember birthdays!
I print 12 each of the left, and right side of the calendar. There is a blank space to write the month, and 5 lines of Sunday – Saturday day of the week blocks. I leave my printable calendars mostly blank because aside from my love of planning, I also really love to doodle. I use stickers, washi, and lots of colored pens to bring them to life. These are my very favorite colorful pens. They write beautifully smooth, and come in amazing fun colors (plus they last a decent amount of time!)
I also print out 30 each of these two page layout weekly calendars. I like having a bigger space to keep track of daily notes, lists and reminders. I insert 5 of the weekly calendars in my binder between each month. I have the month in a compact overview, and a more detailed daily plan this way.
You can have a copy place print these for you very inexpensively, or print at home from your own printer. They are not graphic heavy, and use very little ink.
I hope you like them! Would you like to see different organization related printables? Here’s to a more organized year in 2016!