April 12, 2021

Does your planner consist of monthly, weekly or daily pages? Most of us would have our own systems, evolving around a combination of the above.

Generally, we have monthly goals, weekly schedules and daily tasks and journals.

Example of monthly page

Example of monthly page

A monthly calendar is usually not sufficient to list all tasks and notes.

Example of daily page

Example of daily page

Daily pages have more space for details but do not provide an overview of days past and future.

Weekly pages provide a good balance for laying out a week's worth of tasks and notes. At the beginning of the week, schedule appointments, project tasks and errands for the entire week. As the week progresses, tasks are executed, and notes are kept.

I have designed 2 weekly layouts for weekly planning and tasks tracking.

Weekly planner with time block

Weekly planner with time block

Weekly routines and tasks tracker

Weekly routines and tasks tracker

These weekly pages can also be used to supplement your regular planner or bullet journal.

The pages are undated so you can print and use whenever you wish. Use it for specific months or projects to stay motivated and productive.

The colours are fairly neutral to leave room for your individual creativity. Decorate with stickers, washi tape or doodles. Make it your own.

This set of weekly pages are available on my Etsy Shop.

Weekly planner routine tasks tracker on Etsy

Weekly planner routine tasks tracker on Etsy