Our January 2021 planner collection is here! We’re getting great feedback on the style of our new cover designs, the new storage box, and most of all, the format: a weekly planner with the flexibility to manage your to-do list!
The format of a planner matters. Each planner format is unique because planner people are all unique. Some plan out their days to a T. Some like to see their entire week at once. Some prefer tons of space for lists and notes. And some like a minimal design that allows them ultimate flexibility.
I believe in the Week on One Page format because it’s a system that works! I’ve tried (and created) A LOT of planners. This is the perfect weekly planner format. I don’t have a ton of appointments – in fact, I try not to overschedule myself – but I do have a ton of tasks and to-dos.
The left spread of our weekly planner format is designed so you can see your full week at once! Starting with Monday, each day of the week has enough spots for you to write in your appointments or meetings. Weekend days are together at the bottom for easy weekend planning! Next to your schedule is a to-do list section with checkmark circles. This allows you to add specific to-dos to certain days of the week or keep a running weekly list.
The right side of the Week on One Page spread is a quadrant list page. This is one of our favorite features in this planner! You’ll notice every single week has its own quadrant list page. This page allows you to categorize your lists and keep alllllll your to-dos next to your weekly schedule! With 98 blank, lined pages for notes, this planner is truly the list lover’s planner.
I believe this weekly planner format could work for you too! Do you want to try it for FREE? Click here to get a digital sample of the planner. No credit card information required. It’s completely free. We believe this is the best weekly planner format and we’re happy to offer it to you absolutely free!
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