As you may have noticed, we love coming up with ways to get organized around here! In fact, we have a whole page dedicated to home organization, which includes printable labels, to-do lists, calendars, and more. Calendars are an easy way to keep important plans front and center, which is why I love having a monthly calendar on my desk. However, it can also be helpful to have more space to write down your other priorities for the week. So, we have designed this printable weekly planner and notepad for you to use!
You can hang this calendar and notepad up on your wall or keep it out on your desk. Either way, it’ll look cute — and it’ll save you some money, too! The calendar isn’t dated, so you can download and use it anytime this year, next year, and so on.
Our printable weekly calendar and notepad feature an abstract rainbow-inspired pattern, hand-drawn by our designer Meagan. So we decided they would look cute on the wall with our yarn-wrapped rainbow wall hanging. We then added a few stacked books, some decor that matches the color scheme, and our paper zig-zag cactus for a bit of greenery. If you want more ideas on how to style your printables and other handmade crafts, browse our home decor projects.
Along with the days of the week, our printable weekly calendar includes a to-do section at the bottom. This would be a good spot to write down your key priorities for the week or anything important that you want to stand out in your list of tasks, meetings, appointments, and so on. If you want, you could even print one out for your office that focuses on work tasks and one for your home that focuses on personal tasks or goals.
However you use it, our printable weekly planner will keep you on track, organized, and productive! Plus it feels so good to see tasks crossed off your to-do list and to know that you’ve accomplished a weekly goal. Let us know how you’d use your calendar and notepad in the comments below. And feel free to share your favorite ideas for getting organized!
Using our Canon crafting printer, we printed both the calendar and the notepad on 8.5″x11″ white cardstock paper.
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