Free Daily Planner Printable
A planned out day. An organized day. Is it possible? It is worth a try. How about a free daily planner printable? Sounds good right?
Searching Pinterest, I found all sorts of free daily planner printable pins for just this sort of thing and yet none have quite struck my fancy. I decided to make one that did. Now I’m sharing it with you- I am a nice lady.
Indecisive me didn’t know if I wanted to just use the daily planner printable on my clipboard on my desk or have a binder full of pages. The problem with using the clipboard version for the binder is that it is centered on the page and if you punch holes in it to put in your binder, it cuts into the border. Can’t have that, can we?
What do we do to combat this problem? Make a binder version- that’s what we do. I made one with space on the left margin so you can put your holes there; and the second version can be printed on the other side and it won’t cut into the border because it has space on the right margin (this girl is thinking ahead). You decide version works best for you.
Free Clipboard Daily Planner Printable
This clipboard version of my free daily planner printable is made for you to print and use on it’s own. I use it on my handy dandy clipboard. Join my email list (in the sidebar to the right) to get password for this and ALL of my free content.
Free Binder Daily Planner Printable
This next version of my free daily planner printable is made for you to use in a binder (you just need to do the hole punching). I made the PDF file to contain both pages so if you select to print the whole thing and tell your printer to print on both sides…you’re ahead of the game. Print a bunch out and punch them all at the same time (smart things are being told here). Join my email list (in the sidebar to the right) to get password for this and ALL of my free content.
I hope that this layout works well for organizing and planning your day. Happy day planning!
I created the layout of this printable using Adobe Photoshop CS5
Fonts used in this design: Amatic,
Author: Vernon Adams,
I changed the banner vectors that I found for free on the web just a wee bit to suit my taste, but they were created by using the original vectors found here on freepik.com
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