Do you plan your week? People who do have a real advantage when it comes to organizing their time.
Why? Well, more than any other time period, a block of seven days makes a time management schedule worth keeping.
Daily plans can fit into a weekly planner, but often not the other way round.
Many appointments and events happen on a weekly basis rather than daily, so seven day planners are the perfect solution for slotting them in.
Once you know what your commitments consist of each week, you're able to manage your time far more effectively and efficiently.
With that in mind, please scroll down to view and print any of the free printable week planner templates below.
They're simple, clear and easy to use so you stay on top of things during your week.
These are PDF files. If you'd like guidance for using these, scroll down for details.
For a classic Monday to Friday week planner, have a quick look at the free printable weekly planners for work, college and parents with school aged children.
Monday to Sunday format
Monday to Sunday - 1 column (including will-do list)
Monday to Sunday - 1 column (no will-do list)
Monday to Sunday - 2 columns
Monday to Sunday - 3 columns
Monday to Sunday - 4 columns
Monday to Sunday - 5 columns
Monday to Sunday - focus on Saturday
Monday to Sunday - focus on Sunday
Monday to Sunday - weekend focus
Sunday to Saturday format
Sunday to Saturday - 1 column (including will-do list)
Sunday to Saturday - 1 column (no will-do list)
Sunday to Saturday - 2 columns
Sunday to Saturday - 3 columns
Sunday to Saturday - 4 columns
Sunday to Saturday - 5 columns
Sunday to Saturday - focus on Saturday
Sunday to Saturday - focus on Sunday
Sunday to Saturday - weekend focus
You will need Adobe Reader (the latest version is recommended) installed on your computer in order to open and read these free printable planners. You can get Adobe Reader here (a new window will open so you can download it without leaving this page).
If you want to open the file in your browser window, just click on the link (opens new window). However, if you want to download the file to view later, or a left click doesn't open it for you, then right-click on the link and choose "Save Target As", "Save File As" or "Save Link As". Then select where you want to save the file on your hard drive for future use.
Once you have saved the file, locate where you saved it, and double click to open.
In order to print, open the downloaded file, and select the "Print" option from the menu.comments powered by Disqus
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