Weekly Planner Sheet
Plan your weeks in style with this beautifully decorated weekly planner sheet adorned with Sky Siouki nature illustrations. This A4 sheet is available to download instantly once purchased so you can print off as many copies as you like. Whether working from home and looking to add a little more structure to your weeks or working in a studio or office, the download comes as a pdf file so can easily be printed from wherever you are.
The sheet features a section for each day of the week from Monday-Sunday to write your daily tasks into. There’s a little more space available on the weekday columns than the weekend since you need to rest at some point too! There is also a column to write your general task list for the week into so you can brain dump everything you need to do into this area first before then organising the tasks into each day of the week. At the bottom there is a daily habit tracker for any goals or new habits you are trying to keep up each day. Tick inside the circles for each day you manage to achieve or maintain these goals.
Finally, there is a little box to fill in at the end of the week with your best moments. You can write whatever you like in here, from little positive highlights that have made you smile to smashing big milestone goals! I find this is a great practice to foster a positive attitude and remind myself of what I’ve achieved every week.
Printable Download Details
Sheet size is A4 (21cm x 29.7cm).
Download available in PDF format instantly after checkout.
When printing please select ‘Actual Size’ or ‘Fill Entire Paper’ in the print settings dialogue.
The digital design goes to the edges of the page but most printers will clip a few millimetres off the edges. Just click ok and proceed if there is a warning about this.
If you do not have the capability to print the sheet yourself, please choose ‘Deliver One to Me’ from the Printing Options drop-down menu to have a printed copy posted to you. If you have access to a photocopier you can then copy several sheets to fill in instead.