New *2011* Project Girl Planner

December 16th, 2010

It’s almost 2011, and due to popular demand, I’ve come out with a new 2011 weekly planner! Based on feedback, I’ve made a few format changes, and also made the whole thing customizable with easy-to-edit forms on all the weekly pages.

Here is how the new format works, complete with daily chores, weekly chores, a shopping list, and a daily schedule area. The planner also includes 12 bonus Month-at-a-glance pages.

This is a great way to get and stay organized in the new year!

You can pick up this PRINTABLE PDF planner at Design House Digital for $12.99. It will be 30% off on Thursday, December 16th only

(This is a PDF file and not a physical product. It is meant to be purchased, downloaded, and printed.)

12 responses to “New *2011* Project Girl Planner”

  1. I bought this straight away. It’s perfect. Awesome job Jen. Thank you xxx

  2. judi says:

    I was hoping you’d make a 2011 version. I loved using mine this year. I also love the format change.

  3. this looks absolutely fantastic! i was actually just sitting down to try to create something like this for myself. my only question is–what size is it? i’m looking for something 8 1/2 x 11. let me know & I’ll purchase it right away. thanks so much!

  4. Jen Allyson says:

    Hi Anne, I should have mentioned the size! It is an 8.5×11 PDF. Though I’m sure there are settings in acrobat that would allow you to print larger or smaller. Everything is vector/text so there are no issues with shrinking or enlarging. Enjoy!

  5. […] stuff. We all know how I drool over anything organizational, so when I saw Jen’s 2011 Weekly Planner my eyes widened with glee.   I did not purchase it, because I’m already quite organized, […]

  6. Susan says:

    I just purchased your 2011 planner and loved the looks of it. But now that I have purchased and downloaded the file, I can not figure out how I can fill in pages with the information that I want. I would appreciate any help. Thanks!

  7. Jen Allyson says:

    You’ll need Acrobat Reader (free from adobe.com) Once you’ve opened the file in acrobat, you can manipulate the text fields by using the Type Cursor in the tool bar.

  8. […] suggest people use it. However, I wanted something that was a little more customizable. So I found this planner. It’s a little pricier, but worth it for the customization. You’ll hear me refer to […]

  9. Any chance you’ll have a sale for your 2011 planner? I figured, it being March it might be a great idea to have a spring cleaning sale 😉

    Thanks!

  10. Amy says:

    i do not have paypal as a buying option, is there any other method of pay?

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  12. Liz Linford says:

    Wanted to find out if you have toyed with the idea of making the planner go through July of the next year for school planning? That way school items can be planned in one sit down?
    Love your site! Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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