2-week planner *Free Download*

August 23rd, 2011

So now that I’m starting to get back into the swing of things after having my cute little baby, I have been trying to figure out the best way to keep myself on task and organized. Having a little one is hard because my schedule is constantly changing based on when his naps are, and though he’s on a pretty regular schedule, for some reason his nap time and duration change a lot still.

I made this “2-week schedule” to keep me on task with a”morning” “afternoon” and “evening” sections. This way I can divide my daily tasks into chunks to get done while he is napping or otherwise occupied. It also gives me a lot of flexibility with my time as well as freeing me up more during the day since I don’t feel so overwhelmed by such a large to-do list.¬† I also like that it is 2 weeks long so I can see and plan for the upcoming week and see what deadlines I need to be thinking of that are around the corner. For now I printed 2 sheets so that I have a whole month in front of me.

I created a blank version for you to download free (for personal use only). Click on the image to download the PDF file.

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5 Responses to “2-week planner *Free Download*”

  1. Jennelle says:

    Hi! This is awesome! I was just wondering what font you used to make it? Thanks so much!

  2. [...] The Project Girl’s Morning, Afternoon, Evening Schedule¬†- great resource for a broader schedule as opposed to an hourly format [...]

  3. Kathryn says:

    Thank you so much for these awesome planners! I have tried everything when it comes to being organized, but it never works because I just don’t use it. When I saw this, instantly I knew this would work for me, and I just now sat down and planned out everything from now until next February! I am so excited, I think this will bring some semblance of order to my schedule/life. And thank you for making this free, I really appreciate it. Have a wonderful day!

  4. Millie says:

    Absolutely love your templates, I’d really love to know what program you use to make them and later turn them into PDFs. THANKS!
    Have a great day!

  5. Jen Allyson says:

    I use Illustrator to create them and save as PDFs

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