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2021-2022 Yearly Planner – Organize Your Days

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It’s here and ready!! The 2021-2022 version of my Yearly Planner is done and uploaded and ready to help you start planning!! (Don’t miss the sample download below to get a peek inside!)

For the last five years I have been using this Yearly Planner – a planner I put together for our family (and love). It’s a place where I can keep all of our day-to-day happenings in one place and attempt to keep life in a little bit more order. Because it was such a help to me, it was one I have shared with you all as well!

Life gets busy and truthfully my brain just can’t remember it all. I’m a paper and pen kind of girl, and seeing my week laid out in front of me is so helpful in keeping things straight. Appointments in one place. Goals and reminders of ‘to-do’ stuff. I can pull it out, open it up to the week on hand, and get a great picture of what is happening.

The yearly planner is newly updated and ready for both the 2021 and 2022 years and now has some additional features (including bonus pages, a variety of covers, and more to come!). 

My goal is to make this planner as user friendly for you all as possible, so if there are additional pages you would like to see added, please let me know! 

Yearly Planner Highlights

Here are the highlights that will help you get your weeks and months quickly organized: 

  • November 2020 – December 2022 weekly and monthly calendars – 24+ months!!
  • a 2-page weekly spread that lays flat, 8.5″ x 11″
  • one page to track a weekly “to-do” list, keep running lists, write out weekly goals, and write down things you don’t want to forget, including shopping lists
  • a one page layout for weekly appointments and top 3 daily goals
  • a link to unlock planner extras – additional pages to help get you organized, including bonus covers, address pages, note pages, and more to come!

The Week-at-a-Glance Pages

The daily planning pages also include a two page month-at-a-glance spread. These are the pages that I use to write down any major stuff first (trips, big events, etc…) and then do a rough meal plan (before I plug meals into my monthly meal planner).

Just for fun, I added quotes that I love to the month-at-a-glance pages too. It’s something little, but I love reading them!

The pages are all 8.5” x 11” in size, so they fit great in any standard binder. Personally I’m in love with this Martha Stewart binder and dividers – which is why you’ll notice the rainbow colors along the bottom of the calendar. 

  • November 2020 – December 2022 weekly and monthly calendars – 24+ months!!
  • a 2-page weekly spread that lays flat, 8.5″ x 11″
  • one page to track a weekly “to-do” list, keep running lists, write out weekly goals, and write down things you don’t want to forget, including shopping lists
  • a one page layout for weekly appointments and top 3 daily goals
  • a link to unlock planner extras – additional pages to help get you organized, including bonus covers, address pages, note pages, and more to come!

Bonus Pages

address-pagesThis year I’m adding something new to the Yearly Planner – bonus pages! I realize not everyone wants the same (or huge) file, so at the end of each planner you will find a link to a webpage where you can download extra pages to print off and use with your planner. Currently you will find:

  • address/contact page
  • books to read
  • notes pages
  • birthday/anniversary tracker
  • project tracker

More pages will be coming – and if there is one you would like to see added, please let me know! 

Free Yearly Planner Sample

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Not sure what to expect? Click the download button and grab a FREE copy of the November and December 2020 planning pages

 

How I’m Using My Yearly Planner

Here’s a peek at my planner so you can see how I’m using it.

My weekly to do list is just the running list of overall things that need to get done (I keep a longer list on a sheet of notebook paper in another section – until I finish up a cute printable for that!). My goals are broken down from my yearly overall goals. During January I’m trying to finish up a few books (need to get some of that book list knocked out).

There is always a list of things to do (I also have a list of projects that can be finished in 20 minutes or less). Every day I try to focus on THREE main things that need to be done and then work on other things. Those three are the ones that really need to be worked on at that point.

Daily Planning Pages printable - free download for February. Also link to the FULL 2015 Daily Planner - get organized this year.

If you’d rather use a 3-ring binder for your planner, grab some cute tabbed dividers  for sectioning out different things that you want to keep handy: a cleaning schedule, meal planning, recipes, finances, and other important information.

My new favorite option is having the planner spiral bound! I’ve been taking mine to Staples and they coil bound it for me for $4.99. I am loving the different format and will continue to use this option since it slides into my computer bag easily.

Purchase the Yearly Planner

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You can purchase the full 24 month Yearly Personal Planner pdf for $4.99. The calendar  includes 24 month-at-a-glance pages and dated weekly pages through December 2022.

When your purchase is complete, you’ll receive a download link – be sure to check the last page for a link to the bonus pages and password!

Happy Planning!!

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Comments

  1. I love this!! I wish I used paper planners.. I just never take it with me when I go places so I have converted to using my phone.. However, I have been toying with the idea of doing a paper one for to do and menu and things like that!

    • I use my phone to, but we have had weird issues with things “falling off” our virtual calendars that we KNOW were there! Rather annoying! :)

  2. Just want to confirm the months available for the planner. At the beginning of post, it said 24 months- Jan 2017-Dec. 2018 but at the end of post it said 18 months only and thats til June 2017 being dated but that’s not actually 18 months. So I’m a little confuse. Please help clarify. Thanks

  3. I want to bound it. How do you suggest I print it so the pages match up correctly?

  4. Was there ever 18 month calendars made for current years?

  5. Beth Price-Almeida says

    I don’t know how many people have seen this and past it up because they use digital planning on their phones/tablets… BUT, since this comes as a PDF download, you can put the entire PDF into a program like XODO (Android) or Good notes (IOS) and use it as a digital planner on your devices.

  6. Jennifer Alvarez says

    I love this! What type of paper do you suggest? Also, if I can’t print front to back from home, will Staples or another office store print as well? How would I go about doing that?

    • If I print it at home, I usually use a paper pack from Costco (it’s a heavier weight that I love). Another option for printing is to print all the even pages first and then flip them to do all the odd pages. Printing at Staples, etc…can get a bit pricey otherwise, so you may want to see if your local college has a printing place on campus that is often cheaper. :)

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