The 2015 Weekly Planner

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

The 2015 Weekly Planner
is now available!

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The 2015 Weekly Planner will help you with your time management, keep track of your to-do list, meal plan ideas and upcoming appointments.  It includes:

  • Cover page and spine label
  • 2015 year at a glance page
  • Month at a glance pages – October 2014 – December 2015 (spread over 2 pages, to allow plenty of room to write)
  • Weekly pages, meal plan and to-do list – October 2014 – December 2015 (spread over 2 pages, to allow plenty of room to write)

Update:  This file can easily be printed in A5!

This file is really easy to convert to A5. When printing chose print to A5 (you must have A5 paper in your printer). My printer won’t allow to print double sided on A5, so I printed all the odd pages first (press more options in your printer settings to find the odd/even option), keep the pile as is, then turn your pile upside down and you will have the back of the first page, put this in your printer and print the even pages

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Last year I created a daily planner (one day per page), this year to help reduce the amount of paper I have created weekly pages, so you can see your weekly appointments and to-do tasks easily at a glance.

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You know I like to meal plan, so I included boxes into the planner so you can take the stress out of your evenings and plan in advance what is for dinner.  This will help you to have a balanced diet, saves money and food wastage!

The weekly to-do list is a fabulous way to stay organised.  When adding in birthdays to your calendar write a to-do task a week prior to the birthday to post out the card or a reminder for when the pets need medications… so many possibilities.  I am a BIG list person, I get a thrill out of placing a big tick next to a task.

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This planner is designed to print two-sided (you will need to tick the two-sided setting when printing and also choose the shrink to fit to ensure it prints within your printers default margin settings). Please also note this product is an instant download file, you won’t receive a physical product.

Print the cover page and place into an A4 ring binder (can be found at Officeworks and Kmart) that have clear pockets on the spine and front cover so you can slip in the planner cover and spine label.

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I’ve put tabs on the pages where a new month starts so I can easily find dates

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The 2015 Weekly Planner is available in my shop as an instant digital download.

visit shop to purchase

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please note: this is mock image above, this is a digital product

 

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24 comments

Lauren October 16, 2014 - 6:48 AM

Hi Kat, just wondering if this can be printed in A5 size? It looks great, exactly what I’m after but I’d prefer a smaller size than A4. Thanks

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 16, 2014 - 10:17 AM

Hi Lauren, I have just had a play around with the file and it is really easy to convert to A5, ooh it’s so cute!! When printing chose print to A5 (you must have A5 paper in your printer). My printer won’t allow to print double sided on A5, so I printed all the odd pages first (press more options in your printer settings to find the odd/even option), keep the pile as is, then turn your pile upside down and you will have the back of the first page, put this in your printer and print the even pages. Special thanks to Meg for sharing this idea in the comments below.

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Lauren October 16, 2014 - 1:37 PM

Thank you Meg & Kat! now I’ve got next years diary just about sorted 🙂

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Lisa October 16, 2014 - 7:32 AM

I would love a5 also.

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 16, 2014 - 10:18 AM

Hi Lisa, I have just had a play around with the file and it is really easy to convert to A5, ooh it’s so cute!! When printing chose print to A5 (you must have A5 paper in your printer). My printer won’t allow to print double sided on A5, so I printed all the odd pages first (press more options in your printer settings to find the odd/even option), keep the pile as is, then turn your pile upside down and you will have the back of the first page, put this in your printer and print the even pages. Special thanks to Meg for sharing this idea in the comments below.

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Diane October 16, 2014 - 8:54 AM

Hi Kat, I like the idea of A5 too. My question though is, as I don’t think my printer could print double sided – could I take the downloaded pdf on a usb to officeworks and have them print it – or would that breach your copyright? Thanks

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 16, 2014 - 10:18 AM

Hi Diane, I have just had a play around with the file and it is really easy to convert to A5, ooh it’s so cute!! When printing chose print to A5 (you must have A5 paper in your printer). My printer won’t allow to print double sided on A5, so I printed all the odd pages first (press more options in your printer settings to find the odd/even option), keep the pile as is, then turn your pile upside down and you will have the back of the first page, put this in your printer and print the even pages. Special thanks to Meg for sharing this idea in the comments below. You are welcome to take to officeworks, this won’t breach the copyright.

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Diane October 16, 2014 - 11:28 AM

thank you Kat & Meg – clever ladies!

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Nicola McGowan October 16, 2014 - 9:09 AM

Kat can you please advise how many pages is it to print in total? Trying to work out printing costs! Great looking planner, thanks

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 16, 2014 - 10:17 AM

Hi Nicole, it is 163 pages. I have just had a play around with the file and it is really easy to convert to A5, ooh it’s so cute!! When printing chose print to A5 (you must have A5 paper in your printer). My printer won’t allow to print double sided on A5, so I printed all the odd pages first (press more options in your printer settings to find the odd/even option), keep the pile as is, then turn your pile upside down and you will have the back of the first page, put this in your printer and print the even pages. Special thanks to Meg for sharing this idea in the comments below.

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Monique October 16, 2014 - 9:29 AM

I would also like to know if it will print in A5 if I change printer settings.Will it line up properly?

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 16, 2014 - 10:16 AM

Hi Monique, I have just had a play around with the file and it is really easy to convert to A5, ooh it’s so cute!! When printing chose print to A5 (you must have A5 paper in your printer). My printer won’t allow to print double sided on A5, so I printed all the odd pages first (press more options in your printer settings to find the odd/even option), keep the pile as is, then turn your pile upside down and you will have the back of the first page, put this in your printer and print the even pages. Special thanks to Meg for sharing this idea in the comments below.

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Meg October 16, 2014 - 9:40 AM

In my experience it should print in A5, I have done it with other products (recipes & charts) it worked just fine. I have previously bought A5 paper at Officeworks & printed a diary out. My printer also doesn’t have a double sided option so I printed the odd pages first then restacked the paper (you may need to remember to reshuffle the order to make sure you get the right page corresponding with the dates, learnt that the hard way!); then print the even pages. It takes a little time to do manually but so worth it. I got a quote to get it printed & bound but worked out it wasn’t worth it. I printed the monthly calendar out for the year then the weekly calendar one month at a time so I didn’t do it in one go. Hope that helps 🙂

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 16, 2014 - 10:15 AM

Meg you are a super star, I have been trying to work out all morning how to do it, but my printer wasn’t allowing me to print double sided, your comment came at the right time and I have managed to print it all in A5!! Thank you so very very much for sharing your tip, I’ll let the other ladies know, I really appreciate it, thank you!! xx

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Rebecca October 16, 2014 - 7:59 PM

Hi Kat
Is it possible to type into the document before printing so birthdays etc are neat. Do you have public holidays and school terms noted at all?
Thanks

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 16, 2014 - 8:22 PM

Hi Rebecca, no it’s not editable sorry. I have left the calendar blank as all states are very different.

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Francene October 17, 2014 - 10:09 AM

Hi, do you post to NZ? If so what are the charges? Thanks

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 17, 2014 - 11:38 AM

Hi Francene, the 2015 Weekly Planner is an instant download so there is no posting involved. Once you have brought the item you are able to download straightaway.

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Kirsten October 17, 2014 - 11:31 AM

Hey Kat,
Where do you get your cute little tabs from. I looked for someone the other day and couldn’t find any like that. Thanks.

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 17, 2014 - 11:36 AM

Hi Kirsten, I actually got them a while back but you can purchase them from Officeworks. They are from a company called Avery, here is the link for you: http://www.averyproducts.com.au/avery/en_au/Products/Dividers-%26-Tabbies/?Ns=Rank

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Kirsten October 24, 2014 - 5:55 PM

Great,
Thanks so much. So motivated to get a head start on being organised for 2015!

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Belinda October 17, 2014 - 12:07 PM

Hi Kat,
Just downloaded the new planner and I think it looks great! However I was a bit disappointed that the daily task has been removed. I thought that was a great feature of the 2014 planner, it gave me some really good ideas to keep on top of all those jobs that get forgotten. But anyway great job and I love the A5 idea!

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 17, 2014 - 12:48 PM

Hi Belinda, Yes i am loving the A5 idea too!

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Rayna October 25, 2014 - 7:10 AM

Hi Katrina,
This may seem a silly question – just wanted to know if you thought this could be printed and stuck on the fridge – more like a calendar option with extras – if I put it in a folder my family wouldn’t see what’s coming up so I thought on the fridge with the extra weekly page to add more details (our son has CP & we have ALOT of appointments which require paperwork and or equipment to be taken etc). So the appointments can be added on the monthly pages & then the details on the weekly page. I presume that would work?
PS love your daily emails & inspirational quotes – if anyone needs them, I do!!!

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