2016 Weekly Planner

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

 The Organised Housewife’s 2016 Weekly Planner is now available!!  With a fresh look and design. 

2016 Weekly Planner Printable

2016 Weekly Planner – instant download!

The 2016 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.
  • 2016 year at a glance page.
  • Month at a glance pages – January – December 2016 (spread over 2 pages, to allow plenty of room to write), plus BONUS October – December 2015 pages.
  • Weekly pages, with meal plan and to-do list – January – December 2016 (spread over 2 pages, to allow plenty of room to write), plus BONUS October – December 2015 pages.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE 2016 WEEKLY PLANNER

2016 Weekly Planner Printable

A month at a glance page, so you can easily see upcoming events, appointments etc.

2016 Weekly Planner Printable

With this view you can see how busy your week is and makes it easy to plan ahead.

2016 Weekly Planner Printable

Create an A5 version

This planner is created as an A4 document, however it can be printed to 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. If printing one month at a time, put the print range from the first divider page of the month to the very last page of the month, even if it’s blank.  ie November 2015 print range: 71-106.

2016 Weekly Planner PrintableYou know I like to meal plan, so I included an area each week 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 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.  I have also included a monthly goal sheet.  

2016 Weekly Planner Printable

I’ve put tabs on the pages where a new month starts so I can easily find dates. I got these tabs from Officeworks.

2016 Weekly Planner Printable

Create an A5 version

This planner is created as an A4 document however, it can be printed to 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. If printing one month at a time, put the print range from the first divider page of the month to the very last page of the month, even if it’s blank.  ie November 2015 print range: 71-106.

Printing

This planner is designed to print double 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.

2016 Weekly Planner Printablevisit shop to purchaseOr perhaps you may like the 2016 Daily Planner, now available.

2016 Daily Planner Printable

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7 comments

Nicole October 14, 2015 - 10:01 AM

Hi,
Is it possible to use this as a digital document, or does the password not allow that?
Thanks,
Nicole

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 14, 2015 - 10:34 AM

Hi Nicole, no it’s not editable I’m sorry.

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Nicole October 14, 2015 - 10:57 AM

Thank you

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Toni October 21, 2015 - 8:25 AM

In the photos here is it printed in A4 or A5?

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 21, 2015 - 9:51 AM

Hi Toni, they are pictured as A4, A5 will look exactly the same just half the size 😉

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Jude November 6, 2015 - 11:12 AM

Love the colours and the layout is perfect for my lifestyle – the best I have seen. I love the weekly to do list and meal plan space. A5 is just slightly too big for me to carry around though so I will keep my eye out for if you do a smaller version.

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Kate - Kat's Assistant November 9, 2015 - 8:43 AM

Ooh thank you Jude.:) What a lovely comment. I think the colours are lovely too.:)

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