Weekly Calendar Printables

Younger siblings can be so annoying sometimes. You know how they like to nag and bother you, right? My sister has been asking me to make a weekly calendar for her for weeks like I have nothing else to do. Well, being the good big sister that I am, I finally conceded, just like the time I actually played Barbies with her for a few minutes, instead of just decorating the Barbie dream house. The things we do for our family…

Weekly Calendar 1
Just kidding. I was glad to be able to help Emily out, even if it took me awhile to actually fit it in my schedule. Sorry, Sis! Her vision for a weekly calendar was one that had enough spaces along the left side so that she could fit all of her family’s names in. Then, she could write each person’s schedule into the corresponding spaces on the days of the week. With the extra spaces, she says she may even include a dinner section for meal planning.

Weekly Calendar 2
I also made another weekly calendar with more vertical spaces. In case you have a larger family. Or you like lots of boxes to write in. Whatever suits your fancy. Personally, I think I would use this one to organize my week by time intervals running down the left side. 9 am, 10 am, 11 am, etc.

Weekly Calendar 3
Regardless of which one you choose, the design is simple, yet efficient for keeping your life a little more organized.

These printables are free of charge and for personal use only. Download this printable from THE GALLERY.

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10 thoughts on “Weekly Calendar Printables

  1. Missy

    I am moving across the country in five weeks and was looking for a way to prioritise my time well. This calendar was PERECT! Instead of having different subjects for the one week, I was able to use each row for one week from now until I leave – so I can see exactly everything I need to have done in the next month on one page! love.

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