Download this free printable 2019 calendar and take a tour of my 2019 planner.
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I love this little 2019 calendar already! You can see the whole year at a glance. This is super-handy for planning doctor’s appointments, seeing when your next payday will be or counting down how many weeks there are until Christmas.
Printable 2019 calendar
This year I decided to only print off three months of planner pages at a time. I’m trying to find the
I want to be able to see dates in advance, though, so I made this printable 2019 calendar. It has the whole year on a single page.
Click HERE to download the printable 2019 calendar.
It fits on regular 8.5×11-inch paper but can be scaled smaller.
My 2019 planner
I set my planner up mostly the same this year, but I did change up a few things, so I wanted to share what I’m doing differently from last year and why.
I use a one-inch 3-ring binder with a clear pocket in the front for my planner cover.
My daily habit tracker stays in a pocket so I can take it out and check things off. The first page in my rings is the printable 2019 calendar. Behind it is my year-at-a-glance page where I jot down things I want to remember later.
One small thing I did differently this year was to create dividers. I just punched holes in pink cardstock and then put washi tape over the edge. I divided my 2019 planner into four sections:
- calendar / year-at-a-glance
- monthly and weekly spreads
In my second section, I have various lists that I want to keep accessible.
- vital information – emergency contacts, insurance, etc.
- wish list
In my third section, I started with a quarterly planning page. I sort of did this in 2018 because I planned goals for each quarter. I planned the whole year at once, though, and totally burned out 3/4 of the way through the year.
This year I think by only focusing on one quarter at a time, I won’t overdo it and can change directions if I need to.
After the quarterly plan, I have the month cover, the monthly spread, and then enough weekly spreads to get me through the month, all printed double-sided.
When school started last fall, I started writing the hours on my weekly spread. This helps me visualize how long a task will take so I can block off enough time.