My favorite weekly layout is a 2 page weekly spread with the days of the week on one page and note taking space on the other page.
Why this is my favorite weekly layout
- Can separate work and personal
- Plenty of list making space
- I’m someone that doesn’t necessarily do tasks on the day I allocate them to, so I’d rather just work off a to do list
- I don’t have a lot of appointments
- I work a day job and use a separate planner at work to organize work stuff, so don’t need much space for each day
- Can be used multiple ways
- Unlike vertical, there are no narrow columns although you can rule up the notes page into 2 columns, 3 columns etc. if you want to
Planners with my favorite weekly layout
If you want to give this type of weekly planner a try, or you already use this layout and are on the hunt for something new, these are my favorite:
The reason Agendio makes it to the top of my list is because you can choose the exact layout you want. Customise everything from line spacing, colors, square or round checkboxes, lined or unlined, font style etc.
Plum Paper is one of my all time favorite planner companies – affordable (plus affordable international shipping), reasonable prices, lots of customisation options and smooth white paper to write on.
This company was also the first I discovered that offered this type of weekly planner layout <3
Blue Sky are similar style to Plum Paper – affordable, nice colors & functional layouts.
4. Mi Goals
While not the prettiest planner, it has a very functional weekly spread!
I normally avoid stitched notebooks however the Agenzio has one of the best lay flat binding I’ve come across. Lots of open ended lined and unlined writing space to use however you please!
A very functional open ended layout but the paper quality isn’t very good (very prone to ghosting and bleed through). The binding does lay flat on it’s own though. And it does come in multiple page sizes.
Best of both worlds with this planner with checklist, lined and dot grid as well as unlined in the weekly spread. Just note weekends share the same amount of space as a 1 weekday.
If you’re after something smaller, the Ultimate Weekly Planner is only 7.75” tall and 6.25” wide.
The only thing I don’t like about this planner is the weird image background instead of plain white.
A very unique weekly spread and perfect if you like structured layouts. There are so many sections you can whiteout the headings and customise to suit your needs.
10. Milligram Weekly Agenda
For some reason, no one seems to know about this Aussie planner company! Similar to Mi Goals in terms of simple + gender neutral appearance however with larger lines if you have bigger handwriting. The graph section could be used as a habit tracker.
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