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STUDENTS CAN PRINT THIS FOR FREE TO KEEP LIFE ORGANIZED! I’ve been using PicMonkey and Canva to make some fantastic printables lately (check them out on Etsy if you get a chance), and I’m SO pleased about them, but I also wanted to add a free one because I know times may be tough financially.

Although I originally intended this free printable for college students, middle school or high school kids can also benefit from using it. The boxes on the right are for writing down any readings you may have throughout the week and the left side is for taking notes.

I quickly understood that this free printable could be utilized by bloggers, business owners, and anybody else who wants to become more organized as I was making it for students. Even if we don’t necessarily have readings to do, I’m sure we all have tasks that need to be completed (laundry anyone?). We all have things to remember throughout the week.

Some of you might be searching for additional printables to aid in staying organized. I’m talking about dividing up the time by every half-hour to hour so that you don’t forget about a meeting or appointment. I have a couple possibilities in the Shop page or on Etsy if you’re searching for something more along those lines for a reasonable price. You can make as many copies of the download as you’d like after your initial purchase!

Please be patient with me as I continue to offer more free printables for bloggers, students, and everyone else in between (life is a little chaotic right now between trying to finish my masters degree, work a full-time job, and keep up this website).

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HOW TO USE YOUR FREE PRINTABLE TO THE FULLEST EFFORTS If this is the first time you’ve used a printable, you might be wondering what the big deal is. Why is a planner or plain notebook preferable to a well-organized (and fashionable) sheet of paper?

Some of us find it difficult to organize our thoughts if there are no defined spaces for them, yet for others, having a blank piece of paper works well. For instance, I have a planner with me to record assignments for class and for work, but by the time I’m done, there is absolutely no more place for anything else. I could use my phone to record everything, but I prefer to have a piece of paper staring me in the face and reminding me that I still have work to do (some people find that daunting, but I find it motivating).

Try it out and see if it works for you, especially if you set a goal to be more organized this year. That’s all I’m saying. Try displaying this free printable somewhere you’ll see it frequently, like your desk or the fridge, rather than putting it in your blogger calendar or student binder. Let it function as the helpful tool it is!

Have you noticed that I’ve been talking to myself the entire time I’ve written this? purely because I am.

Enjoy your free printable, I hope! What color combinations would you like to see in the future? Any specifics (such the days of the week, the months, or lists of things) that you would want to see included?

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