Tuesday, November 7, 2017

26 Free Printable: Future Dates to Remember

Hey friends and happy Tuesday!

2018 is quickly approaching and it has me sweating even though our temps are below freezing already. Where has this year gone? Am I ready to pull out Christmas decor and make New Year's Resolutions again already? I just don't know how I feel about that!

With the new year comes a new planner and one of my loves in designing those color-filled pages every year. I have been receiving multiple inquiries each day for the new printables and I am working overtime to try and get them done and out to you asap!


As those important dates, appointments, and events pile up for 2018, I wanted to give you a happy place to keep track of those until the full 2018 planner release.

download your FREE Future Dates to Remember printable here

The printable is designed to be printed landscape on standard letter sized paper (8 1/2" x 11").

It can be printed on a single sheet front and back and filled in with a pen, or it can be saved to your computer/phone/tablet and edited with Adobe Reader.


Again, you can download the free printable here.


Speaking of planners, I would love to know what you look for in a planner each year. What features are important to you, and what type of content helps your days/weeks/months run smoother? Do you like full size or half pages? Color or black and white? Vertical or horizontal daily columns? I am also open to suggestions for future releases so feel free to chat all things planners below.

26 comments:

  1. these are wonderful! thanks a lot.
    - Rita
    blog: https://callmepearl.me/

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  2. My favorite planner is an 18-month length, so I can organize during the summer (instead of during the busy holiday season.) I love the colorful Happy Planner by Create 365, and I adore using stickers and color-coordinated markers for all of our family activities. What a joyful sight it is, sitting by our computer in the mudroom off our kitchen! (I also save the old planners for future reference.)

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    1. Thank you for sharing, I would love to do an 18 month version!

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  3. Hi Jen! I've missed You! So glad to hear your unique "blog voice" again. On to the planner topic. I gave up on a paper planner a while ago until this year. My cheapo medium sized planner got a lot of use this year but not for planning. My planner ended up being my repository for the things I had done. It became my "paper memory" for new passwords, when I changed the furnace filter, made a charitable donation, paid a big bill, who I talked regarding home projects (like contractors), when I bought something important, etc. You know, all those little odds and ends that just usually end up on a post it floating around at the bottom of your bag. Maybe this will inspire you or other readers who maybe don't see the value in paper anymore. 😀

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    1. I absolutely LOVE how you use your planner Nevenka! I think it is so great to use it as a log of important details, thank you so much for sharing. ♥

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  4. Hello! Glad to see I'm not alone in wondering where the year went! For planner purposes, I really liked the addition of the Mon-Sun planner last year, but then got really confused as the monthly overview calendar each week was Sun-Sat. It just through me off often! I would love to have both in the same format for next year!

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    1. Thank you, Jill! I will definitely remember that when doing next year's versions. I am a full convert to the Monday start as well! :)

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  5. I love colorful planners! :) I love horizontal days, and I saw one recently that had a horizontal day split where the left half was lined and the right half was lined with circles for a checklist, I LOVE that because I often use my planner for a daily checklist, and it's nice to have a part for events/plans, an another part for my to-do list. :)

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    1. Oooh, I like how that sounds, I also use my pages as a To Do list of sorts. Thank you for chiming in!

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  6. I really like the horizontal one page calendar Sun-Sat with a to do list on the side. I agree an 18 month calendar would be ideal ( for future releases) I love getting a jump start on planning in July. I love colorful planners and full size pages 8.5x11. I am looking for a planner for next year, hopefully your 2018 planner comes out soon.

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  7. So glad to see you back! Missed reading your wonderful posts. This is a great file to have - already downloaded and started to fill out but if I type under January it duplicates in July and if I then delete July dates, it deletes what I typed in January. Not sure if I'm missing something or not! Otherwise, love this freebie! As for you calendar, love the bright colors. I personally prefer blocks for days versus columns, and I like starting with Monday and ending with Sat and Sun next to each other. Visually gives me a good idea of what the weekend looks like. Can't wait to see what you come up with. <3 them all!

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    1. Thank you so much for the ideas and feedback Heather! And that is so strange about the duplication happening on the free printable download. I modified it and uploaded a revised version that should fix that issue. I apologize that was happening and for the trouble. ♥

      Thank you again!!

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    2. You are awesome! Thank you so much. Can't wait to get this filled in and printed - love it! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  8. I love the portability of 1/2 size of a daily planning sheet (portrait) but when I want do do big planning (month or longer) than I prefer 8 1/2 x 11 size sheets, and depending on the project I go back and forth between portrait and landscape.

    I keep my budget completely separate from my planner, but I like to have meal planning in my planner. I love color pages, but I like having the option to print in B&W if I use the pages a lot.

    Thank you for a FILLABLE page. I have horrible handwriting, but love printable planner pages, so this is a super sweet deal for me :)

    Have a great day!

    D.

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  9. I solely use Google Calendar, which is synced with my husband. I used to love paper planners years ago but I barely have time to keep the electronic one up to date... I definitely don't have the energy to maintain paper and virtual!

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  10. Hi Jen! I absolutely am addicted to your planners! I must have the Junior size! I use fountain pens a lot so printing my own with the paper you recommended was perfect!
    I love the one I got last year except that for me the dates were very hard to read, even with new ink and best color printing. I am 46 and the eyes are going but one thing that would help is a slightly darker color on the monthly view.
    I love when it's colorful
    I prefer the horizontal days like I got last year!
    I end up using the goals section for my meal planning because 5 blocks is perfect.
    I like the Mon-Fri left pg and weekend on right layout.
    I love the monthly view as it is.

    I love the current 12 month size but would love the addition of Juniour size blank months (similar to what appears in each monthly view) that I could print out and date myself. Does that make sense? In other words, adding a Juniour layout of the monthly calendar from your time management printable kit. I currently print those on 8.5 x 11 fold and insert at the back of my calendar and have to remove and flip each time I need to add an appt. (which I am already scheduled into July!) which is a pain! This would solve my current problem of getting antsy for the next release.

    That would make me very very happy and solve my yearly panic that starts in Aug/Sept.
    Thanks Jen for listening! I'm so glad you're back but admire your determination to take whatever time you need to for family/self care. I think more bloggers need to set that example.

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    1. This was absolutely THE BEST feedback, Beka, and exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so much, and also thank you for the continued support. ♥

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    2. I just saw this! Thanks for being willing to listen! I tell everyone about your blog and planner, I love them so much! Yay!

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  11. I purchased your planner in 2016 and loved it but last year I felt that I needed a page per day as we have such a crazy life! If you have an option for a page per day, I would love to go back to using your planners!

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    1. I would really love to add a page/day option! Thank you for the feedback!

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  12. Hi Jen! I know this isn't related to this post, but I thought I remember you mentioning it a while back. What do you call those nice, sturdy plastic bags w/zippers that you get blankets/curtains/sheet sets in? Are they available to able to buy in multi-packs, preferably from Amazon? I love the ones I have for organizing bags and suitcases, but I'd like to snag a few more. Thank you so much!

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    1. Hi Laura!

      You may be looking for vinyl sweater bags or space saving bags. Here are a couple of options on Amazon:
      http://amzn.to/2yAubUx and http://amzn.to/2hyznFp that may help you with your search. :) xo!

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  13. It's so important to have that page at the back of your planner where you can write all those appointments and stuff that needs remembering for the new planner. It's my lifeline! Thanks for the gorgeous printable!

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  14. Hi Jen, Happy Friday! Thank you very much for the free printable, it's just what I needed. Another thing that would be a nice addition is a year at a glance page at the end of your planner... so in looking at dates in the coming year, I could reference that prior to getting the new set of planning pages.
    * I love all of the color!
    * I prefer the vertical daily pages, which I use as my to do list.
    * I use the Goals section to write down general weekly goals that can then be incorporated into my daily to do list as I go through the week.
    * I use the Notes section for my shopping lists.
    * I use the monthly calendar pages for appointment and event notations.

    All in all, I absolutely love your planners, and I am so thankful I found them several years ago! Thanks again and Happy Thanksgiving!

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