For several months now, the way I've been planning out my Project Life spreads each week has been to a) keep a journal - either on my phone or in an actual journal - about each day, and b) draw out my layouts on grid paper. I regularly use Design A for my layouts, but have been changing it up recently with the addition of new orientations of pages, the new Just Add Color kit, and page protectors from other companies.
I have been hoping for a true Project Life planner to come on the market. Until that happens, I needed a solution that worked how my mind does. I needed a single page for each week, with the dates of the week, and an area that I could draw my pages on. This would eliminate the need for multiple notebooks and keep everything to one sheet.
So here's what I came up with:
A single page, printable PDF, in two color options. It is 8.5x11 in size. At the top, you have spots for the week number and the dates. There's plenty of room for journaling about each day, along with a section to mark down photos and memorabilia you want to include. At the bottom, there's a nice grid where you can plan out your layout, and there's room for inserts too. (I use one grid spot for an inch - so you can fit 4 12x12 pages down there).
Here's an example of one of these sheets filled out:
I hope you guys can use these too! Click here to grab your freebie printable planning pages. Let me know what you think!
Update: Here is a version that goes from Sunday to Saturday.