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Free Weekly Planning Printable

Grab this free weekly planning printable, weekly planning pages that will help you set goals and be more productive using a simple technique called time blocking! (Oh and did I mention that the printables are pretty too?! Yippee!!)

Free organizing printables for making a weekly schedule

I am always much more productive when I have a plan. Having a plan helps me think ahead, prioritize my time, and stay on task rather than getting distracted. When I do a good job of managing my time, I make more progress toward my goals, and those little steps each day and each week really add up!

So in order to help me plan my week more effectively, I created a pretty weekly planning printable. This two-page printable has plenty of room for planning. It includes space for setting goals and making notes. And it even helps me time block my days so I always know what I’m supposed to be doing next.

Download the Weekly Planning Printable for Organizing Your Time

First things first– grab the printable so we can start getting organized! You can download this pretty (and free!) weekly planning printable by clicking the button below.

Both pages of the weekly panning printables side by side with room for goals, time blocking, and note taking

Related: Free Daily Planning Printable

Setting Goals for the Week

Now that you’ve gotten your pages printed and ready to go, let’s make a plan for the week!

One of the most helpful parts of this printable is the little block on the bottom of the first page that gives me space to set some weekly goals.

I am a bit fanatical about goal setting because I think goals work. Goals keep me motivated by giving me something to shoot for. I’m a lot less likely to waste my time when I’m working toward a specific result.

Close up of first page of the weekly planning printable with room to time block on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday

Goals won’t do me any good, though, without a system and a plan to make them happen. That’s where the time blocking part of the printable comes in!

Planning Your Week with Time Blocking

What is time blocking?

Time blocking is the process of assigning our tasks for the day to a specific time on our calendar. This helps us stay on task and eliminate distractions because we know we only have a certain amount of time to complete the task before we have to move on to the next thing. (And keeps us from getting lost in the endless scroll of Instagram or TikTok!)

While time blocking seems like it would be limiting at first, it is actually pretty freeing. Say I’m working on a project and I remember an email I need to respond to. Instead of interrupting my focused work time to attend to the email, I can have confidence that I have time scheduled into my day to tackle email, so I know I can respond during the block I have allocated for it. I can continue on with my project without distraction or interruption and accomplish more in the process.

Close up of the weekly planning printable to help organize your week with time blocking and goal setting

With time blocking, I end up with more completed projects and less loose ends that I’ve left hanging because I was trying to run from thing to thing to thing. Time blocking keeps me on task.

Collect All Thoughts in One Place on the Weekly Planning Printable

Finally, I added a small notes section at the bottom of the weekly planning printable where I can collect any thoughts and ideas that pop into my head while I’m working.

Two-Page Weekly Planning Printables

This makes it easy to stay on task but not forget other details I may want to remember or pursue. If my new thoughts or ideas require a specific action, I can easily add them to my time blocking plan later in the week.

Weekly Planning Printable: Final Thoughts

While thinking about everything we need to accomplish in our week may feel pretty daunting, it’s a lot easier to tackle our to-do list with purpose when we have a plan. Add in the productivity benefits of time-blocking, and we’ll be able to accomplish more than we ever thought possible!

I hope this weekly planning printable will be helpful for you as you work to make the most of your time and accomplish more. Happy planning!

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Weekly Planning Template: Frequently Asked Questions

Start by setting your goals for the week. What are the most important things you want to accomplish?

Next, time block your day, assigning each task to a specific time to increase productivity and decrease distractions.

Then just stick to your plan! You’ll be amazed at how much you accomplish!

Your weekly priorities should stem from your long-term goals. If you have a long-term goal to run a 5k, for example, one of your weekly priorities should be creating and/or sticking to a running plan.

Try to focus on the important things– like working toward those long term goals– rather than just the urgent things that always seem to be grabbing for your attention.

Here are a few examples of weekly goals:

  • Do one load of laundry to completion each day of the week.
  • Declutter your email inbox.
  • Make progress on a course you’re taking.
  • Meet a deadline for a project at work.
  • Stick to the exercise routine you’ve created.
  • Read a certain number of chapters in a book.
  • Encourage at least one person each day.
  • Write a certain number of words per day.
  • Spend time in prayer or meditation each day of the week.

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Free Printable Weekly Plan

What are your favorite tips and tricks for being more productive? Let me know in the comments below!

Thank you so much for following along! Have a wonderful week!


  1. I love colourful lables! Would make it so nice to organize your week.

    ~Lor @ lovelyandcozy.com

  2. I love these! I use many of your weekly print sheets already and can’t wait to try these. I really like the goals at the bottom. Sunday plan day just got a kick in the rear!

  3. This is great!! Thank you so much for sharing, I love when organized people like you share tools with less organized people like me! It makes my life so much easier!

  4. Hi abby
    I absolutely love your blog
    and your printables just changed my life.
    From a total mess i went to be a really organised person so thank you.
    I have a small problem i wish you could help me with.
    I am going back to college now to finally get my degree and I have a big problem – no (pretty!!!) printables for students 🙁
    As a student you have a lot of homework and a lot of study to do and also study for your exams.
    Going back to college at the age of 27 it not easy and I could really use a pretty printable for organizing my studies
    I know you have 2 kids (so cute) and you are super busy but maybe you can find the time to make a printable for a student
    yours are so lovely they always cheer me up.
    p.s i have money for college now because i used your money planning printables
    thank you so much!
    p.s sorry for my english i am not from the states

  5. vicki finn says:

    This is awesome! Your printables are beautiful and I definitely went over to the other site and downloaded them. Thanks for sharing!

  6. This is fab 🙂 I love order in my life but recently I feel I’ve lost a bit. This will be so helpful, thanks!
    Life inside the Locket

  7. Hi Abby, I’ve been on a mission to better organize my time and your website has been so helpful!
    My question is, have you begun using this sheet instead of your “Planning my day” printable? If so, where do you now record your “to-do”, “to-contact”, and “to-buy” items?
    Thank you!

  8. The first sentence says it all! That is my go-to activity when I’m overwhelmed: create a printable and a new system/way of doing things. I love this printable!

  9. Roz K. Walker @ Goodbye Boss Hello Kids says:

    I love planners, especially printables. This weekly planner is great – I like how you can list the details for each day and see the week at a glance. I will have to check out your ebook to see the rest of the printables.

  10. Ive been trying to purchase your printable, for some reason it load on my computer, it keeps going back to last page. I would love to have them if there is another


  12. Thank you for your sharing!Love your site!

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Thanks so much, Grace! <3

      ~Abby =)

  13. Ashley-At Home with Ashley says:

    These are so pretty! I like the goal setting box. That’s such a great idea. I’m goal-oriented, too, so that could help keep me on track with my big picture goals. I’ve never tried time-blocking before, but I’ll give it a try and see how it goes!

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Yay! I hope it will be helpful for you, Ashley! Let me know how time-blocking goes for you! 🙂

      ~Abby =)

  14. Audrey Johnson says:

    Very lovely and useful. I have some like these that I created and have been using for many years. Thank you for sharing yours. They are a lot prettier than mine are.

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Aw, thanks so much, Audrey! Glad they’ll be helpful! <3

      ~Abby =)

  15. Abby, what bothers me about time blocking is figuring out how much time to allot for which tasks. If I allow a half hour but need a full hour to get something done, I don’t have much problem bumping the leftover task to another day, but I have more problems with the opposite. Say I allow an hour to do a certain task but find I’m done in less time (maybe half an hour) then I have time designated for a task that’s already done… For these reasons I don’t use time blocking, but I see it could be useful if I had a better handle on how much time some things take.

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Yep, I would say my time blocking rarely works out exactly according to plan, but I find it helps me to stay on track better if I have some sort of plan in place. Everyone is different, though, so if another technique works better for you, definitely go with that one! 🙂 Hope you’re having a wonderful week!

      ~Abby =)

  16. Tori Carle says:

    Hi Abby,
    Any chance you could design some with more masculine colors? My husband wants to time block and we are having a ridiculously hard time finding time block calendars that don’t have flowers, hearts, adorable colors, and other feminine designs. He’s a police officer and you know the other guy would give him a hard time if he used that!
    Thanks for your consideration!!!

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Hi, Tori! Have you checked out the student binder? There is a blue version that includes a time blocking weekly calendar. You can find it here: https://justagirlandherblog.com/printable-student-binder/. It is free and also should be updated for the next year by the end of this month. Hope this helps! Have a great weekend! <3

      ~Abby =)

      1. Tori Carle says:

        That is perfect I think! Fingers crossed my hubs likes it. Thanks for taking the time to let me know about your other printables. And thanks very much for making them, and making them free. Broke newlyweds need to stay organized!

        1. justagirlabby says:

          Yay! Hope it works for him! 🙂

          ~Abby =)

  17. Thanks for sharing these beautiful printables for free. I just have one question, why the number is starting from 5, not 1?

    1. Abby Lawson says:

      Hi! Those numbers are the hours in a day. We assume most people aren’t starting their days any earlier than 5am. 🙂

      ~Abby =)

  18. Okay, where did you get your adorable binder? I need a cute binder to go with these adorable pages!

    1. Abby Lawson says:

      Thank you! It was from Target! Have a great week!


    1. Abby Lawson says:

      So glad it will be helpful for you! Have an awesome week! <3

      ~Abby =)

  20. Thank you, Abby, for all your fabulous printables! 🙂

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