Analog / Digital
I needed a large block for Sundays in my ministry, so I created this for the next 15 months.
Duplex print. You can delete the content of the first and last pages and leave them blank.
Comparto con ustedes este calendario mensual para planificadores tamaño Classic (5,5 por 8,5 pulgadas). Los elementos del diseño fueron tomados de los templates oficiales de este sitio. Tiene varias cosas que me resultan útiles: una columna vacía a la izquierda (al principio de cada semana) y muchos renglones para agregar notas o comentarios. Es bastante simple, ese es el objetivo, pero se puede personalizar antes o después de imprimirlo. Podés tomar el archivo editable y traducirlo o cambiarlo como quieras. Agrego unas páginas de notas por si querés imprimirlas en el reverso del calendario.
Espero que te resulte útil. Aguardo comentarios.
I share with you this monthly calendar for Classic size planners (5,5 by 8,5 inches). The design elements come from this site´s official templates. It has some things I find useful: a lined column at the begining of each week and many lines to add notes and comments. It´s pretty simple (that´s my goal) but very customizable, before or after printing. You can take the original file and translate or chage it the way you want it. I add a lined notes page if you want to print them in the back of calendars.
Hope you find it usefull. Please comment
Imprimir el PDF en papel tamaño Carta, cortar al medio, perforar y listo. Si querés, antes de cortar podés imprimir en el reverso las hojas rayadas para agregar comentarios, tareas, etc.
También podés editar el archivo original en OpenOffice.org Draw para personalizarlo a tu modo.
Print the PDF on Letter o Monarch paper (8,5 x 11 inches), cut in half and punch your way. If you want, you can print the lined pages in the back before cuting the sheets, these pages are good for notes, tasks, etc.
You may also edit the original file in OpenOffice.org Draw and customize it your way.
I adapted this from Balanced Life for Circa by Julie Morgenstein as I wanted it customised to suit my own needs. I print it on an A4/ Letter size paper in '2 pages per sheet' mode and then slice through it and put it in my Circa planner.
Please feel free to create your own customisation using this.. The 'Slider for Daily Routine' and 'Slider for 3 Weekly Outcomes' may seem a little confusing. Actually that is where I slide in my circa punched halves of 3x5 notecard where I have written my key elements of a'daily routine' on one half and on the other half, the '3 major weekly goals/outcomes' which i am aiming for that week. They help me stay focussed through the day.
No review of the Arc notebook system is complete without looking at the punch. I still find the notebooks to be a very good value, but unless you want to be tied to Staples for buying paper you will want one of these. I noticed that this punch tends to be less expensive than other brands of punches of comparable quality. I have been able to punch the advertised 8 sheets of paper as well as thinker materials including thin cardboard. The only problem I found is that the two arms can lock down, but the lock doesn't always stay locked. Overall I really like the punch and I have not been disappointed with it.
I noticed a lot of requests for a 1-up classic-size version of willhparker's Recipe Jotter. I made it for myself, thought I'd share.
Jot down recipes as you come across them! Now 1-up for easier printing.
Simple "ruled week on two pages" planner creation wizard for Scribus.
It creates an agenda for a given year and a given language in the Filofax Personal format, on a A4 page, three sheets per page. Just cut and punch the sheets, and close them into the binder.
DESCRIPTION & USAGE:
It's a python script that automates the process of creation a planner in Scribus.
Just unzip the script and copy it into the directory ~\usr\share\scribus\scripts\ (or something similar, depending on your operating system). This way you will have in Scribus a new menu item into the menu [Script] - [Scribus Scripts] : 'SamAgenda'. Click on it and enjoy.
This script take a bit longer time to elaborate the full document, so don't be hurry. Take a look at the progressbar at the bottom of the Scribus main window.
In the "Eng2010.pdf.zip" attachment you can see an example of what i've done in scribus with my script in just 25 seconds: a complete english planner for the year 2010.
Every comment or suggestion is welcome!.
Update: version 0.2
- Discarded the 'calendar' module importation. The standard python module 'calendar.py' seems to be not fully updated on some operating systems (thanks to ygor at diyplanner.com for his great collaboration).
- Added a counter at the upper right side of the page.
- Some minor bugs resolution and cosmethic changes.
Script for Scribus.
Scribus is an Open Source program that brings award-winning professional page layout to Linux/UNIX, Mac OS X, OS/2 Warp 4/eComStation and Windows desktops with a combination of "press-ready" output and new approaches to page layout.
Underneath the modern and user friendly interface, Scribus supports professional publishing features, such as CMYK color, separations, Spot Colors, ICC color management and versatile PDF creation. (from the Scribus site).
[admin note: this leads to a site that wants you to register and pay for stuff]
This is a template for a pretty floral week at a glance planner page in 5.5 x 8.5 size in the colors of brown, burgundy and beige. It is made to be printed on 8.5 x 11 size paper and cut in half. It is called Delicous Moments b/c it is made from a freebie Scrapbooking kit called 'Delicious Moments' from www.digitalscrapbookplace.com
Come see all my designs at cutediyplanners.blogspot.com
This week at a glance has 6 columns across the spread, which can be used for whatever fits your needs. The first column on the left has space for things to do during the week, the 2nd column has space to write in the date of each day, and the rest is up to you.
Month- or year-at-a-glance with days of the week following a sinusoidal curve. March-December 2010 on 12" square scrapbook-sized paper.
Created these pages to track baby milestones for a scrapbook but thought others might be interested in the "wavy weeks" (inspired by W. Bradford Paley's 2007 planner: http://wbpaley.com/brad/index.htm).
You can generate your own "wavy weeks" string using the linked Google spreadsheet (just change the dates in the first worksheet). Or make your own spreadsheet with dates in the first column and fill the second column with this formula: =CONCATENATE(REPT(" ",(3-ABS(WEEKDAY(A1)-4))*2),(DAY(A1)))
These are 2 slightly different spreads of a week at a glance, with a purplish floral embellishment. The days of the week go vertically down, with columns across the pages for different things.
There are boxes on each day to write in the dates. I am not sure how to make this into a form that others could type text w/ nice fonts into.
Come see more designs on my blog: cutediyplanners.blogspot.com
The first form has the columns labeled as such: 1) To Do This Week; 2) Appointments; 3) To Each Day; 4) Lunch & Dinner Plans; 5) Health Log; and 6) Accomplishments!
The second form has no labels for the columns except for the first one on the very left: To Do This Week.
This is made to print landscape on 8-1/2 x 11 paper (be sure to print the same image on both sides of paper, making sure the 'top' is facing the same direction), and then to cut in half to 'Classic Size' before 3-hole punching or comb-binding.
This is what I am using now, and it has been very useful so far. :)