These files are designed to be used in a Half-Sized Binder.

How to make a personal half-sized household planner with these printable files.

The 28 files linked below will make a basic twelve month dated block planner. For the 2012 planner, I have added additional December files, a matching ruled paper file, and a back for the 12-month calendars.

1. Choose one of the months and print.
2. Reload the paper and print its companion back.

After printing the fronts and backs, cut the paper in half so that it measures 5.5" x 8.5". Hole punch binder holes along the cut edges in the right places to fit into your half-sized binder.

Complete your planner with other pages. Browse the links in the bottom row of the menu above.

The cover page for this year has an image.
If you prefer no image use this file: 2012 Cover without image


The 12-Month Calendars


The rest of the backs looks something like this. Images vary. Each one includes two untitled lists and small calendar for current printed month and the previously printed month

1. Choose one of the months and print.
2. Reload the paper and print its companion back.

Cover with image | no back

12-Month Calendars | Back

Jan 2012 | Back

Feb 2012 | Back

Mar 2012 | Back

April 2012 | Back

May 2012 | Back

June 2012 | Back

July 2012 | Back

Aug 2012 | Back

Sep 2012 | Back

Oct 2012 | Back

Nov 2012 | Back

Dec 2012 | Back

Dec Extra | Back

Matching Ruled Paper

Printing the planner is easy, but if you prefer to have a customized planner and if you have Microsoft excel, please see the xls fileExcel Block Planner (bottom of page).
[It is just another option.]

The excel block planner does not include the backs. You can choose to print the backs that I have provided on this page or use something else from the menu at the top of this page. I believe there are suggestions on the excel block planner page.

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