These files are presented piece by piece so that you can use or discard them as you see fit. The layout and margins are designed to fit most home printers, on US letter-sized paper (8.5”x11”) with room to be 3-hole punched or bound along the left edge. For best print results, I recommend using a business print centre with high quality printers. Each page is meant to be printed black and white, double-sided.
These pages are designed to fit together to provide a monthly planning and review section at the start/end of each month, with weekly pages in between, so you don’t have to flip to a separate section to see your month as a whole and your year flows together seamlessly..
If you want to print out a whole year plus project trackers and bullet pages, I recommend a 1 inch binder, minimum. If you won’t be using project trackers or bullet pages, a 1/2 inch binder should work just fine.
This project was inspired by my love of most of the 2015-2018 Passion Planner (https://passionplanner.com/), and suggestions from Struggle Care (https://www.strugglecare.com/), and my partner, Corinne Carter. This planner was designed by me, Dan Simon of March1Studios (https://www.march1studios.com/) with my ADHD in mind, and I’m providing it for free to anyone who might want to use it.
I was so excited to see your planning pegs and can’t wait to give then a try!! Thank you for this resource!! I can’t wait to see what other amazing things are to come!!