Free Daily Printable Planner

Get this Free Daily Printable Planner to help you organize your day! This simple design will look awesome on your desk or on your fridge! Download and print to get started planning in a flash!


Free daily planner printable. Set your day up for success with this printable planner.

If you have been here on my blog before, you will know I love a free printable. As much as I love to use my phone and google calendar for important dates and taking notes, I’m still old fashioned at heart. There is no better feeling than crossing something off a list using a pen and paper.

This super-simple daily printable planner will help you to stay organized and keep you on track. Last week I shared a free weekly planner if you like a weekly planner more.

I also shared a post at the beginning of the year with different versions of calendars if you are interested.

How to use your Free Daily Printable Planner :

Here are some suggestions of where and how you could use it:

  • as a desk jotter (How I will use this printable)
  • on the wall of your bedroom or office
  • clipped to a clipboard and hung above your desk
  • attached to the inside cover or a notebook
  • laminated and wiped clean at the end of every week
  • put it in an A4 binder or journal to make your own planner
  • or if you’re a digital note-making queen, upload it to Procreate and use it with an iPad and Apple pencil
  • if you have a command station you can use it there as well.

How do I print my daily planner?

  1. Download the PDF file.
  2. Open the PDF file in Adobe Reader.
  3. Go to File – Print. Make sure to select “Fit” or “Scale to Fit” after choosing the paper size.
  4. Print as many copies as you need.
  5. Grab a pen and start planning your week for success!

pssst… Did you know that the FREE 2021 Calendars are ready to download?

If you are interested to see all the free printables that I offer on the blog, then head to the printables library and help yourself to the ones that would be most useful for you!

Update September 2020

Free Daily Planner Printable 2.0

I’ve been using the daily planner printable for a while now, but I felt that it needed more time-slots to plan my day out more efficiently. I like to have space to plan every half hour as well for certain things. Because, well sometimes you just need it 🙂

So I had to shuffle a few things around and delete a few time-slots to make room for the new half hour ones. But frankly I don’t plan out my evening past 19:00. After 19:00 I start with my evening routine and it is basically the same every night. So, I don’t put it on my planner page.

Please note: This page is designed on an A4 page. But you are more than welcome to print it out on a letter page. Just make sure your printer settings is correct.

Free daily planner printable. Set your day up for success with this minimalist printable daily planner page with half hour time slots. Sometimes you just need to plan for those half hours as well! #nadinehattingh #freeprintables #freebies #plannerpages

Update April 2021

New versions of the daily planner

I had someone that reached out to me and ask if I can make a version of the daily planner without the military clock. So I did and I also made a few different versions as well! you can download them here!

I bundled them together in a .zip file. So no need to download individually, you can just download the file and unzip them to have all 4 versions.

But what if I have too much to fit on my daily planner printable?

This is the great thing about actually planning out your day, rather than just having a to-do list and frantically working through it, you can see if you have over-committed yourself and got too much to do in one day. 

Using a daily planner will not only help you plan out your day and get things done, but it will also help you prioritize between the things that have to be done and things that can be done later. This will give you clarity and lessen the overwhelm that you might feel with a never-ending to-do list.

By limiting yourself to accomplishing a few things a day will keep you from burning out. Remember that even if you only get one thing done today, it is one less thing you have to do tomorrow.

In a nut-shell: how I plan my day

I have two to-do lists. One for things I want-to-do and a Super Important to-do list. When I plan out my day I always include items of my Super Important to-do list first. Then when I have time I will include things from my want-to-do list.

Check the list below for more free printables!

If you like this daily printable planner, I am sure you will like all the other organizational printables that I have here on the blog. I keep them stored all in one place in the printable library!