Which is better?
Well it really depends on how custom you need your planner to be… what types of things are you planning, how many different things are you planning, what is your preference?
I know you have come to this blog to get the answer not to be asked questions
We are getting to the answer I promise but first you need to do a little brainstorming session…
- What are you using your planner for? Personal day to day, work, budget, family, kids activities, school, side hustles, blogging, faith, meal planning and fitness, wellness…
- How custom do you want your planner? Do you want the pages to be different each month? Maybe you are a school teacher and need a detailed planner through the year bu a simple planner through the summer
- How flexible do you need your planner to be? Do you want to be able to change pages out, do you want or need to add pages in the middle of a planner year?
- Are you a creative and functional planner that needs flexibility?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above…
You may need to think about printing your own planner!
It is fun I promise it may seem like a lot of work but once you have it printed you will be so happy you have a custom unique planner that is all yours!!!
Printing different sizes for different planners
Did you know that even if you have a personal or a pocket size planner that you can print the 8.5X11 file to fit it, you don’t have to buy all new files!!!
I am here to help you
The following graphic is the most popular sizes of planners and the percentage an 8.5X11 file would need to be printed at.
come on over to Redefine Your Plans to see all the printable planning and stationary goodies I have ready for you!!!
Do you have one of these planners?
Once you print… now what?
once you print at the percentage you need, next you will need to trim the excess paper and punch holes, then you are ready to put in your planner!