Monday, December 15

Free Printable 2015 Calendar

CLICK HERE for the 2017 Planner!
CLICK HERE for the 2016 Planner Printable!
Here it is!!!  The 2015 Planner Printable!!!  Who is excited!  Please be sure to read the descriptions below each picture.  Be sure to hit the "HERE" part and it will just download to your desktop.  A total list of all the downloads are at the bottom of the post.

I printed all of mine front to back on 8.5 x 11 high quality paper.  If you want to print at a different size you can select that from your print page on most computers.  

Usually I take mine to Staples and have the spiral bind my planner.  This year I upgraded to an Arc System!  THIS notebook was on sale for 10 bucks, plus I used a coupon.   I bought a portable punch for a Levenger system HERE.   Since it was cheaper than the actual Arc punch.  Yes... I have to punch more but...  I like my money!  I don't want to spend it if I don't have to!  I created my own planner for goodness sake!  (Levenger and Arc are disc bound planner systems that you can easily add to or tear away pages from.  These systems are compatible with each other.)  You could also put these in a 2 inch binder if you want.

Remember I created this FOR FREE and honestly... more for myself.  There will probably be mistakes.  If you shoot me a message I can try to fix them.  But... If it gets to be June...  just write over the incorrect date with a pen silly gooses.
The first thing I placed in my planner was a Special Dates Section.  This way it would be easy to flip over to and find birthdays for the month or holidays.
This download has 4 pages with all the months listed.  
Click HERE to download the Special Dates pages.
Next I put in an address section.  This is two pages.  Print as many as you think you need!  I only did the two...  I seem to end up saving most of these on my phone...
Click HERE to download the Address pages.
Next up are the sought after calendar pages!!!!  This PDF actual begins with the quote pages shown at the beginning of the post.  Directly after each month comes their weekly pages. If you notice... I made several changes to the weekly part of my planner.  All the days have a tiny water drop to track your daily water in-take.  I am horrible about my water so... this is going to be my new years resolution...  Ha ha.  There is a spot below that to plan your meals for the week.  The bottom of the left page has a blank square.  This is meant for you to place a 3x3 sticky note after you get your planner together.  Then you have a removable shopping list after you plan your meals!  Or... just write it in there and take a pic with your phone...  Either one.  The bottom of the right page has a place to put a simply 10 minute project for the week.  Maybe something you always mean to get done, but never do because life gets in the way.  Just a simple place to attempt to keep yourself more efficient.  And...  I added a quote.  Some are simple, but most are dorky.   I like dorkiness!
Click HERE for January to June pages.
Click HERE for July to December pages.
Next came my Random To Do List.  This right here is the part I used just as much as my calendar.  I always have a ton of random projects or birthday gifts to create or a party to plan or an organizing project going.  I LOVE these pages.
Click HERE to download the Project pages.
Then we have the Monthly Budget and Daily Expense Tracker.  This download has one page for a Monthly budget and three for daily expense tracking.
Click HERE to download the Budget Pages.
Then I have a few babysitter pages.  I usually end up trading baby sitting with a friend, but these were nice to have on hand when I had a younger sitter in my home.
Click HERE to download the Babysitter Notes.
Last but not least are the plain Note Pages.  These are always nice to have at the end of a planner for use in meeting or party planning or christmas to to list or....  you name it.  It's just cute paper you can print to match everything else above!
Click HERE to download the Note pages.

Click each title below to download that page instead of scrolling through the whole post!
Monthly and Weekly Calendars





28 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this, this year is even better than the last one! Happy Holidays!!!

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    1. I LOVE these, thank you so much for sharing! Where ever do you find the cute fonts and clip art? I'm always on the search for cute ones like these! I could definitely use them on my classroom communication and bulletin boards! :)

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  2. Will this work for the half size arc planner?

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    1. I think so. She said that you can shrink it to fit.

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    2. Yes! You should be able to select the size when you go to hit print.

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  3. I am so excited to use these! Thanks so much for sharing! I would love to see how you put your whole system together :)

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  4. Thank you thank you thank you for these!! i lvoed your 2014 planner and am so glad you made one for 2015!!!

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  5. thank you for these, which program can i use for editing the budget.

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    1. Well, they are saved as a PDF. So I guess you would have to be good at photoshop to really change it. I don't like sending people the original, mostly because I use a lot of different fonts and I don't keep track of which ones I use. If you don't have them on your computer it upload correctly and you might as well start all over and create one of your own from there! Trust me. I tried to use the template from last year but had to start over because I got a new computer. lol I create all my things in Microsoft Word.

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  6. Thank you so much for posting this! I've never sent to an office box store before - what option do I select when I send to them to print?

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    1. You should be able to upload it Office Depot or Staples website, depending on what is closest to you. Then you can select from there what to print. The option I have taken when sending things in to get professionally printed is I download it to a USB drive and take it in. I would rather talk to a person than a computer when giving directions.

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  7. Thank You! I used 2014's and couldn't wait to see if you made one this year. Loved 2014's, loved 2015's!. Thank you thank you thank you!!

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  8. came across your site in pinterest; now, I want to try a daily planner; thanks for sharing the printouts

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  9. came across your site in pinterest; now, I want to try a daily planner; thanks for sharing the printouts

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  10. THIS IS WONDERFUL! There is wonder and then there's full but this is WONDERFUL! I SO hope you make one for 2016!!!!

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  11. Hello Sherbert Cafe! I have always wanted to plan and organize my life as I am rather lazy and can be really unproductive at times. I tried writing journals and diaries but I didn't really like it. Just before 2015 began, I saw Filofax planners and people decorating them on YouTube and loved the idea. Since I live in Turkey, it was impossible to find one and I gave up. Few months after that I discovered EC Life Planners and I was even more amazed. Logical planning AND cute designs?! But we already were well into 2015 and I couldn't find something I would use. Then an idea came to my mind, why didn't I make one myself. I searched for a while and no printables seemed useful. Then I saw your printables and I loved them. It seemed very useful and the layout was near perfect for me. But then I didn't feel so comfortable about using your's, they are amazing and beautiful but it did not really feel like "me". So I decided to design my very own pages and I did too. I made my own printables highly based off of your's using MS Office PowerPoint (It's a lot harder to mess up than Word). I printed it out at home in A5 size paper, put it in an A5 size 2-ring binder and I couldn't be happier about it. I started in the beginning of June and it has helped me a lot to manage my life. I use it like a planner and a diary, even though I may not be able to change who I am, at least I can see what I will/should do and what I did in a day and it keeps me more productive. If it weren't for you, I may not have had taken this step to change my life because you inspired me a lot. Thank you so much! Have a nice day!

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  12. I love your weekly calendar but I noticed July 26th-August 1st is missing?

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  13. Your blog is FABULOUS!! Is there any chance you will be whipping up your magical planner for Jan-June 2016 any time soon? I am HOOKED on your templates!!! Thanks for uploading!! :)

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  14. This is the best printable planner, just what I was looking for :-)

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  15. Hi! I'm a homeschooling mom, and have scoured the internet for the perfect calendar, and yours is definitely my favorite! I see you don't come out with the next year until December. Have you ever considered doing a school year calendar? August through June or July? I'm still going to use yours, and will use a generic plain calendar in January-May spots until you come out with next year! These are awesome! Thank you!!

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  16. This is wonderful, but I would also LOVE an academic year calendar! I'm a teacher, so my "year" always begins in August.

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  17. I love your calendar!! It has helped me to be so organized! I love the meal planning and the water tracker too!! I am also a teacher and I was wondering if you might extend this calendar to May of 2016. It works perfect for my lesson plan calendar as well! THank you so much for your help!! Btw.....I have lost 17 pounds so far this year and I really have to thank you for helping me to be more organized!! YOU ROCK!!! :)

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    1. Ok... THIS makes me feel awesome! Thank you!

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  18. i love your calendar and I'm using for the new school year!! when is monthly calendar for 2016 coming? cant wait for it <3

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  19. bookmarked this site ! I love it!

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