Monthly Calendar: the backbone of planning

Dead week is here (lame) but this week I made some free monthly calendar printables for you to use wherever you need organization (not lame)


Heres the calendars for March, April, May, and June!

I spent some time this weekend thinking about how to organize things is a more simple manner. For anyone not interested in getting a planner just yet, or even if you have one, I would suggest using a simple monthly calendar to keep track of big dates and appointments.


I also highly suggest everyone in college goes and buys a bulletin board! It is perfect for sticking random things you don’t want to loose. I use it as a half scrapbook half monthly calendar.


I also understand that March is half way over but if you’re having a freak out about your finals or spring break scheduling writing whats most important down can really ease your mind.

If you haven’t had a chance to check out all my other free printables already, make sure to take a look! If thats not enough for you, my Etsy page should have more than enough to satisfy your needs!


On a personal note, I had the opportunity to volunteer at the Santa Barbara Zoo this weekend and it was beautiful! Just the right dose of motivation before a very very busy dead week.


Have a beautiful week! Happy Studying!

One thought on “Monthly Calendar: the backbone of planning

  1. Those are awesome calendars, Paige! I would print them, but I already have printable calendars in a folder in my room for the whole year, and I don’t need duplicates, haha! The bulletin board is a great idea. I’ve always liked the thought of having one in my room, but I haven’t gotten around to buying one yet lol. That’s awesome that you got to volunteer at the zoo! What did you help out with while there? 😄

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