I love creating and experimenting with different Week on 2 Pages layouts and I really liked this one when I was using a half-size planner.
I designed the outside dated columns for date sensitive items: appointments, due dates, etc. When I first started creating it I had all the days on one page but there was not enough room to write all that I knew I would be writing, so I divided those between the two pages.
Having an actual to-do list is a little different for me since I always write tasks that need to be done on the current day in my weekly spread - that means I re-write the task to the next day if I did not get to it but I won't do that now. If I have several days to do a task but it does need to be done by a certain day, I take my red pen and outline the checkbox
There's a weekly checklist that you can fill in on the left side page and a place to write in your menu for the week and an area for inspiration - a Bible verse, quotation, drawing, etc.
This is an undated insert - print it on letter paper, flip it and print on the other side, make sure it prints in the correct direction. Cut down the middle, punch holes, and you're ready to go!
If you give this a try, come back and let me know how you liked it. I'm always interested in knowing what kind of changes you would make to the inserts if you could. Download HERE.
This was originally published in 2016.