I’ve been working hard to get my free 2019 printable calendars designed extra early this year since so many of you have reached out requesting them. I’m so pumped to announce that they are now ready!
I designed 46 design options in both Sunday and Monday start dates (Sunday starts are letter size and the Monday starts are A4 size). Yes, I know that is a super overwhelming amount, but I got on a roll and just couldn’t stop, ha!
I hope there is something in there for everyone, and as always I provided a couple super minimal options as well.
Without further ado…..here’s a peek at all 46 free 2019 printable calendars before you go to download:
Click to zoom. Monday start options are not shown, but are included in the download link.
A couple of changes to note this year:
- I removed the notes section to make room for larger day boxes
- I removed the USA national holidays since people all over the world use these calendars. 🙂
What I kept:
- The mini calendars of previous and past months
- The darker colored numbers
The only request I wasn’t able to get to (yet again) was vertical formats so people can use them with their vertical clipboards (I’m sorry!), but I did some research and they do sell horizontal clipboards.
I’m going to be purchasing one of these: horizontal clipboard or maybe this more affordable one or maybe this free standing option to use with my chosen calendar.
Some people like to download and print different free printable 2019 calendars and mix them together. I’ve done this before as well—lots of options this way.
I like to print a few calendars to use for various things—blogging scheduler, family calendar, workout tracker, etc. They also make great gifts for friends, teachers, etc.
I’d love to know how you use them!
I hope you find something you love, and as always, let me know in the comments if you have any requests for next year.
I know many of you are trying to stay motivated through those New Year’s resolutions! With that in mind, I thought I’d share these beautiful, printable to-do lists from Shutterfly. Whether it’s a small task or a long-term goal, writing things down can be a great motivator – not to mention how good it feels to cross off what you’ve accomplished.
Not only are the designs great but the lists cater to many needs and working styles. They include everything from a reno/home project task list to an hourly to-do list. There’s also a very cute printable for kids to keep track of their own homework and chores. I hope you all enjoy these and that they help you achieve an organized and productive year. Let me know which one’s your favorite!
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