Free November Printable Planner For Discs & Rings

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November Free Planner Printable

Thanks to your feedback on my October 2019 planner printable!
 
Because of your helpful response, I made the November printable undated. The planner is dated in the photos because I made a dated one for myself.
 
Finding planner peace is challenging for me, so it’s easy for me to make my own.  I’ve gone from buying planner printables from Etsy to making my own.  As a mom and entrepreneur, I have busy seasons and quiet seasons. Being about to easily change layouts makes me feel less guilty about wasting paper or space. 
 
One challenge with using discbound planners is finding the right sized layouts. My preferred sized is “junior” as Tul, Staples Arc, and Levenger calls them. They’re actually half-letter sized. I like this size because it’s small enough to be portable but big enough for my sometimes unwieldy handwriting. The other reason is that I can print 2 half-letter pages onto a US Letter sized sheet. Cut them in half, punch, and I’m done!

Undated November Monthly and Weekly Planner

Due to popular demand, this November planner printable is undated. You can use stickers or pretty markers (like these Tombows) to fill in the pages. I made a dated version for myself, which is shown in the photos.

If you prefer a minimalist version of the weekly layout, check out my Etsy store. There’s plenty of space for stickers and washi if that’s your thing.

For this free undated November planner printable, I also created a monthly layout. I don’t use a paper monthly layout, but I needed one to set up my editorial calendar. Most of my monthly things go into Google calendar. I happily embrace my hybrid paper-digital system!

I also made a video flipping through it for you. Here I cut the pages in half after I printed them and punched them for my disc planner.

How to print your free planner printable

When you look at the file, it might look funny. The file is designed to be printed double sided on US Letter paper, folded in half, and stapled.  You can keep it folded as a booklet or cut and punch for discs or rings. I prefer to use  HP Premium32 printable paper because it’s great for fountain pens and gel pens. 

To print:

These instructions are based on my HP Envy 5330. Your printer might have slightly different settings or quirks. If you have printing tips for your printer, please leave a comment for others!

  • Open the file in Adobe Acrobat Reader and click print
  • Printer settings: if your printer allows it, set it to borderless printing. If you do this, set the  print size to “actual” (not “fit to page”)
  • Under Pages to Print: click “More Options” and then “Odd pages”
  • Orientation: Landscape
  • Print odd pages
  • Place your pages back into your printer so they print on the other side
  • Under Pages to Print: click “More Options” and then “Even pages”
    • For my printer, I had chose “Reverse pages.” so they print in order. You’ll want to experiment with yours
  • Print Even pages

Punching planner for discs

To cut & punch for discs or rings

Cut the pages in half horizontally. I use a Fiskars paper trimmer that cuts 3-4 pages of 32lb paper at a time. If you want, you can fold the pages in half, but I use the extendable and cut so the pages are 5.5″ wide.

Next grab the punch for your planner notebook and punch the pages. I found this heavy duty Tul disc punch in the clearance section of my Office Depot. It’s a bit pricier but I find that I can easily punch 4 sheets of 32lb paper at a time.

Download your free undated November planner printable

I’ve teased you enough!

Download your free undated November  planner printable for discs and rings by clicking here or the image below. This file is for personal use only. Please do not sell or distribute. Send them here for more disc planner goodness!

Free November Planner Printable

I’d love your feedback. If you like it, I can design them next month and so on.

What themes would you like to see for future planner printables for discs and rings? 

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