Pretty Pretty Planner – Junior Size


about the planner

Usage Policy

All downloads are for individual personal use only, and may not be used for commercial or for-profit activities. You may print out as many as physical copies of my templates as you like for your individual use, but may not use any part of my downloads in other products. This means do not distribute my templates to other individuals, package them with other downloadable planner templates, or sell them through Etsy or other online platforms. In other words, DON’T BE A JERK.

The PDFs are password protected against any alterations – all you can do with them is download them with an Adobe Acrobat X compatible or higher version reader, and print. Any other PDF programs or older versions of Acrobat may not read the document correctly or allow it to open. You do not need the password to open and print these PDFs (I will not be distributing the password).

How To Print:

PDF downloads are non-editable, have the fonts embedded in the document, and the contents will not change with your margins or resolution or printer settings. What you see is exactly what will print.

These pages were designed to be printed on 8.5 x 11 paper in landscape mode. The pages are meant to be printed double-sided, and then cut in half and punched with a Levenger/Arc punch. Each month or week will be a two-page spread, so you will see both pages of a month or week at one time when the notebook is opened. Because of this setup, it may look like the dates are out of order when scrolling through the PDF. This is deliberate, and not a mistake – necessary in order for the right month or week to start on the back side of the last month.

For example, both the weekly and monthly two-page layouts follow this logic:

1st Half:        2nd Half:
PAGE 4          PAGE 1
PAGE 2          PAGE 3
PAGE 8          PAGE 5
PAGE 6          PAGE 7

Alternately, consider this example:

Page 1, 1st Half         Page 1, 2nd Half          Page 2, 1st Half         Page 2, 2nd Half
Days 15-17                 Days 4-7                        Days 8-10                    Days 11-14
Days 29-31                 Days 18-21                    Days 22-24                 Days 25-28

If it helps open the PDF and zoom out til you see 2 landscape pages per screen. If you look at the dates you will see they follow the logic above. Still confused? Check out this post for screenshots illustrating this principle.

If you have a color printer that prints double-sided pages (or are using the black and white version), then this means you have to choose double-sided printing from the print menu, and then choose to print on the short side (or long side, if that’s how your printer works). This might take some experimenting.

If your color printer requires you to print manual double-sided, it’s more work. You physically print on one side, go to the printer, take them out, reverse the order, and place them upside down back in the tray or however it works for you. On my printer, this means I have to print all the odd pages first, then once I’ve placed them back in the tray I print the even pages.

It’s complicated, but hey – that’s what you get with DIY Planners. Enjoy!


Download Links

1a. Classic

1b. Classic BW
1a. Classic
(Dated, 7 days on two pages, Monday start, includes monthly calendars)
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1b. Classic BW
(Dated, 7 days on two pages, Monday start, includes monthly calendars)
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2. BigBoxes

2. BigBoxes
(Dated, 7 days on two pages, Monday start, includes monthly calendars)
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3. Hourly
3. Hourly
(Dated, 7 days on two pages, Monday start, weekends have no time markings, includes monthly calendars)
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4. Horizontal
4. Horizontal UNDATED
(Dated, 7 days on two pages, Monday start, includes monthly calendars)
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5a. Business Week

5b. Business Week BW
5a. Business Week
(Dated, 5 days on two pages, Monday start, no monthly calendars)
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5b. Business Week BW
(Dated, 5 days on two pages, Monday start, hours 7-5, no monthly calendars)
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 6a. Monthly Sunday Start

6b. Monthly Sunday Start BW
6c. Monthly Monday Start
6a. Monthly Sunday Start
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6b. Monthly Sunday Start BW
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6c. Monthly Monday Start
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7a. Midori Weekly

7b. Midori Weekly Healthy

7c. Midori Weekly 1 pg

7a. Midori Weekly UNDATED
(7 days on two pages, Monday start, no monthly calendars or extras)
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7b. Midori Weekly Healthy UNDATED
(7 days on two pages, Monday start, no monthly calendars or extras, meal/fitness tracker)
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7c. Midori Weekly UNDATED (ONE PAGE)
(7 days on one page, no extra notes page, Monday start, no monthly calendars or extras)
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8. Weekly Agenda
8. Weekly Agenda UNDATED
(7 days on two pages, Monday start, no monthly calendars or extras, meal/fitness trackers)
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9. Meal Planner
9. Meal Planner UNDATED
(7 days on two pages, Monday start, no monthly calendars or extras)
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10a. Quarterly Sunday Start
10b. Quarterly Monday Start
10a. Quarterly Calendar Sunday Start
(Dated, one page per quarter with notes pages)
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10b. Quarterly Calendar Monday Start
(Dated, one page per quarter with notes pages)
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11. Daily
11. Daily UNDATED
(1 day on two pages, no monthly calendars or extras)
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FONTS Download these fonts and install them on your desktop computer if the PDF is not embedding them correctly!
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113 thoughts on “Pretty Pretty Planner – Junior Size

  1. shymaiden32 December 16, 2017 at 8:36 pm Reply

    how about a lunar calendar to keep up with the moon changes?

    • pensandart December 17, 2017 at 9:59 pm Reply

      I’ll add it to the ideas list, thanks!

  2. Cecilia Hobbs December 18, 2017 at 8:43 pm Reply

    I love your planners, and I can’t go without starting the new year without your delightful junior horizontal pretty planner; love those colors! Shame on those who profit on the labor of others. I am a firm believer of what comes around goes around. Your generosity of sharing your wonderful planner will be rewarded. Thank you so much and Happy New Year!!!

  3. Loyda December 19, 2017 at 3:16 am Reply

    I want to thank you again for making these available to all of us at no charge even after all that has happened. I have went ahead and printed these but I have a question or if any one else can chime in, Where do I find the monthly tabs? I thought they were in here somewhere but I can’t find them. Thank you again

  4. Karen December 30, 2017 at 9:59 pm Reply

    This is incredible! Thank you! Ive just started looking into the disc bound planners. I was at staples today and was drawn to their arc system. Now to figure out if their punches go on sale.

  5. ROSA FERNANDEZ February 12, 2018 at 3:42 am Reply

    Thank you so much!

  6. Denise March 21, 2018 at 4:27 pm Reply

    Hello,, Thank you for the use of your beautiful calendars! I am trying to print mine and it says I need a password to print. Do you have one I could use please? Thank You.

    • pensandart April 22, 2018 at 11:51 pm Reply

      Hi Denise! Sorry for the delay in getting back to you! Unfortunately I have had such issues lately with people stealing and reselling my templates, I’ve had to really lock down my 2018 templates. It doesn’t require a password to open or to print, but anything else is locked down. I haven’t posted the password anywhere, and won’t be allowing any other edits.

      If you are having issues just opening and printing though, which you should be able to do regardless of the password, it may be a software version issue. These PDFs are designed for Adobe Reader X, so any version older than that might not work as planned. The newest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader is free to download from their website. If using other PDF readers, make sure they can read Adobe X compatible documents.

      I’m sorry for the inconvenience or annoyance this may cause!

      Thank you!

  7. Sue Ellen April 10, 2018 at 5:57 pm Reply

    good morning I love your planners but I need to know how I could modify to make one that starts on saturday if you know how please help me

  8. Terese May 5, 2018 at 7:40 pm Reply

    Your Pretty Pretty Planner (junior) is such a joy to me! I LOVE COLORS! They make me happy! Being happy is difficult on many days, since I have multiple health issues that I need to be logging… and I hate logging (yet it’s crucial). Now I can be ‘HAPPY’ while I log!!! Thank you and may God bless your efforts exponentially!

    • pensandart September 12, 2018 at 3:38 pm Reply

      Awww, thank you! That’s why I made it back in the beginning too – I love colors and also need lots of white space to plan in, and just couldn’t find that combination anywhere else. So glad you like it too!!

  9. frenchscotty September 8, 2018 at 3:49 am Reply

    Can I just say “You rock!!!” ?

    I was looking to create my own planner pages (1 week across 2 half pages) and lo and behold I found your site. Thank you so so much!

    I’m not super tech-wise, but am assuming you don’t have this in a “editable” format? The reason I ask is because I love your hourly format, but love the checklist and daily notes at the bottom of the “block” format. I honestly only need 2 lines per hour (so 30 minute slots), and would love for the hours to go later . . . all that to say that I would make it from either 6 am to 9pm, or 7am to 10pm and then have the checklist at and daily notes at the bottom.

    Again, so amazing that I found this and that you make this available – thank you! I will use it as such (still trying to decide which format of the two I prefer) but thought I’d ask!

    THANK YOU!!!!

    • Jody Michael January 6, 2019 at 10:45 am Reply

      She used to put out an editable version. Then people started using it and calling it theirs. It’s pretty awful, so now she can’t take that chance.

  10. Kari Malcer Weiss December 28, 2018 at 6:38 pm Reply

    do you have 2019 available

    • pensandart January 1, 2019 at 2:26 am Reply

      Yes, they are now available to download!

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  12. Shhh January 1, 2019 at 2:36 am Reply

    Thank you for your all your time and effort in making these. Really appreciate it.

    • pensandart January 1, 2019 at 2:56 am Reply

      Thanks so much! Thank you for your patience in waiting for them!!

  13. wildsugarsite January 10, 2019 at 12:54 pm Reply

    I am always so excited when you announce the new planners will be available. Thank you for your incredible effort and creativity! These are so beautiful, but please please please can you do the black and white versions of the Junior and Letter sized planners? I was patiently waiting for them since October!

  14. Cyndi Leatherman January 20, 2019 at 5:18 am Reply

    Thank You for sharing your hard work!!!!
    God Bless!!!!

  15. Iris O January 22, 2019 at 7:41 pm Reply

    Hello, I was able to download this file, JNR_PPP2019 (7 days, Monday start, includes monthly calendars) and I realized after I printed that it was missing May 23rd, Its my anniversary so I kinda need it LOL, hubby will be upset If I forgot, but if its missing from my calendar all together than I may just get away with it. Honestly any other date I wouldst have noticed, Can you post an update? thanks again for making these available to all of us.

    • pensandart January 26, 2019 at 4:29 pm Reply

      Hi Iris! Sorry for the delay. I just went and downloaded the file from my blog page, and it does have May 23rd were it is supposed to. It may not look in order – as in, it won’t show up right between May 22nd and May 24th
      because of how the order must be for it to print correctly. But I do see it in the file, and the date reflects the file correction I posted.

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  18. Mary DePratto January 5, 2020 at 1:41 am Reply

    OMG!!! I just had the Junior Big Boxes planner printed at Staples (Canada) and Dec 10-23 is incorrect!!! 😦 The dates are wrong versus the day!!! Thursday should be Dec 10 and not Dec 12 and so on until Wednesday Dec 23 and not Dec 25!!! PLEASE NOTIFY EVERYON before they put the money out like I did to have it printed incorrectly!!!

    • pensandart January 5, 2020 at 1:59 am Reply

      Oh no!! You are so right, it looks like I am missing the Dec 10-12 completely. I apologize, I know how frustrating it is to find these mistakes after you’ve had them printed! When updating all these versions and sizes, mistakes can happen. At least it was only the last month of the year so all the rest is still good. 😬 Thank you for pointing it out, I’ll get it corrected ASAP.

    • pensandart January 5, 2020 at 10:53 pm Reply

      Hi again Mary. The corrected version is now available for download. Thank you for your patience.

      • Jody January 6, 2020 at 12:18 am

        Mary, I’m in AZ. Would you like me to print this for you? I’ve been using this FREE planner for years and not sure there has ever been a goof. I have a pretty good printer.

  19. SDB January 5, 2020 at 8:19 pm Reply

    I love your calendar! THANK YOU so much for doing these!!! I have been using it for several years now and would happily pay for the calendar if you ever decide to sell it if you ever decide to.

  20. Michelle August 31, 2020 at 7:03 pm Reply

    Thanks so much for your Junior size planners. I love them and have used them for years. You changed the format on the Business Week hourly page. The new format doesn’t work with my schedule, so I copied an old version and just wrote in the dates. I still love the pages and the format, so I have continued to use it. I work late on Thursday nights, which isn’t covered in the old one, but there’s room to write through the Today’s Goal box, that allows me to make it work. Plus, it starts at 7am. I start work at 8am, so that hour gives me space to note things that affect my whole day, such as if someone is out on PTO and therefore not available. I just wanted to share my thoughts. I love these planners and will continue to use them either way.

    I also use the Midori Weekly pages for my to dos. My schedule and appts go on the Business weekly and then I use the Midori Weekly pages to track to dos and reminders of things that I may need to act on or for reference. This keeps my schedule neat and easy to read, especially since I have work-related notes on them.

    The Daily Planner page is useful as needed to track stuff on particularly busy days or when I want notes associated with a specific day. I rarely use the times on the daily sheet, just use the to do list for my to dos, the tracker keeper to note things/ people I’m waiting on and the timed lines for notes.

    Between the three of these, I can stay organized and keep things on track at work. It is nice that they coordinate so there is a cohesiveness to my system. I use the Levenger disc system to keep all of my pages.

    Thanks again for the planners. They are so functional, but also pretty.

  21. Mary H DePratto January 1, 2021 at 10:29 pm Reply

    Hi! I love these and was wondering when the 2021 versions will be available…? I have been using them for so many years and would love to continue to do so!! Thanks!

    • pensandart January 5, 2021 at 12:02 am Reply

      I will be updating some of the 2021 versions but not EVERY version! Hopefully in a week or so. If you respond with your ideal favorite size and layout I’ll keep that in mind. 🙂

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