For the past couple of weeks, I've been sharing previews of Puffin Pages Co's 2024 printable planners all in the lead up to the release day on 14 September!
This week, the spotlight is on the 2024 monthly planners 🎉
Like the weekly planners, I made similar changes to the design of the dated monthly planners, which I'll talk about more further down in this post.
If you want to try them out before committing for 2024, the undated versions will be discounted at 20% off for the entire week of 28 August to 3 September.
Puffin Pages Co's first ever monthly planner design - and a bestselling one!
For a good reason too - it has everything you need in an effective monthly planner layout: calendar, important dates and to do lists.
A crowd favourite! And honestly, I think this is the design that put Puffin Pages Co on the map 😆
My personal favourite part of this planner is how the to do list has a column for an action date, deadline or timeline.
This planner is the month on two pages version of the Monthly Planner No. 1 but with an extra section for your top monthly priorities.
This planner is perfect if you prefer a more structured layout.
A confession: when I first released this design, I didn't think it would be as popular as it did.
But you guys seem to love the minimal, soft grey lines. This planner also offers the most spacious calendar section out of all the monthly planner designs.
More About 2024 Lineup
Here are some extra details about the 2024 monthly planners:
- They are dated from 1 January to 31 December 2024.
- Available as Monday start only.
- The files are formatted for double-sided printing.
Now, for the significant changes:
- The files are designed to be separable by month.
- For Monthly Planners No. 4 and No. 9, each month will have its own cover page PLUS a lined notes page as a back page.
- For Monthly Planner No. 1 and Monthly Overview, each month will have a lined notes page as a back page.
I'll share more about what the cover and notes pages look like soon!
So, which monthly planner will be your pick for 2024?