12 Week Plan - Minimal Winter Planner for December, January and February {Free Printable Calendar Worksheet}

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Want to be organized and plan your winter? Here’s a minimal one-page printable winter planner sheet/calendar for December, January & February.

If you love planning things, then you might enjoy this one-page winter planner sheet for December, January and February.

I created this printable because I needed to have a planner page where I can see 3 months at the time with the week numbers and the dates. And now this planner sheet is one of my favorites! So of course, I want to share it with you and gift you the printable. I hope you’ll find it as helpful as I do!

Minimal Winter Planner for December, January and February {Free Printable Calendar Worksheet}

Minimal one-page winter planner sheet for December, January and february {Free printables}

If you like to stay organized, you need to (and most likely love to) plan things. And when you’re making long term plans it would be great to have a planner view of all the winter months on one page. And that’s why I created this minimal winter planner sheet.

Minimal Winter Planner for December January February ALL {Free Printable Calendar Worksheet}

This minimal winter planner is a one-page printable and you can add it to your planner or bullet journal but it works well on its own as well if you just need to quickly create some plan for your project. 

It has the dates on it, so you can just print the calendar and start planning.

Extra tip! You can color or highlight the line between Sunday and Monday (or Saturday and Sunday) so you can easily see when each week changes.  

Add the numbers of the week also if you need them.

This is “blank”/evergreen calendar so you can use the same download next as well.

12 Week Plan - Minimal Winter Planner for December, January and February {Free Printable Calendar Worksheet}

You can use this printable for menu planning, for blogging, to write down the events and holidays that are coming, plan things with friends and family or just to use it to organize your life.

My favorite way to use this planner sheet is to plan my posts and the printables for this blog. It’s so much easier to see what kind of themes I could cover during a 3-month period. 

And then I use another one to write down my personal schedule, the trips and bigger events that need some extra planning, up-coming birthdays and other fun things. This way I can see if some week is going to be too packed and I can make needed adjustments to my schedules so that my winter is going to be a bit more balanced. 

And they look pretty cute. What do you think?

Pink, Blue and Black&White Minimal Winter Calendar - December, January and February on one page

Materials & Products I use and recommend for the printables

Why plan “seasonally”?

Each year can be divided into four quarter – Q1 being January-March, Q2 being April-June and so on.

But the year can also be divided by seasons:

  • Spring is March-May
  • Summer is June-August
  • Autumn is September-November
  • And Winter is December-February.

Planning by season divides the year into four 3 month / 12-13 weeks periods and that’s the perfect timeframe to set goals, develop new habits and make semi-long plans.

And because the year is divided by seasons, then the goals and plans are in line with the schedules that schools, vacations and the courses you might take have. 

Plus if you live in a place were there are four seasons weatherwise then you can plan and set goals that are in line with the weather as well (if needed).

Pink minimal Winter Calendar - December, January and February on one page

More information about the printable winter calendar

There are all winter months (December, January and February) on one page. 

There’s room to write and make notes and you can print as many as you want to for your personal use.

To see multiple months and weeks on one page is one of my favorite ways to plan things. 

You can’t go into details because there’s not enough room to write too much, but sometimes that’s a good thing! The idea of this minimal planner sheet is to make an overall plan.

And I like it that you can do some planning with color codes / highlighters and see on one page how busy or empty your calendar is.

Beige and pink minimal Winter Calendar - December, January and February on one page

This printable is a US letter size and but there’s a one design you can easily resize to fit any planner, bullet journal or binder and after resizing and printing you can use the extra white space for notes or doodles.

The printable winter planner sheets look like this:

Cute pink one-page winter planner sheet.

DOWNLOAD: PINK winter planner sheet

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Cute blue one-page winter planner sheet.

DOWNLOAD: BLUE winter planner sheet

© SaturdayGift Ltd. For personal use only, not to be copied, distributed, altered or sold.

Black and white minimal one-page winter planner sheet.

DOWNLOAD: BLACK & WHITE winter planner sheet

© SaturdayGift Ltd. For personal use only, not to be copied, distributed, altered or sold.

Beige minimal one-page winter calendar planner sheet

DOWNLOAD: BEIGE winter planner sheet

© SaturdayGift Ltd. For personal use only, not to be copied, distributed, altered or sold.

How to download the minimal one-page winter planner sheet

You can find most of my pretty & practical planner sheet, calendars, worksheets and checklists free from the SaturdayGift Printables Library. 

But these printables you download right from this post. 

Download the printables under each image above or from these links:

DOWNLOAD: PINK winter one-page planner sheet.

DOWNLOAD: BLUE winter one-page planner sheet.

DOWNLOAD: BLACK & WHITE winter one-page planner sheet.

DOWNLOAD: BEIGE winter one-page planner sheet.

Tip! I’ve noticed that the printable looks better when it’s first saved to your computer and then printed from there. That way you can choose the printer settings you like to have.

Next steps: get the other printables of this series

These printables are part of the 12-week planning series. Each “season” I’ll be gifting you new planner sheets that’ll help you plan the next three months and set and achieve your 12-week goals.

The other articles/planner sheets of this 12-week planning -series are:


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