Ultimate List of Free Valentine’s Day Planner Printables

Check out this Ultimate List of Free Valentine’s Day Planner Printables to make your planner lovely.  Includes links to gorgeous free printables that will make your planner shine with love!

Use the Ultimate List of FREE Valentine's Day Planner Printables to make your planner lovely.


Love is in the air!  Get your planners ready to celebrate Valentine’s Day with these FREE printable planner stickers.  You will find a variety of styles, colors, and Valentine’s Day themes.

Free Valentine’s Day Printable Planner Stickers

Valentine’s Day Happy Planner Printable Sticker Sampler (MintFox Stationery)

Valentine’s Day Planner Stickers: Free Printable (Pink Bows & Twinkle Toes)

Planner Stickers for Valentine’s Day { Free Printable } (CuteDaisy)

Valentine’s Day Rustic Stickers for Planners (CuteDaisy)

Have Some Valentine Fun with Valentine’s Day Planner Printables (Scattered Squirrel)

First Valentine’s Day Freebie (Keturah Design)

2 Free Valentine’s Day Planner Sticker Printables (Planner Pickett)

Love/Valentine’s day planner stickers weekly kit –Free printable and cut file (Lovely Planner)

Free Valentine’s Day Print & Cut File (Wendaful Designs)

Freebie Friday: Printable Planner Stickers with adorable shades of pinks & hearts! (rather be reading ya)

Valentine’s Day Freebies (Miss Write)

Pretty in Pink Planner Stickers – Free Printable (Vintage Glam studio)

Heart Attack by Traci Reed + Free Planner Stickers (Traci Reed Design)

Free Printable Download – Pink Hearts Journaling Elements (Vintage Glam studio)

Printable Valentine’s Day Planner Stickers to Organize Your Week (Weigh to Maintain)

Love Kit and Free Printable Planner Stickers (Bible Journal Love)

Free Valentine’s Planner Stickers (Amber Downs)

Almost Valentine’s Day + Free Printables (Lucki Charms)

Vintage Valentine Planner Printable (Victoria Thatcher)

 Use this ultimate list of FREE Valentine's Day planner printables to make your planner lovely for the holiday.

More Planner Fun with These Free Printables

These gorgeous free printables would be great for dashboards or decorative cards in your planners.

Free Valentine Printable {Because we LOVE you!} (Webster’s Pages)

Free Glamorous Valentine’s Day Printables (bella storia)

Free Valentines Day Printables (Soho Sonnet)

Do YOU have a favorite Free Valentine’s Day Printable that’s not listed here?
Leave the link in the comments below & it will get added to this list!

Which one of these printables is your favorite?

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Free Goal Setting Printable Worksheet For Your Planner

Check out this awesome free goal setting printable worksheet for your planner. Get your free printable plus access to exclusive subscriber freebies at Planner Squad.

Who can quite believe that it’s almost mid-December? December for me screams goal setting. So, I have designed for you, yes you’ve guessed it, a Goal Setting Worksheet to help you plan and set your goals in 2017.

Setting goals….

Last year was the first year that I set some personal goals. Most of my goal setting up to that point revolved around my corporate job in Compliance. Last December, whilst on maternity leave and recovering from a C-section, I was reflecting on my life over the past few years.

At the age of 31, I was left wondering what I had achieved in life so far and what was next. I knew I wasn’t happy working my 9-5. I knew I wanted to spend more time with my children. I knew wholeheartedly that both myself and my newborn were both lucky to be in this world after an extremely complicated pregnancy and even more complicated birth. I knew it was time to change the things in life that I wasn’t happy with and so I set myself some life changing goals.

In short, my goals for 2016 were to quit my corporate 9-5 job and run my planner business from home whilst I looked after my children. Of course, those goals were broken down into many other much smaller goals, action points, and strategies which took a lot of time to plan.

There is something about writing your goals down. I personally enjoy goal setting. I love achieving the goals I’ve set. It makes me feel good about myself and is a great confidence booster. Additionally, research shows that individuals who write their goals down are more likely to achieve them.

In December 2015, I was barely half the person I once was. I was suffering from a huge amount of anxiety, low self-esteem, and little confidence in myself.  My corporate job and the workplace bullying that I had been subjected to had worn me thin. I looked at my goals every single day and worked hard to reach them. Some days, I felt like I wanted to quit but I kept pushing through.

I tell you this not for sympathy, but to inspire you, because in April 2016 I walked into my workplace with my head held high and handed them my resignation. It was the most amazing feeling to leave on my own terms and know that my life was back on track.

Set yourself some goals for 2017….

Life is so short and the days pass by so quickly! I encourage every single one of you to live life to fullest and follow your dreams. A dream is only a dream without a plan and that is why I am sharing this free Goal Setting Worksheet with you. If you have a dream, no matter how big or small, write it down and start working towards your dreams.

I have a two quotes that I live my life by now:

  • “ If you don’t build your own dreams, someone will hire you to help them build theirs” – Tony Gaskin
  • “Dream big, start small but most of all start” – author unknown

I truly believe that you can achieve whatever you set your mind to. Have faith, be courageous, and be true to yourself and your dreams.

SMART goal setting….

I have written here in the past about SMART Goal Setting. In fact, it was the subject of my very first Planner Squad blog post. The SMART Goal Setting principle is amazing and it will help you to set realistic goals that you can work towards achieving. The free SMART Goals Assessment booklet that I designed for the Planner Squad talks about how to set SMART goals. I recommend reading that blog post and downloading the free workbook so you can be confident in setting SMART goals.

Free Goal Setting Printable Worksheet For Your Planner

The free Goal Setting Worksheet….

As always, the free printable Goal Setting Worksheet is available in both A5 and personal size. The personal size worksheet has been designed to be printed booklet style and comes with crop marks reading for cropping down to the correct size.

Inspire and be inspired by sharing your goals below. What goals will you be sharing in 2017?

To get your FREE printable goal setting worksheet plus access to all Planner Squad exclusive subscriber freebies, click on the image below!

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Recollections Spiral Planner Giveaway

Want to find out more about the Recollections Spiral Planner? Get a sneak peek plus enter to win our giveaway for one planner + 2 bonus sticker packs. Giveaway ends 1/1/17.


I love finding new planners to learn more about and enjoy, don’t you?  I was as happy as a kid at Christmas to find the Recollections Spiral Planner earlier this year.  And now I am triple as happy that Planner Squad is able to host a giveaway for this amazing planner!

Cue twinkly lights and lots of glittery tinsel!

Have you had a chance to check out the Recollections Spiral Planner available at Michael’s (Shop Michaels Online)? Gor-geous!

I am new to the world of spiral planners.  I have been told by some very trustworthy planner girls that this planner is very similar to Erin Condren but at a much more affordable price.

Cue pipers piping, heralds singing, and lords a-leapin’!

With my super duper special Michael’s 50% off coupon (if you are not a Michaels Rewards member, you need to be!  Free to join and extra discounts!), I got my hands on a Recollections Goal Spiral Planner. I am totally in love with this planner that I keep for blogging.

I was so in love with that goal planner that I went back (with another 50% off coupon!) and picked up a large Recollections Spiral Planner that I will use for homeschool planning in 2017.  (I have already started to prepare it because it is so dang cute and is calling to me!)

Jenn was bit by the same planner bug and has two Recollection Spiral planners, too.  During one of our many chats, we decided that Planner Squad had to do a giveaway.

Recollections Spiral Planner Giveaway

One lucky Squadette will win one 7.5″ x 9.25″ Recollections Creative Year 12 Month Spiral Planner (Vertical).  Jenn and I both agreed that this cover with inspirational words and phrases was super cute and needed to be our giveaway planner.

There are four awesome features of this planner that I must point out:

  1.  4 sheets of functional and fun stickers
  2. double-sided pocket folder
  3. clear zip envelope
  4.  laminated covers with blank insides that you could use dry erase marker to jot down notes again and again

Take a sneak peek at the Recollections Spiral Planner & enter to win this one in a giveaway!


Take a sneak peek at the Recollections Spiral Planner & enter to win this one in a giveaway!
Monthly spread


Take a sneak peek at the Recollections Spiral Planner & enter to win this one in a giveaway!
Weekly spread


Take a sneak peek at the Recollections Spiral Planner & enter to win this one in a giveaway!
One of the four sticker sheets found in the Recollections Spiral Planner.


Take a sneak peek at the Recollections Spiral Planner & enter to win this one in a giveaway!
One view of the double-sided pocket folder plus back laminated inside cover.

Here is your chance to enter to win this adorable planner!  Giveaway ends January 1, 2017 (that feels so weird to type!).  Best of luck to all who enter and may the planning force be with you!

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Free Printable Gratitude Log For Your Planner

Find out how to use this free printable gratitude log in your planner to help you remember & focus on all that you have to be thankful for!

Since this past weekend was Thanksgiving weekend, I wanted my freebie inserts to be themed around gratitude. This week’s freebie insert is this undated Gratitude Log. With that in mind, I thought I’d do a little bit of a different post and share with you some of the things I am grateful for.

I am grateful for;

  • My family – my husband and my two gorgeous boys
  • My friends near and far
  • The roof I have over my head
  • Enough money to feed and clothe my family
  • The support from my husband in my business adventure
  • The chance I was given to say a final goodbye to my mum
  • The past (good and bad) because it gave me the life I lead today
  • The Planner Community for supporting me in realizing my dreams
  • The sleepless nights my boys give me because it means I get even more cuddles
  • My health
  • Being able to stay home with my boys and getting to watch them grow up
  • Dr P for diagnosing and treating my endometriosis and enabling me to become a mum

This year I have made huge changes to my life. I was very unhappy working my 9-5 job and missing out on my son growing up. Like a lot of families, modern day living had made it impossible for me to stay home.

In 2015, I fell pregnant for the second time but this pregnancy was not straight forward. Due to Placenta Previa, I spent my whole pregnancy on edge. Following a hugely complicated C-Section delivery, I was left feeling more grateful for my life and those people in it than I’d ever felt before. I decided there and then that life is far too short and decided to make some major changes in my life. I resigned from my job and focused on my Etsy store full time so that I could stay home with my babies.

Resigning from my corporate job was just the first step I took. My corporate job had worn me down and washed me out.  I have spent a lot of time this year rebuilding my confidence and practicing mindfulness and positivity. I was mostly a “my glass is half empty” kind of girl.

I have really enjoyed the road to rediscovery. Next year, I plan to make a point of journalling my gratitude and keeping a daily photo journal to remind me of all the every day things that I should be grateful for that I quite often over look.


Free Printable Gratitude Log

To help me practice gratitude, I will be using the free Gratitude Log that I have designed exclusively for the Planner Squad. As with all of my printable freebies, the Gratitude Log comes in personal size and A5. The personal size Gratitude Log comes with crop marks to enable you to easily trim the inserts down to size. The Gratitude Log is undated and is numbered from 1 – 31 to allow for each day of the month.

What are you most grateful for? How do you practice gratitude in your daily life? Comment below and let us know.

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OK Planner Crawl

Get a sneak peak at all this planning fun at the OK Planner Crawl. More planning resources & freebies at plannersquad.com

Have you ever been on a planner crawl?  If not, check out all the fun Wendie had!

Last month, I had the pleasure of attending the OK Planner Crawl, an annual planner event in OKC. Tickets are limited but my friends, Susan and Sami of Chirps & Cheers, sponsored me and made it possible for me to attend.

I had no idea what to expect and the only expectation I had was to have a good time. The morning started off at a local hotel, our headquarters for the day, and everyone was buzzing with excitement. I ran into Dani, the organizer for the OKC planner group I attend.  We waited in line for the doors to open to the conference room where the crawl was set to start.

Upon entering the conference room, we signed in, received our name tags, marveled at the massive de-stash table, and broke into our groups. We were all assigned three local shops to visit where we would complete an activity. Once that was done, we were to eat lunch and return to the hotel.

My group, The OPP (Oklahoma Planner Posse). From left to right: Lindsey, Leslie, Me, Ellen, Leslie.
My group, The OPP (Oklahoma Planner Posse). From left to right: Lindsey, Leslie, Me, Ellen, Leslie.


Beginnings of the de-stash table at the OK Planner Crawl.
Beginnings of the de-stash table.

I didn’t take any pictures of the stores or the activities we did inside of them, but I can tell you that we visited Paper + More, Paper Crown, and Chirps & Cheers. At Paper + More, we were to design a gift tag.   At Paper Crown, we were to make a dashboard. At Chirps & Cheers, we were to design stickers. Each activity had a winner that received a prize.

On our way to our first stop on the OK Planner Crawl.
On our way to our first stop.

OK Planner Crawl

Chirps & Cheers is by far my favorite store, and not just because of my relationship with the owner. They carry unique accessories that you can’t find at every other stationer. The store is also clean, bright, uncluttered, and has a high-end feel that I like. The card selection is one of the best in the area (in my opinion) and they have a good selection of custom invitations and stationery that they display beautifully, as well as fun, random items. Lots of letterpress, too. Oh, and fountain pens!

Paper + More is a large store that has a lot of things in it. It is part gift shop, part invitations, and part planners and office supplies. They also have a baby section. A large portion of the store is the gift shop and while that is not what I prefer in a stationery store, they carry LAFCO candles, something that I think deserves noting. I have shopped there several times before for specific things and have often been able to find what I need. While this store does not have as large of a selection of unique cards, they have a massive selection of cards from Crane & Co., Kate Spade, Rifle Paper Co., and an impressive selection of Original Crown Mill.

Paper Crown is a store that I had only visited once before the crawl. It seems to be geared towards people who like to scrapbook. While they do have planners, their selection is limited. I will say that they have a unique paper collection that is different from the typical finds at Michael’s and Hobby Lobby. They also have washi and some unique stamps.  I can see myself visiting again if I ever have the urge to delve into scrapbooking or if I need a very specific item. One thing that stood out to me was the large work-space in the back of the store where I imagine they hold classes/workshops. Chirps & Cheers also has a space for workshops (not sure about Paper + More), but the space at Paper Crown is much larger and better for events that require spreading out your supplies.

Our last stop was Chirps & Cheers and when we left it was lunch time. Since we were in Midtown, we walked down the street to Waffle Champion. If I remember correctly, only two of us had eaten there before and I think lunch was a hit! There is no doubt that we all left stuffed and ready to take on the remainder of the afternoon.

Pork Verde Benedict waffle.
Pork Verde Benedict waffle.

After lunch, we headed back to the hotel for the last activity, which was to make a planner clip and film a tutorial for setting up a planner page. Once all of the groups had returned to the hotel, the winners of each activity were announced and prizes were awarded. We all got a numbered ticket when we checked in earlier in the day and there was a drawing for prizes. The prizes varied from stickers to planners.  One of the girls in my group, Lindsey, won the grand prize – a Whipping Post tote!

The Whipping Post bag-grand prize at the OK Planner Crawl.
Lindsey’s tote.


I almost forgot to tell you about our swag from OK Planner Crawl that was on the tables after lunch! We all received a small binder full of stickers, along with a few stamps, washi, and planner clips. I am not someone who uses stickers in my planner but I definitely want to start, so I was excited. Stickers were from vendors such as Lillie Henry, My Queen Bee Designs, Lucindadori Planners, and many others.


Conference room with sway at OK Planner Crawl.
The conference room, waiting for us with our swag.


Some of the swag we received at the OK Planner Crawl.
Some of the swag we received.

The most exciting moment of the day for me was when we thought the crawl was over and reps from Day Designer came in and gave us all our own Day Designer! It was also fun to see all of my teammates win a prize in the drawing. After the giveaways ended, we were all invited to stay the remainder of the day and evening to talk planners to our heart’s content. I had a prior engagement that evening and unfortunately, I was unable to stay.

The event was well-organized and I feel that deserves recognition; it is not easy to execute this sort of event.

One of the things that I would have liked to have done differently would have been to have branched out from my group a bit and get to know some of the other planners in the community. I will be sure to do so next year if I am lucky enough to obtain another ticket.

A few fun facts from the day:

• Leslie (I’ll let you guess which one) can fit a good portion of her lower body into a Whipping Post tote.
• One of the members of my group used to be in the FBI.
• One of the members of my group is on the design team for Mommy Lhey.
• I had the chance to see and flip though the Kikki K Vänskap planner. OMG, I die, so unbelievably cute.
• To quote Lord Byron, “We of the craft are all crazy”.

All in all, I had a fantastic time and am thankful for the opportunity.

Have any of you attended a local planner crawl? What was your favorite part?

I was not compensated monetarily for my review and was not asked to give a review of the OK Planner Crawl. Everything you read here is my own opinion.

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