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Smartsheet Contributor Kate Eby on Jan 02, 2018

If you’re juggling classes and school assignments, managing a busy work schedule, or trying to balance family and business responsibilities, a daily calendar can help you get organized and use your time effectively. Many calendar and planner options exist in both electronic and traditional print formats.

Each type of calendar will have its benefits and drawbacks, and some may be better suited for certain uses than others. So you may have to try a few options before determining the best choice for your needs. To help you get started, there are a variety of free daily calendars available for download below. Choose from Microsoft Excel or Word, PDF, or Google Docs templates. All are customizable, and feature a professional appearance and intuitive layout.

Daily Calendar Templates

Blank Daily Calendar Template (2021-2022) - Excel

This daily calendar displays only the days of the week, starting with Sunday. Use the blank slate to fill in whichever month and dates you wish along with events, holidays, and any other planning items. You can also use the calendar without dates and simply have a daily and weekly schedule for any month. A blank daily calendar gives you the freedom to customize the template to match your needs.

Free Printable Daily Planner Sheets

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Printable Daily Calendar Template

This daily printable calendar provides a simple layout for tracking appointments and tasks. Create a simple daily calendar and to-do list that you can print on letter-size paper and add to a binder to make your own planner. To save paper, print the pages double-sided.

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Planner Templates

Daily Planner Template (2021-2022) - Excel

A daily planner combines a calendar with additional sections for planning and organizing your time. This template includes a task list to help you prioritize activities for each day, and a notes section for important reminders. The calendar breaks down each hour into 15-minute segments so that you can follow a detailed plan throughout the day.

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Personal Planner Template

A personal planner is a useful tool for organizing the tasks of daily life — such as meal planning, errands, and chores — along with setting and working toward personal goals. This daily printable calendar can be used for any date or day of the week. Print multiple pages to create a handy planner with your routines and reminders compiled in one spot.

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Weekly Planner Template (2021-2022) - Google Sheets

If you want a Google Docs version of a weekly planner, quickly save this template to your Google Drive account and then print it, use it on a device, or share it online. This planner shows an entire week on one page so that you can manage daily affairs and get a weekly overview. This template features five weeks displayed on separate sheets.

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Monthly Planner Template (2021-2022) - Google Sheets


This monthly planner shows each month in a spreadsheet format with weeks and dates listed on the left side of the template. The horizontal format makes it easy to view multiple weeks at a glance. Listed on a separate sheet is each month of the year, so you can create comprehensive weekly, monthly, and annual plans.

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Day Planner with Task List

This printable PDF day planner includes a task list and hourly schedule. The template is designed for simplicity and ease of use, and you can use it for a wide range of tasks, from office management to household chores. If you want to adjust the format or add new sections for a personalized day planner, you can customize the layout.

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Daily Schedule Templates

Daily Work Schedule Template - Excel

This daily schedule template allows you to set the beginning date, starting hour for each day, and time interval. You get a daily schedule, a section for notes, and a weekly overview. Create a comprehensive plan for your workday, set goals for the week, and improve your work performance by prioritizing important tasks.

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Daily Shift Calendar Template - Excel

Plan a daily shift schedule for multiple employees with start and end times for each shift, the workstation or department for each employee, and total hours worked. This template provides a daily and weekly view, so you can quickly get a snapshot of the schedule over the course of a week. An employer can also use this calendar to track attendance or plan vacation time.

Daily Hourly Schedule Template - Excel

Create a simple daily calendar with hourly segments that can be broken down into shorter increments. This makes it easy to organize longer projects into manageable pieces, or to schedule short tasks such as setting an appointment or making a phone call. An hourly schedule can be used for planning work, home, or school activities.

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Simple Daily Agenda Template - Word

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Manage daily meetings with this agenda template for Microsoft Word. Track attendees, schedule and assign agenda items, and use the comments section to provide instructions or take meeting notes. You can also document the date, time, and location of the meeting for future reference.

Daily Log Template - Excel

Use this daily log template for planning or for creating a record of completed tasks, which may be useful for tracking project issues, preparing for an event, or documenting activities at a training or seminar. It can also serve as a simple schedule for meetings, appointments, errands, and work duties. There is also room for additional daily notes.

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Daily Task List Templates

Daily To-Do List Template - Excel

Prioritize tasks and create a timeline with this detailed to-do list template. You can categorize tasks, track the status of each one, and set due dates. This daily to-do list is ideal for personal planning or shared work projects. Plan, organize, and implement project actions while communicating effectively with team members.

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Daily Checklist Template - Excel

This daily checklist template includes both portrait and landscape options, each showing an entire week on one sheet. Create daily and weekly to-do lists, and use the checkboxes to mark off completed items. You can also print this Excel template as a PDF file for a paper version of a daily checklist.

Using a Day Planner Effectively

Knowing what you need to accomplish on a particular day and the alloted time for each task can provide a sense of control, both reducing stress and making it more likely that everything gets done. A daily planner is a simple tool, but if used consistently it can help you stay on top of your schedule, be more productive throughout the day, and have a better sense of how much time is available for taking on additional responsibilities or managing unexpected events.

The best type of planner is one that works well for you. Whether you use an online service, time-management software, or a paper planner, be sure to check it regularly, stick to your daily plan as much as possible, and move unfinished items forward. Prioritizing tasks will help ensure that your backlog consists of low-priority tasks.

Set aside time in your daily planning to address these items without having them interfere with more urgent responsibilities. This system holds true for planning your personal or professional life, which you can combine in a single planner or keep separate depending on your inclination.

Some people prefer to keep work duties separate from personal tasks and goals, while others prefer not to juggle two separate planners. Follow your own preferences based on workload and personal habits to find an effective approach to daily planning.

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Track what you eat, how much you drink, and your activities.

Use our free printable food log to track what you eat and drink throughout the day along with your fitness activities, weight, blood sugar level and blood pressure. A food diary and fitness tracker can be very useful for controlling and losing weight and developing good health habits. Our food log was designed to be printed and folded then completed by hand. You can also edit the spreadsheet using Excel on your desktop or mobile device. For example, if you want to track sodium and protein intake instead of carbs and sugars, you can make those changes easily.

Printable Food Log

If you like the food log as-is, you can download and print the following PDF file:

Printable Daily Food Log

The resources listed at the bottom of the page can help you figure out the number of calories in different types of food, as well as help you estimate your basal metabolic rate (number of calories per day).

For Excel 2007 or later (xlsx) & Excel for iPad/iPhone

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'No installation, no macros - just a simple spreadsheet' - by Jon Wittwer


Customize this spreadsheet to create a daily food log and track the things that are most important to you. The new XLSX version (for Excel 2007 or later) allows you to enter more details in the Exercise/Activity section, such as the amount of time or the distance that you ran or walked or the weight-lifting exercises you did. We've also included a new section for tracking your blood sugar and blood pressure levels, and modified the formatting to make it more obvious what should be entered and what cells contain formulas. Continue reading below to learn more about how to use the food log.

Using the Food Log

Print & Fold: The printable food log is designed to be printed on 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper in landscape format. You can then fold it into 3 then again in half, allowing you to store the paper in your pocket so that you can record what you eat throughout the day.

The image to the right shows an example of how to complete the log. The Nutrition Facts on most store-bought food gives the serving size, calories, fat content, etc.

Record the Amount of Water you Drink: The circles at the bottom of the food log are for checking off every time you drink 8 fluid oz of water (8 fluid oz = 1 cup = 1/2 pint = about 1/4 liter). Also, you may want to remember that 8 fluid oz is about 1/2 pound of water weight (0.52 lbs or 0.24 kg). At work, I usually drink from a fountain, and by doing a little experiment I found that 1 'swallow' is about 3/4 fluid oz, so about 10-11 swallows would be 8 oz. That will vary of course with the type of fountain and how thirsty you are and how much water you can hold in your mouth, but it's not a bad approximation. When drinking from a glass, I drink about 1 fluid oz per swallow. That is a pretty easy one to test.

The Institute of Medicine (https://www.iom.edu/?id=18495) recommends a total water intake of 91 oz for men and 125 oz for women, but 80% of that comes from food. So, as a general rule of thumb, women should check 9 circles (the red ones) and men should check 12-13 circles (the red + blue ones).

Record Blood Sugar Level and Blood Pressure: The new version includes a section for logging this information, but if you don't need this section you can delete these rows and insert more rows in the food diary or exercise sections.

Advanced Use of the Food Diary

This food log was designed for printing, but the newest version can also be used as an electronic food diary. We've added a feature that helps you calculate your total daily calorie/fat/carbs intake. You can enter common foods that you eat into the Foods worksheet, and these foods will show up in the dropdown list in the food log. The calories and other nutrition info will update automatically.

Edit the Foods worksheet to list the foods that you eat along with the base quantity and the corresponding amount of calories, fat, carbs, sugars, sodium, protein, etc. The base quantity does not need to be just a single serving. For example, if you always eat the same amount of cereal every morning, you could enter the calories and other facts corresponding to a typical bowl of cereal and then use 1 bowl as your base quantity. Another example would be using a base quantity of 1 cookie (rather than a serving size of 3 cookies) so that when you enter the Qty into the food log you can just enter the number of cookies that you ate.

You can still enter values manually into the food log but this will overwrite the formulas that are there. So, if you are going to be using the food log in this way, we recommend you duplicate the Log worksheet a few times so that you can start with a blank working copy of the worksheet when you need to (right-click on the Log worksheet tab to make a duplicate or copy).

Diet, Calorie, and Nutrition Resources

  • Ideal Weight Chart by Vertex42.com - Use our charts to find your ideal target weight.
  • BMR Calculator at CalcNexus.com - Uses the Harris Benedict formula to estimate the calories per day needed to maintain your current weight.
  • Calories Burned Calculator at CalcNexus.com - Estimate the amount of calories burned for different activities.
  • Water: How Much Should You Drink Each Day? at MayoClinic.com
  • If you track your blood sugar levels, check out our Blood Sugar chart and printable blood sugar log.
Disclaimer: The worksheet and information on this page is for educational purposes only. It should not be construed as medical advice. You should seek the advice of qualified professionals regarding medical/fitness/health decisions.

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