This printable planner is for the planner girl who is also passionate about her reading life. The Reading Life Planner has 77 pages to print and build into a unique-to-you planner for your reading life. Perfect for setting reading goals, keeping track of all bookish lists, library loans, notes, reading challenges, reviews, and more!
This printable planner is for the planner girl who is also passionate about her reading life. The Reading Life Planner Undated Edition has 77 pages to print and build into a unique-to-you planner for your reading life. Perfect for setting reading goals, keeping track of all bookish lists, library loans, notes, reading challenges, reviews, and more!
The Reading Life Planner is the new and improved version of the Reader’s Notebook printable I came up with 3 years ago. I designed this version to be a simple yet robust tool to help you organize your reading life as well as nourish your bookish heart!
This planner is for…
…the reading challenge junkie.
…the detailed book reviewer.
…the simple reading log keeper.
…the reader who just needs a place besides Goodreads to keep track of her reading life.
The Reading Life Planner is for you!
My Reader Profile pages
7 Reading Life Worksheets – Reading Life Assessment, Reading Life Plans, Fiction & Non Fiction TBR Lists, and Reading Challenge Worksheets
16 Master Lists
Undated Month-on-2-Page calendar pages
10 Reader’s Choice Pages – including Weekly Notes, Book Review Worksheets, Simple Book Log, Daily Reading Log, Library Loans and more!
24 Bookish Journaling Prompts Pages
That’s over 60 pages you can print and organize in anyway you want!
Supplies & Assembly
I organized the pdf pages so that you can print and organize them however you’d like. You don’t have to use every single page included in the system. Use what works best for you!
When assembling your planner, you can use whatever form of binding you wish. Because of the customizable nature of this planner, I don’t recommend getting it spiral bound because I encourage adding pages as needed but you are, of course, free to do whatever you like!
A simple 3-hole punch and binder will work perfectly to hold this planner together!
I prefer a disc-bound system. This will allow your planner to function more like a notebook and I like that it’s not as bulky as a binder.
There are several options to choose from –
You can utilize the covers and discs of a Big Happy Planner.
Martha Stewart Customizable Notebook System (my favorite!).
The punch I use can work on any of the above systems!
I also HIGHLY recommend you print your planner on 32lb paper. It is the most delicious and satisfying paper to use for any planner printable you use. Believe me, when you start, you’ll never go back to a lighter, lesser weight!