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Save time as you customize your digital planners with these simple Monthly Grids!
They are simple so they will work in lots of different ways. They were saved at 800 pixels by 800 pixels so they will work in lots of different scenarios, even printed, if needed. They are also saved with a transparent background, so you can add them to anything.
Because they are based on what day of the week the month starts on, they can be used over and over again! Just look at a calendar and see what day the month begins and then depending on if the month has 30 or 31 days, you can adjust. To adjust the number of days at the end of the month, simply remove the 31 or the 29, 30 and 31 if its February. If you are using Goodnotes, here are the steps to do that:
First, open up your Digital Planner to the month or page you are wanting to add in the template. For me, I’m going to add it to the Monthly Divider page. I looked up what day of the month February 2020 started on. It was a Saturday. And because this year was leap year, it ended on Saturday the 29th. I pulled in the Saturday start template:
Now, to remove the 30th and 31st from this template, I click inside the image box and choose the option to crop:
This one is pretty easy, I just adjust the box to leave off the last line and click done:
To get started, you can download the templates from my Free Resource Library. You’ll find other planner accessories there as well!
Want to remember this? Post these Free Minimal Monthly templates to your favorite Pinterest board!