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Free Printable To Do Lists To Get Organized!

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Looking for free printable to do lists to get organized? I’m sharing two for you today! My cute printable to do lists come in both A4 and A5 sizes and are perfect for plant lovers, people who like to stay organized, and people who like free stuff. Enjoy!

Free Printable To Do Lists To Get Organized!

Another free printable! If you downloaded my free 2020 printable calendars for plant loves, you’ll recognize the design on these. They use some of the same graphics and coordinate perfectly.

For these cute printable to do lists, I decided on two different sizes: A4 and A5. The example measurements for the files are 8.5″ x 11″ for the A4 and 5.8″ x 8.3″ for the A5. The A4-sized list has a bit more space for notes on the sides and bottom just because there is more surface area on the page.

Free Printable To Do Lists To Get Organized

Daily To Do List Printable

These printable files are high-quality PDFs and do not require a printer with bleed-printing capability, so you can print these right at home! However, if you’d like a higher-quality paper, you can print these professionally as well.

Since these aren’t labeled by day, week, or month, you can write in whatever time frame you’d like. Personally, I’ve been printing the A5 size, cutting it out, and taping it into each week of my planner. Recently while I was off work, I printed one and wrote “my break” on “List for.” 🙂

Cute printable to do list

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Free Printable To Do Lists To Get Organized


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