I had big plans to publish my annual calendar post early this year. I even started working on it in October, but here it is December 18 and I am finally getting around to finishing up this post. (Ironically, the same day I published last year.) To help you get organized for 2019, here are my favorite 19 free printable 2019 calendars.
In order to download the free 2019 calendar of your choice, please visit the individual blogs listed below. Please note, while all of the calendars are free, a few require an email list sign up. This is how bloggers grow their business so they can continue to offer free printables.
How I Use Printable Calendars
While I rely on my digital calendar to remind me to get to appointments, for my blog and everyday tasks I rely on an old school paper calendar and checklist to keep me on track. My favorite calendars have space to write tasks on each day, and I use different colored pens to keep my calendar straight.
My favorite pens to use are Pilot FriXion pens because they erase cleanly, and I often have to move items on my calendar around. Plus they come in lots of great colors so they are perfect for decorating your 2018 calendar printable.
To keep my calendar pages together, I use a clear front report cover and rotate the previous month’s page to the back so I can always see my calendar at a glance.
Download And Print Your Favorite Free Printable 2019 Calendars
There are so many great free calendars to choose from, but I narrowed it down to my favorite 19 printable 2019 calendars to share with you. Note that several sites listed have multiple designs to choose from, so there are in fact a lot more than 19 to choose from here.
I had a hard to choosing, but in the end, I decided the calendar from Short Stop Designs will be my calendar for this year. I love the different monthly designs of the calendars, and I was even more excited to discover the designs are available in both a landscape and portrait layout. Although I like the look of portrait calendars, I’ve found that landscape calendars work best for me. The design and flexibility of this 2019 calendar makes it a top contender in my book.
Botanical Paperworks has been in my calendar roundup for the last few years. Its calendar with tips on how to be more eco friendly is always one of my favorites. This year I am featuring its new design – a coloring page calendar. Perfect for my fellow doodlers. In total, you can find 5 designs from Botanical Paperworks – coloring page, eco friendly, inspirational, chalkboard and geometric.
The Shining Mom is another site I have featured before that offers multiple designs (scroll to the bottom of the page to see other designs). I picked this design because I love how it has a different look for each month. They are super cute and give you the feel for each season.
If you need more florals in your life, the FTD calendar might be the perfect fit. I love coloring monthly florals available in both a desktop and wall version of the calendar.
Printables and Inspirations is another site that offers a bunch of different 2019 calendar designs (scroll to the bottom). I picked this pretty in pink calendar to feature, but my favorite part is that this calendar is available with either a Sunday or Monday start. I prefer to look at my calendar with a Monday start, and every time I fall in love with a calendar with a Sunday start I spend the first half of the year confused. So I appreciate the options!
If you want options, Emerald and Mint has 43 calendar designs to choose from. Vertical, horizontal, desktop calendars and wall calendar options – there is a style for everyone. I almost couldn’t decide which design to feature, I ended up with another floral calendar because florals make me happy.
The built-in to-do list and notes section of the calendar from Frugal Fanatic makes my list-making self happy. Lots of room to write and make notes with bubbles to check off completed items.
I love the simplicity and large writing space available on the 2019 printable calendar from Wonder and Wildness. For those who don’t need a lot of space to write (unlike me) there is a version with a smaller writing area available as well.
The cheerful watercolor bubbles on the printable 2019 calendar from I Am Geetha are also available in coordinating cover pages, a weekly planner, divider pages, notes pages and more. There are even tips on how best to arrange your calendar for the best organization.
The calendar from Paper Trail Design is the calendar equivalent of the little black dress. Simple, yet elegant it gets the job done in black and while. Portrait layout and other simple designs also available at the bottom of the page.
The watercolor florals on the monthly 2019 calendar from Home Printables are dreamy. They just make me want to smile. Other designs, including the Happy Life Planner are also available on the site.
Miss Tina offers bright and colorful calendars with lots of room for notes. Available in several formats and designs, there are also coordinating pages for weekly planning. I also love the weekend planners.
Polka dots make me smile and so do the calendars from True Bliss Designs. In addition to note space, these calendars are also available with US or UK popular holidays and observances pre-printed on the calendars. If you like florals, check out the floral design options with important dates too.
I had such a hard time narrowing down the calendar I wanted to feature The Cottage Market – there were so many great ones to choose form. Last year, I featured the Harry Potter one (which I plan to print for my daughter this year), but this year I decided I had to feature the flamingos because they are just so darn cute! But there are lots of great character calendars like Justice League and mermaids.
Blooming Homestead offers pretty floral calendars in both landscape and portrait. I love peonies and the pink and black is a happy color combo for me.
For those who like to personalize their calendar, here is another 2019 calendar coloring page from Woo! Jr. Bonus you get to save ink and choose your own color scheme.
I don’t think I have ever seen such bright and lovely succulents as those on the calendars at Pockets Full Of Wonder. Each month has a unique succulent design at the top and lots of room for writing.
On Sutton Place also has a great space for note taking and a different design each month. I tend to prefer calendars with a slightly different look each month because it makes it feel fresh and new each month.
For those who want it ALL, the planner at The Handmade Home has everything. It is a full planner, available in multiple sizes and designs with contacts, birthdays, dividers, monthly calendars, weekly calendars, student pages, budget pages, meal planning, printable stickers and much more. Did I mention it is all really pretty too?!