Free Printables & Reading Spreadsheet

Hi, folks!

This is yet another spring cleaning post! As I already mentioned, I decided to transfer some of my pages to regular posts. 

Here, I will keep all printables designed by me (such as zines, spreadsheets, and journal templates) for you to download – for free. If you want, you can buy me a coffee in return, to support the blog – but you don’t need to. 🙂

I will add items and update this post in the future, but you will be able to find a link to it on my main Index and on the blog sidebar on the left.

Book journal templates

Every once in a while, I give you a peek at my book journal (you can also find the corresponding video playlist here). Inspired by it, I made some free journal printables for you.

Click on the upper-right arrow to open the image below in a new window & then download the printable (it’s a PDF).

Reading spreadsheet

I also occasionally post about my reading spreadsheet (you can also find the corresponding video playlist here), which I use to assemble my annual reading stats. I made a simplified version of the spreadsheet for you, and I briefly explained how it works on this video.

Click on the upper-right arrow to open the spreadsheet below in a new window & then download it. Some of you have been asking me for permission to edit the spreadsheet, but you don’t need it. You just have to download it to make it you own. Note: It will only work in Excel.

NB: Templates, files, and printables are provided for personal use only and may not be resold as a whole or in part in any way. You may not claim them as your own, use them for commercial use, sell, share, or distribute them as they are, in any way, either digitally or physically. Please do not share them without attribution. 

Hope you enjoy 🙂

Yours truly,


Recueil de dessins de fleurs - Madeleine-Françoise Basseporte - before 1780
Recueil de dessins de fleurs, by Madeleine-Françoise Basseporte, s/d, 18th century


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4 thoughts on “Free Printables & Reading Spreadsheet

  1. I love the way you made your spreadsheet, and am in fact doing one for me right now too (using Google Sheets though). Thanks a lot for your materials.

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