Midori TN inserts

As well as Filofax inserts I also design insert booklets for the Midori Traveler's Notebook. All are free to download, print, bind and use.



If you haven't made your own insert booklet for the Traveler's Notebook before, you should start with this post, which gives step-by-step instructions and this video:



Diary inserts

Full size (210mm x 110mm)

Weekly layouts for 2022 and for 2023
Monthly and yearly layouts for 2022 and for 2023

Large Cahier size (210mm x 130mm)

Weekly and daily layouts for 2022 and for 2023

Personal size (171mm x 95mm)

Weekly layout for 2022 and for 2023

Field Notes size (140mm x 90mm)

Weekly layouts for 2022 and for 2023


Undated diary layouts - various sizes
Undated *Passport size*

Other inserts

17 comments:

Yay, for Fridays! said...

Ray, this is awesome! I JUST got my first MTN and am in the middle of setting it up and figuring out exactly what I want to do with it. So, thanks!

zb said...

Indeed, these are great! Thank you!

Aye' Shanti said...

Hi Ray, I'm so thankful to have found your blog. I was wondering if you have a month to view 2013 for the Passport Midori size?

Ray Blake said...

That's not one I've done, but I'll gladly add it to my development list.

Unknown said...

Wow, this is awesome!

Any plans to do any passport sized Traveler's Notebook weekly inserts?

Ray Blake said...

It's on the list. Soon, I hope.

Dionne said...

Hello Ray,I love the work your done with all these inserts thanks so much. I am trying to print but am having a hard time. I can not get them to print side by side. Any tips?

Ray Blake said...

Yes. The files print double-sided on A4 paper in booklet mode. If your printer doesn't offer booklet mode, you can achieve the same functionality by downloading FinePrint. It will print 4 pages on 1 sheet of paper which, when stacked together and folded at the centre make a booklet. You simply the trim to the right width.

Unknown said...

Muchas gracias por toda su ayuda Ray, personas como usted hacen el mundo mejor.
Bendiciones.

Kelley said...

Hi Ray, I saw your comment on another post that you'd had a busy year but were still intending to post diary inserts for 2020 soon. I was wondering if you were going to offer the TN inserts for 2020 as well? I don't want to be demanding so I understand if it's just too much.

Martouff said...

Hi Ray
I made a couple of TN's a few years ago and ended up moving to filo's then Happy Planner - but disillusioned, I've just returned to my TN's.
Want to make more in leather but cannot find 3mm leather for a reasonable price in the UK - any pointers where to try?
I found a Youtube vid showing how to create a 16 slot card holder which fits in my Field Notes made with laminating sheets - just thought I'd spread it via our 'community'.
Thanks for all your hard work!

Ray Blake said...

@Martouff, I've used eBay in the past, but 3mm can sometimes be hard to find.

Nephy said...

Ray, thank you for all of your free work here. I've used many of your inserts for many years, and your videos taught me how to make my own inserts! I just bought a few of your books as a THANK YOU, and I can't wait to read them!

Mandar J said...

Thank you so much for your printable inserts Ray. I use small grid travellers notebooks for my daily accounting and its so useful for me. I was wondering if I can customise it by drawing some ledger columns and putting page numbers?? thanks again

Mike and Maria said...

Wonder if you've considered making a future log in Alastair method. A column, one dot wide, for each month. Then a wide column for the future task.

Mike and Maria said...

Is there a Reddit group or Facebook group connected to people who use your printables? I would love to see if anyone has figured out how to print your TN templates with my google calendar events already added. Wouldn't that be just the perfect blend of my digital world and my paper world?

Mike and Maria said...

@Martouff I would love to see that video on how to make a card slot folder from laminating sheets.

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