One week consists of seven days. These seven days, divided into two types, namely weekdays and weekends. From the word weekend, of course, you can guess why it's called the weekend, because it's at the end of the week. Days included on weekends are Saturdays and Sundays. Whereas the other 5 days, Monday through Friday, are called weekdays. That is, ordinary days to undergo activities and routines. Weekdays and weekends both have their own interests for each person.
In many large companies, implementing 5 working days is based on existing workers' regulations in the country or area. The 5 days are Monday through Friday. In history, the book also writes to divide the days for work and days for worship. As for using Saturday and Sunday as a day to rest because both days are the end of the week. Surely it would be strange if people rest first before working? So it was made Monday to Friday as a productive day because Monday is the first day in a week.
A planner that can be used in everyday life is a planner that has details from every day. On Monday through Friday, it would be better if you have a well-organized activity in the planner, right? A tiring productive day will gain weight if you don't manage it well. The planner is here to make you able to have the right proportional time for work and rest in those 5 productive days. If you don't use a planner, you will feel that 24 hours a day is not enough to work and have enough rest.
To make Monday through Friday planner, you can easily find it on your calendar. The more sophisticated the digital calendar, the features in it are also updated. For example, in a digital calendar, you can now add activity planning to it. There is already a part of it to fill in the calendar planner. If you want to use classic ways such as using sheets/book planners, you can create one by searching for printouts on the internet. You don't need to make column by column to make the calendar and also the planner column. In printable, you only need to fill it with every planning you have made.