I've had several people ask me if I know of a planner that has weekly pages followed by daily pages. I don't unfortunately, but reader Fanny emailed me with a great idea to create your own:
The At-A-Glance Circle The Date Planning Notebook has lined pages and dates printed down the side of each page. The idea is, you circle today's date on the page. That way if you use several pages in a day, they are all indicated. Or you could use one page for each day. These books also have other planner features like reference calendars and contacts pages. They come in a couple of different sizes so you can choose what works best for you.
Fanny's excellent idea is to use a two-page spread to draw up your weekly format however you like it: week + notes, horizontal or vertical. Then, use the subsequent pages as a day-per-page diary. Repeat for each week.
I think this is genius! You wouldn't be able to get an entire year in one book, but it's a great option for this otherwise impossible to find format.
Many thanks again to Fanny for sharing your great idea!