It’s no secret the love I have for being organized. I’ve shared my top tips on getting more organized and my top time management tricks. Over the years, I’ve learned the hard way when I don’t keep my thoughts together.
I had found online all of these wonderful daily planning sheets. But let’s be honest, I wanted something FREE. Why would I want to pay for something that I could create myself? So I kept looking, mainly because I was being lazy. I didn’t want to take the time to create a daily to do list. There had to be something out there that was perfect, right? WRONG.
I couldn’t find anything I liked. I would find one and print it out. I would try it out for a few days, but never liked it. I didn’t need one broken up by the time of day. I don’t care if I get something done in the morning or afternoon. That’s what I have my Google Calendar for. I needed something that was daily.
I was fed up. I had enough. I finally created my own. I’ve been using it for well over a month now and I couldn’t be happier. It’s exactly what I needed. If only I would have bit the bullet and created it months ago!
Here’s what it looks like. It has a box for every day of the week, except Sunday because I try not to work on Sundays. There is even a box to jot down to dos for next week. I even love the check-off capability. The OCD side of me loves checking off when things get done. You can even jot down which week you’re working on in case you’re a planner and have multiple sheets going.
If you’re looking for even more ideas on organizing your life, check out how I organize my desktop to be more efficient (there’s even a free template included!).