Some people plan with just a calendar and a to do list.
On any given day, that's a good plan.
But over time, organizing your tasks is a more efficient and effective way to plan.
The above picture shows my daily plan for a Saturday, on a hot list.
TIP: Draw an arrow or X out the day once you've moved information to a daily plan.
|Blooms Daily Page|
A simple daily plan shows your tasks for today only. That's its weakness.
It can't account for a task that doesn't need to be done for three weeks or until sometime before Christmas.
A planner is better for actual planning of when and where you will do tasks.
|This is a FC Kenzie Planner (also available in navy). I'm pretty much in lust!|
Instead of a simple to do list, I use a system of four different task lists.
*Dashboard = for tasks over the next three months
*Project (Tasks) = for someday/maybe tasks
*Project (Daily) = for daily/household tasks
*Weekly = for all current month's tasks
It sounds complicated in writing, but as you can tell in my You Tube video, it's a pretty simple, straightforward system.
After you watch the video, consider setting up your tasks list in a way that makes more sense than just making a list each day.
|This To Do List is a great size for hole-punching and putting in a Franklin Planner Compact binder.|
I welcome you to read more about dealing with tasks on Giftie Etcetera. Over the years, I've comprehensively covered almost everything you need to know about task planning.
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