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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

The Context Task List Planner Hack

I just did something so simple and so smart in my planner that I kicked myself for not doing it earlier!

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I've had a running task list in my weekly pages for a long time. I like to be able to move it from week-to-week.

And, as Loyal Readers know, I use context codes for to do lists. Basically, that means that I sort tasks based on WHERE I'll do them - on the computer, on the phone, at home, etc.

But until now, I crammed the whole list on a hot list. 


But I found some colorful (and cheap!!!) notepads at the dollar store and decided to change things up!

I staggered the to do lists, labeled them by context, paper clipped them together, and hole-punched the whole thing.

Boom! 


Context code specific task lists that easily move from week-to-week.


I love this!


Other smart ideas for using these lists:
*budgets
*home-school lesson plans
*family members' schedules
*shopping lists
*daily meal plans 


Etcetera.


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8 comments:

Becky said...

SMART idea!

Betti Fortier said...

Brilliant!

Lavender Life UK said...

Video video video I love it!!!!

Lavender Life UK said...

Something else caught my attention here too. The way you write down the schedules. Do you have a blog post on that too? Or a video, please? I know we should consider the time we have to leave... But the way you write it down is very interesting! I would love to know more.

Lavender Life UK said...

Something else caught my attention here too. The way you write down the schedules. Do you have a blog post on that too? Or a video, please? I know we should consider the time we have to leave... But the way you write it down is very interesting! I would love to know more.

Giftie Etcetera said...

lavender - http://www.giftieetcetera.com/2016/01/free-planner-printable-schedule.html

Jaime Barfield said...

This is really neat! I will have to try this.

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to do this; you have the best ideas!