I was so excited to move into a new planner for the academic year, and now I’m going to show you just what I track in my planner on a day to day basis. It includes meal planning, water tracking, and even a place for snacks! I’ve got a new go-to snack for the school year as well, and I hope this inspires you to find your own organizational style for this new school year.
I have two planners.
This might sound crazy, but I promise that they have their purpose. It helps me stay focused on different projects when everything is in its proper planner. 😉 I have a planner that is a long-running to do list with daily tasks and errands. I then use a weekly planner for routines and an overview of my week.
What to Track on Your Monthly Calendar:
- Birthdays and Holidays
I keep my monthly view simple since I don’t flip back and forth often. Important dates still have to be inside my weekly calendar view so I don’t forget them!
What to Track in Your Weekly View:
- Shopping Lists
- Your one BIG task of the day
Too many tasks in your weekly planner will make it too messy and cause you to forget the big ideas of the day.
I do write the same tasks from day to day (usually) in my weekly planner. It might seem repetitive, but it helps me remember what is important for growing my business. I also need to make sure that I’m tracking my water intake, snacks, and meals.
Overall the combination of using a daily planner AND a weekly planner is helping me stay focused as I work at home this year. Let’s see how this momentum continues through the fall season.
How do you track your to-do lists?
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