The individual components are as follows...
This includes a blank section where I write in appointments, activities with Jacob, cleaning projects, work tasks etc. I create a master list on a separate sticky note and then allocate tasks to individual days.
Under each day, there's a "meals" section. For me, I didn't need this to be a huge portion of the daily box. I don't plan breakfasts or lunches, really only dinner. We get basics like cereal, waffles, bread, lunchmeat and chicken salad every week, so there's no need to include a lot of space for 3 meals a day. However, on the weekend, we may get some fresh baked muffins for breakfast or plan on going out to lunch, so I made sure there was still enough room for writing that in.
This is where I am THE WORST! I really needed a section where I could list any appointments that I would have to schedule that week. Doctors appointments, home repairs- I'm always putting those calls off. So, this is a place where I can jot it down to remind myself to get it done.
While I have a separate grocery list, this is the perfect little space to remind myself to pick up a birthday present for a friend, new shoes for Jacob or order something I need for around the house.
*I suggest starting a file of blank worksheets and then hanging four/five at a time above your mailing/bills station for easy Monday planning access and daily views.
I hope that maybe this little worksheet will work for you in planning out your week! There are so many out there; finding the right system for you can be daunting. How do you stay organized? Do you have a written down system or do you just go for it? Later this week, I'll be sharing my new financial organization system that I'm trying to get comfy in. SUPER excited about that one!
So, stay tuned! :)
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