I am a planner, a list maker, an organiser and I know I am not the only one, right? I know you lot are actually nodding right now.
I am self employed running a business and a family. That can sometimes be a recipe for disaster. You think work projects combined with school and after school activities, renewal of fees, things to bring and others to buy and if you don’t plan properly here comes the high blood pressure.
This morning I decided to design a weekly planner that fits my lifestyle and that allows me to instantly get a real picture of the Home and Work aspect and how they fit with one another. And then I thought I would share it with you because if I need it then some of you might need it too.
Here is the thought behind it:
Each week you print it ideally before the week starts, Friday could be a good day.
On it you add all the meetings, appointments and deadlines that you have that week for both your Home/Personal and Work environment. Next to it you will find a place to list your top ongoing projects, then move on further and you write down the 3 top priority goals you have to achieve this week, followed by a To Do list of general things that pop into your mind as you go along.
Does it make sense? What I like about it is that it forces you to look ahead of what’s coming and make sure you are prepared.
To download you just need to pop your details in the form below and after confirmation you will receive the link to download the document.
The reason I am doing it this way is that I intend to create more printable designed to help you achieve your goals and feel and be in control of everything. By giving me your details you agree to receive other printables via email that you might find useful and along with that any news that I feel you would want to hear from me. You will be able to opt out at anytime if you wish to and I promise to never share your details with anyone.
The printables you will keep on receiving will be designed to help you focus on the important stuff and to free up some time for you and without guilt!