Welcome to Day 27 of the 31 Days 31 Printables series. If you are just joining us, I’m ending the month by updating and refreshing some of my personal planner printables. These are the printables that I currently use, or have used in the past, to help me stay on track when it comes to managing my and my family’s schedules. If you’ve been reading my little ole blog for a while, then you know I absolutely LOVE planners. I think I may even be bordering on obsessive or addicted to planners. But there are days, even weeks when sometimes I just don’t need a planner. I don’t need to know when I’m doing something, I just need to know that it is something I have to do at some point that day, week or month. That where today’s To Do List printables come in.
I have a confession to make; I use the Weekly To Do planner page almost every week. I use it to help me plan the following week. As things come up that I have to do, I jot them down on the list for when I plan out my week on Sunday. Sometimes though, I skip planning my week and just work from the to do list. I don’t do this often, as there is rarely an entire week where I don’t have to plan for anything. There are plenty of days though where I just jot down what I need to do and worry just about getting it done and less about when I’m going to do it. This practice got me thinking that it might be nice to have a Daily To Do List printable to match the weekly one.
Weekly and Daily To Do List Printables
I did share a version of the Weekly To Do list back in April. I made a few tweaks and changes to the layout and updated the colours and fonts to match the 2015 calendars. (Are you noticing a trend?) As I was working on it I started thinking about nice it would be to have one just like it, but for a day instead of a week. I mean sure, you could use it just for a day, but it says weekly at the top, that could be confusing. So, I made a daily one to match. It is exactly the same in every way, except instead of weekly it say daily. One more thing I did because I felt these printables really needed it, was to make them each in a half-size version. So scroll on down and check them out.
I cannot wait to print out some of each and put them to work I’m especially excited about the half-size weekly to do list printable. I think it is going to be a great addition to my personal planner. After using it for almost a year and tweaking things here and there, I think I’ve finally found the right set up for my personal planner. I can’t wait to share it with you all, but I think I think I’ll wait until I’ve finished getting it set up for next year.
Don’t forget, if you have a suggestion for changes you would like to see to old printables, or even new printables you would like to see offered here, let me know in the comments, send me an email, or reach out on social media. You never know, I might choose your idea next!
Are you a to do list kind of person, a planner kind of person, or a little bit both?
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