Time management is one of those life skills that requires us to revisit and fine-tune it over and over again. As our lives changes, so to
do our needs and priorities. I hope that the time management printables below will help you figure out your current needs and how best to meet them.
Time management is one of those life skills that we are always evolving and adapting to fit our current needs.
If you’re looking for a little more than just printables or are curious to see how I use these and why I created them, I suggest checking out our From Scattered to Sane series. It’s a great place to start, whether you’re a time management pro or find yourself in one of those periods of life where you need a little extra guidance.
The Forest Simplicity Collection
All of the weekly planners shared in this post were designed to go with the Forest Simplicity Collection.
Check out all the other printables in the collection, including the yearly, monthly, and daily planning pages.
Everything you need for your 2023 planner can be found here.
Time Management Printables
Below you will find a collection of various worksheets and other printable tools to help you manage your time. I have divided the collection into different sections to make it easier to navigate.
Evaluate and Track
One of the best ways to make time management work for you is to take time to figure out what your priorities are. This allows you to determine how much time you need to give to different areas, and offers you a chance to make sure you’re spending your time where it’s needed and wanted most.
For more information about how I determine what are priorities, check out the posts and printables linked below.
- Setting Your Priorities – Make Time for Coffee Worksheet (Full-Size)
- Master List Priority Setting Planner (Full-Size)
Choose an Area of Focus
Picking one area of life to focus on at a time is a great way to build solid routines. Once you’ve built a routine or figured out the time management strategy that works best in that area, you can turn to focus to the next one.
By building our routines and systems slowly, in a focused way, we create and build upon solid foundations that will carry us through the more chaotic times.
If you’d like to know how I do this, I’ve linked the posts below.
Track Your Progress
I believe that monitoring how we’re going is a great way to make sure we’re spending our time in the way that works best for us. Personally, I choose my top three tasks in my focus are to track.
I choose the three tasks that are most important on a daily basis, and then on a weekly basis, and I track and monitor how those are working for me. You can find the trackers I use below and you can find more detailed explanations by following the links below.
- Check out my post Just Three Things for how I choose my daily top three
- Check out my post Choosing Your Weekly Top Three for details about how I choose my weekly tasks
You can also you a basic weekly printable to log how you’re spending your time for a week. This is a great way to get a feel for your natural rhythms so you can plan your activities around the times that will work best for you.
- Single Page Per Week Weekly Planners (Landscape Orientation, Full-Size)
- Weekly Planner, Single Page per Week (Greyscale, Landscape Orientation, Full-Size)
One of the most effective ways to manage your time is to build routines into your day. Routines are like the guideposts that help give our days structure and keeps them moving smoothly. Building effective routines just takes a little time and thinking about what you want to accomplish with them.
I have a few routine building printables that I’ve used over the years when I’m building or changing my routines.
- Habit Builder Printable (full and half-size, Peachy Green Collection)
- Evening Routine Worksheet (full-size)
- Whatever You Want Checklists (full-size)
- Morning and Evening Routine Checklist (full-size)
Sometimes the simplest approach is the best. The simplest tool in any time management system is a to-do list. Taking the time to write down the things you need to do helps you clear your mind so you can focus on actually getting them done.
- Pocket Size Colouful List Printables
- Black and White Master To-Do Lists (full, half, and personal size)
- Master To-Do List Printables (half and personal size)
- Stackable To-Do Lists (small size stackable lists you can cut and add to your planner as needed)
- Goal Setting To-Do Lists(full and half-size)
- Master To-Do Lists (full-size)
- To-Do Lists (full and half-size)
- Various To-Do Lists (includes Don’t Forget, We’re Out of, and Things To Do, full-size two lists per page)
- Kid-Friendly To-Do Lists (full-size)
- St. Patrick’s Day Inspired List Printables (various sizes)
- Have Some Fun with Valentine’s Day Inspired Planner Printables (full-size)
I hope you enjoyed looking at all the time management printable and I really hope you found one or two to try out for yourself.
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