For anyone who's into planning or just staying organized then you might enjoy this blog post. I'm going to share with you my weekly to-do list and how I create one. If you follow me on Instagram then you already know that I'm into planning. You see my weekly spread but what you don't see is my running to-do that sits in between my cute spread.
It houses everything that I don't have scheduled on a specific day but needs to get done that week. Also a shopping list of things I may need to pick up at the store,plus my workout schedule and how much water I'm drinking.
The back side of that grid paper houses a habit tracker of tasks I do on a daily basis, dinner tracker, and if I have any appointments or phone calls I need to make go to the bottom of that.
So now that you see what a finished weekly to-do list looks like let's create one. It's super easy and I'll show you how.
You're going to need the following.
-A sheet of grind paper ( I use the Recollections Grid paper)
-Stickers ( I use Me & My Big Ideas 1829 sticker book, and stickers by Create 365 The Happy Planner)
I then cut down the grid paper to the size I want.
Note: I don't choose colors randomly with my stickers.They also coordinate with whatever theme I choose for that week. Let's start with the actual To-Do list. I take a To-Do sticker for that and put that at the very top of the page. I normally put a checklist flag but I didn't have any in the color I need so I put down 5 yellow stars.
I then put down a purple To Buy sticker and a purple checklist. For anything I may need to buy for that week. Pretty self explanatory.
Since they're is doctor's appointment this week I put down a Dr. Appt sticker then a Gym sticker for my workout schedule and a hydrate sticker.
Now onto the other side. I first put down a Dinner Time sticker to write down what I had for dinner during the week.
I always put down some motivational sticker at the very top of the page. This time I chose, "Let's Do This". Got to keep myself motivated to get stuff done. Every bit helps.
Time to build my habit tracker. I go across and put the initial for each day of the week and I then put lines to space out what I want to track. You can put anything.The possibilities are endless.
Then underneath the Dinner Time sticker going downward I put the initial for each day of the week.
I then moved the gym sticker from the front to below my dinner's so I would have more room to write out my workout schedule.