Thursday, March 19, 2015

Reader Designed Daily Page [printable]

Michelle and I are members of a Facebook group where she commented, "When spent hours of searching for right daily, sometimes it's easier to just write it."

Another member responded with " I think everyone should do this. I notice so many people complaining about not having planner peace but when you ask them what they need, they can't tell you. Drawing it out would force people to think about what they need."

I agreed with both of them!  After knowing what she wanted, it was easy for me to create her design as a printable.  THIS is how I like to make printables.  Tell me what you need!

Michelle's Daily Page has a space to include her top 3 MIT's (Most Important Tasks) and other areas for notes, schedules and to-do lists.  Wondering what that gap is in the lines with the check boxes (circles)?  Michelle likes to note the time she finishes her tasks.  I think it is a great idea and I'm sure we could find several different ways to use that extra line.


3 comments:

  1. I like this. It would work well for me. This is a form I would use in conjunction with my Household Notebook when it is time to work on home maintenance. Actually, my husband would like this page. I already use your Daily forms. Hubby uses a planner, but being a guy, he won't use "girlie" pages. This one is certainly neutral enough. Thanks to Michelle for the design and to you for offering it.

    Dianne in the desert

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  2. I use your vertical W2P but sometimes I do need more room. Usually I use a stickie, but this has a little more structure, which I actually prefer...uh, need.

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  3. I use your vertical W2P but sometimes I do need more room. Usually I use a stickie, but this has a little more structure, which I actually prefer...uh, need.

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