Monday, August 29, 2016

Using a Daily Page for 2 Days

Every four months I make a 5 hour round trip to Vanderbilt to see my kidney Doctor. My mom and I had transplants a year apart with the same doctor, so we coordinate our appointments. The day before (today) often requires a lot of planning and reminders, so this method of planning works well for me.

The tasks I need to complete for tomorrow are listed on the left-hand side of the page. Can you tell I want to remember not to take my Prograf!? I've written it in a couple of places. I have also noted, more than once, a reminder about lab procedures. I don't want to forget.

The time schedule on this page will be used tomorrow. I'm keeping up with my mom's appointment, as well as 3 of my own. At the bottom of the schedule, I've written down questions I want to ask my doctor. If there's one thing I've learned from Kristy at Giftie Etcetera, it's that you can use planner pages however works best for you - two days on one daily page works great for me in this situation.
Do you do anything similar with your planner pages?

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Weekly Home & School Planner (homeschoolers)

Wow, it has been a long time since I've posted, hasn't it.  I feel like I ran out of ideas of things to create - I also ran out of time to create.  We've started our new year of school and I am teaching two highschoolers!  I am beyond busy!

The printable I am sharing with you today is something I made to help me in my everyday school and home plans.  The appointments still go on the monthly calendar and the things to do have been going on the daily pages, but since I keep my lesson plans with my everyday planner, I needed to have something front and center so I didn't have to keep flipping back and forth from my lesson plans to my weekly or daily pages.  This is what I came up with.

Posted on August 18, 2016 | Categories: