Wednesday, June 3, 2020

How I Use a Recurring Tasks & Bills List

When setting up my recurring tasks and bills list, the first thing I added were my bills that needed to be paid on a specific date every month.  I don't do a lot of color coding in my planner, but I did jot these down in green so they would stand out.

Next I added monthly tasks that I want to be included on my monthly calendar.  Usually these are tasks like check the smoke detectors and change the a/c filter.

Lastly, I added a few weekly tasks that I want to be reminded of, like don't forget to take out the trash!


This list is a tremendous help when I go through my monthly planner review. All the dates are at my fingertips and I'm able to take care of that planner task in a timely manner! This list assures me that I won't forget anything I feel needs to do be done on a regular basis.  If a new bill needs to be added (yikes!), I go to the list and write it in!  

You can download your own Recurring Tasks & Bills list by clicking HERE. It is available in half, compact, and personal.

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2 comments:

  1. I like this! It’s so clean and I can see at a glance when the bills are due and when any appointments or events are happening. It will definitely keep my monthly pages from being so messy. This might be ALL I really need. There is still tons of white space left for what little I track.

    Thank you!

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    1. I'm glad you like it! I keep it with my monthly planner review list - it's been very helpful.

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