I’m so happy you’ve downloaded my planners.
You can download it and start using it straight away.
Weekly Planner: Print out some copies, and get into the habit of mapping out your week.
I love doing it on the couch on a Sunday night, once the girls are in bed, and I can focus on the week ahead.
Daily Planner: You can print out a whole stack of these, and cut them in half – there are 2 per page.
I use this planner when I have a lot of things to do, and they are swirling around in my head.
The trick here, is to supercharge your To Do List. Instead of just making a list, you can
1. Prioritise your list, so that you know what to do first, and can stay focussed on getting the important jobs done
2. Schedule it into your day, so that you can stay realistic about how much you can get done.
Planning really helps to reduce my overwhelm.
I hope it helps you reduce the chaos too!
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