Keeping up with my month of organisation, I have created this daily to-do list for myself and so, I am sharing it with you too.
How the daily to-do list works
It’s simple. Print it. Use it. I already know that I will be making use of this list on my iPad rather than printing a new copy every day. The daily to-do list prints out quite big so it’s perfect to be used for A5 as well as A4 if you feel bigger is better. Colour in the hearts as you finish off tasks in your day. It’s so satisfying, I promise.
This daily to-do list has:
This is where you brain dump every little thing you need to do in the day.
It’s said that you shouldn’t have more than 3 top priorities in each day. This is where you focus down, decide what those three things are and write them down.
Plan out your meals for the day here, or even simply use it to keep track of what you are eating. Hopefully, this section will help me make healthier choices when it comes to food.
Already today, I have failed this one. It’s pretty self-explanatory. Drink a minimum of 8 glasses of water each day. I really struggle with this when it’s cold. I always seem to choose tea or coffee over water. So starting from tomorrow, I will drink 1 glass of water for every cup of tea/coffee I drink as well as one glass before every meal, and one glass the moment I wake up.
Today was great because…
This is a tiny little block where you can reflect on your day. This is a great prompt and you may even find yourself moving over to your journal to write more about why your day was so great.
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