I use my daily planner to track appointments, school events for my son, and work deadlines. However, I could never find a handy place to keep track of things for myself that didn’t really fit into my normal “specific time-scheduled” tasks. I created a weekly plan that I print out and use in my planner as a ‘bookmark’. I wanted to share it with you in case it would be useful to you as well.
This is my weekly plan — with space for my morning/evening tasks, weekly household chores, exercise/water log to keep track of how many glasses of water I’m drinking, and a free space to jot down tasks I need to do sometime during this week.
I also created a blank plan so that you can print it and write in your own daily schedule:
These downloads are similar to the free weekly chore chart for kids that I posted a while back. These printable charts are downloadable (from the links under each picture) and are available as .pdf files. You will need the free Adobe Reader in order to open and print this file. (Please be patient while the charts download….)
If you are interested in an updated chore chart for kids (since many schedules change with “back to school”), please let me know. I am working on one for my son, and if you are interested, I will post an updated one here as well — and all input/suggestions are welcome!
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