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Managing Your To-Do List: A Free Download

Utilizing this FREE weekly to do list helps keep home and school life on track. Keep your mind at ease knowing that you're on track for your goals.Organizing made simple for the teacher with a full plate that needs an editable template to stay on course. {teacher, freebie, printable}

Managing Your To-Do List:

Ever feel like you have an ENDLESS to-do list?  I know I do.  Between home, teaching, and blogging, I always have something that needs to be done.  Actually, I am often asked I how am able to manage it all.  Today's post shares my method for keeping my life organized!

Utilizing this FREE weekly to do list helps keep home and school life on track. Keep your mind at ease knowing that you're on track for your goals.Organizing made simple for the teacher with a full plate that needs an editable template to stay on course. {teacher, freebie, printable}
It isn't rocket science by any means, but it keeps me organized.  I am a very routine person.  I like to find a method that works and stick to it.  Each week, I print off my weekly to-do list.  The printed portion includes the tasks that need to be completed each week.  I also include blank spaces because we all know.....more things are a comin'! :)

Utilizing this FREE weekly to do list helps keep home and school life on track. Keep your mind at ease knowing that you're on track for your goals.Organizing made simple for the teacher with a full plate that needs an editable template to stay on course. {teacher, freebie, printable}

Staying On Track

As the week goes on, I mark off my completed tasks and breathe a sigh of relief!  I really love using this because it helps me focus my ADD mind.  If I have an insane week, this helps ensure that I have the basics completed.  It also helps me to stay on track when things get a little out of control!

Utilizing this FREE weekly to do list helps keep home and school life on track. Keep your mind at ease knowing that you're on track for your goals.Organizing made simple for the teacher with a full plate that needs an editable template to stay on course. {teacher, freebie, printable}Click the image above to grab the FREE  editable version of my Weekly To-Do List!

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5 comments:

  1. This is a great idea that I should've been doing a LONG time ago! I'm really enjoying all the good tips you share. Thank for the To Do list. Always Primary

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  2. Yes! This is exactly what I need. Thanks for the freebie!

    Sarah
    The Eager Teacher

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  3. I love this!! I have been attempting to make something similar with no real success. I was just never happy with how it turned out.
    I love your typeface and border. Could you make one that has Saturday and Sunday included as well? I made one similar to yours but I just LOVE all the design elements you have. I would truly appreciate it. :)

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  4. I've been using this for a few months, and it has made me so much more organized! Currently updating to add in a few more things I've noticed I do each week on certain days. Thank you for the great resource :)

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  5. Yay, so simple and effective! I will be using this starting now!
    Thank you

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