After several weeks not posting you in the Organization category, I thought it was time to come back with a new topic. The last articles were mostly about my organization at the University, but it is important for me to explain to you how to plan its daily tasks.
That’s why, today, I decided to write you an article on how to plan your week through my few tips and an app that I found recently. So I invite you to read the rest if you feel like it.
Take her Sunday to get organized
As far as I’m concerned, I can do it from one day to the next to tell you whether you are someone who has extended days and who will not have the time during the week. Sit comfortably in your favorite sofa or chair with a good hot tea/chocolate so you can relax. So, take advantage of this calm time to reflect on the important tasks you need to perform during the week. Once the tasks are selected, proceed to the next step.
Using a Planner
Once you have thought about your various tasks, get a planner/agenda or a notebook to put your ideas on paper. For my part, I use a planner from Hema who didn’t cost me too much (mine doesn’t exist anymore unfortunately) but you can find others everywhere and at all prices.
I’ve tried lots of them, but I have to admit I prefer the weeklies in which I can see my week on two pages. Nevertheless, for those who would not arrive with the planners/semainier agenda, I advise you to take a day labourer to make it more convenient for you.
If you want more information, you can also go to the blog, The Sherpas, in which they issue you a great article about organization in high school.
Mobile app idea
Concerning, those who don’t like the paper format (but also for others), I recently found a mobile app – Timetree – on which you can organize your different months. For this, you have a choice of colors and can write down your own categories, which facilitates understanding the digital agenda.
In addition, this application allows you to make shared agendas with your family, friends, workgroup and others. I find that super-interesting in terms of how it can be used. Therefore, if you are a connected person and you prefer to note your spots on your laptop, I recommend it.
Finally, I would suggest that you set some achievable goals in the time allotted. I know how rewarding it is at the end of the day to check off all of your tasks and feel like you’ve accomplished something with your day. So I hope that you will find your happiness in this planning and that you