I can’t believe we are more than half way through the year! If there’s resolutions and goals you are still trying to reach or you just want to get your days organized, it’s never too late to make it happen! I actually think it’s the perfect time to do this–since we aren’t in the midst of the holiday craze yet and you can set yourself up for that busy season.
I’ve tried a bunch of different calendars and planners to try to get organized but the thing I have been sticking to and using everyday is a weekly snapshot planning pad. I like that each week is on one sheet and I just tear it off when the week is over and place it under the sheet of the new week (in case I need to refer to anything). I’ve noticed that with planners or journals, once I close it, it’s almost out of sight out of mind so I really like that you can capture all 7 days right in front of you with this. There were a few areas on the sheets I have that I wasn’t using though (like the mini habit tracker section) and I also didn’t like that the section for Saturday and Sunday were smaller (my weekends usually have more stuff than the weekdays!) I only have a few sheets left so I thought this was the perfect time to create my own–I wanted to share with you in case this method of planning works for you too!
Below is an example of one of my weekly sheets so you can see what it looks like when it is filled out. A few things to note:
- The dotted line on the top right hand corner is for you to fill in the month
- There is space below each of the weekdays for you to fill in the date
- There is space beside the weekend days for you to fill in the date
- The numbered list on the bottom left is for you to fill in with your top 3 goals for the week
- The lined space on the bottom right is for you to jot down any notes or something about the upcoming week or fill in with a quote–whatever you’d like!
I hope you enjoy this PDF and that it helps you capture your weeks to stay on top of appointments and goals! As always, I love to hear from you and see how you use these PDFs–send me an email or tag me on social media if you share there (@atiliay).
Wishing you an organized and productive second half of 2019!
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