Spring Daffodil Time Management Worksheets
Spring is a time for new beginnings. Along with the beautiful flowers, it is time for a new beginning to get productive. Planning my week with Time Blocking Time Management Worksheets is the way I keep organized. Grab you Free printable weekly organizational worksheets to increase productivity and have your home run smoothly.
I organize my whole life one week at a time on Sundays. I reflect on the week, look at my extensive to-do list, and plan out what is realistic that I can get done, and what I want to achieve each week.
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Starting first with work deadlines, and appointments, then moving to any school activities that I need to deliver kids to or attend. All the appointments or schedules that are out of my control.
I then look at the week, the Time Blocks that are empty, and look at what I want to achieve that week and my dreams and highlight these blocks. I then step back and look at all the time I do have. If I do not set this out on paper, I find myself saying all the time “There just is not enough time”. But looking at my time blocking worksheets I see there is lots of open time and space if I choose to use it.
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How to use Time Management Worksheets
- Print out the Time Blocking Printable, grab a cup of coffee, and plan out your week.
- Write everything down no matter small.
- Start with the appointment and things that are out of your control. School obligations, doctor appointments, and work if you work outside the home.
- Now, look at the block of time that is left.
- Set out three goals you want to get done this year and break them down into small steps. Actions that can take only 15 to 30 minutes.
- Take one or two of the block of time for the week and start one small step at a time.
- Friday is on both sheets as my Friday’s always changing form the workweek to the weekend. If I do not need this space I use it to brainstorm.
Remember only you see how you have set out your week and you can change it or start all over at any time. Life with kids and a family will always mess up your plans but it is not about sticking to a schedule as seeing the time you can if you want to make for bigger goals in your life.
I hope you enjoy the fresh beautiful spring Daffodils as they are my favorite flower. Well, I love all the spring flowers but Daffodils are my very favorite. My mother and I would go into the woods in our small town when I was very young. With baskets and trowels in hand, we would search the woods for wildflowers to transplant in our yard. My love of gardening started on these mother-daughter adventures.