How I Use my daily planner
Juggling life responsibilities can be hard and some days impossible. It has taken me at least 3 months to get some type of schedule solidified and I still have slip ups here and there. However since I made my own daily planner, I am able to set my priorities to be done for the day, little tasks that I could accomplish in between time, and also a section for errands. Because let's be real I will need toothpaste from Target and will leave out with new hair products, some socks, and probably a new reusable water canister, HA and - forget the toothpaste.
My problem was before I began to plan my day I would wake up and not know what to do first. It seems like I always had 1000 things to do, and never know where to start. I would get up wander in the kitchen, back to the bedroom and play on social media. Before I know it, it’s 11am and I did absolutely nothing productive. For those who do not know me, I have two businesses, 2 children, and a husband. I literally could not afford to waste time anymore. Not having a productive day would cause my anxiety and stress levels to rise, which led to me affecting my children, husband, and businesses. I had enough. It was time to “reclaim my time” and that is exactly what I did.
What’s included in my daily planner:
Daily Affirmation to start your day
Top Priority (3)
Hourly Planner (8am-9pm)
Tasks List (household, personal, business, financial)
To Go and To Buy (Errands)