Hi there friends,
Yesterday I shared with you why it is okay to do the occasional ‘log off, shut down and refuel’, as I have just recently done.
Just getting the chance to stop and breathe again and getting re-organised is a huge benefit.
Another thing I found beneficial was designing a new daily planner sheet.
This daily worksheet is very specific to my own needs and allows me to plan the day and tick tasks off my list…. [you already know I’m a huge list girl]… and I can see at a glance where I’m at.
My mini break away from online life coincided with some self care measures also, so my daily planner has space for my water intake, menu planning, meditation and exercise.
Of course there is the usual daily schedule, work/blog related tasks, notes and a space for a daily positive affirmation of gratitude note.
I guess it is a planner that is aimed at mind, body and soul.
Segmenting my days into manageable slots and being accountable for how long I spend online and working on particular tasks, has afforded me more ‘ME’ time… and that is a definite plus!
I have laminated this daily planner worksheet (as I do with most of my planner pages), which means I can write on it with a white board marker and erase at the end of each day. I use a small squirt of isopropyl alcohol spray to wipe clean.
The back of the page is blank, so I can add other notes on that side too, if need be.
Although this daily planner is relevant to my own needs, I thought there may be some of you out there that would find this page beneficial for your own use too, so I’ve made it available as a free printable.
You can download from HERE.
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Maybe this page will inspire you to make a daily planner that is specific to your own needs.
Have you downloaded my other planner pages?
You will find most of them HERE.
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