Before, I shared my personal daily to-do list with you guys, HERE. Since then, I’ve revamped my design and had more printed up into little notebooks to help keep track of my daily tasks. I use these everyday and have found them to be really helpful for focusing my time on the most important tasks I have to do that day.
And, since I’m a pretty big fan of color and have a hard time choosing favorites, I made this year’s design in three difference color schemes so I can choose based on my current mood. Woohoo!
There’s a blue, yellow, and green one:
A pink, blue, and gray one:
And a multi-colored option, which I think is my favorite right now.
I like these lists because they are all inclusive. There’s a place for household tasks (like bills, laundry, cleaning, etc.), a place to put my fitness goals (running 3 miles, doing an arm workout, going for a walk, etc.), and plenty of space for my work and blogging tasks.
I’m especially fond of the division between stuff I’d like to work on, and stuff I absolutely need to get done that day. If I’m honest, I tend to put too much in that top box, but I’m working on that.
The daily tasks are also nice because they help keep my mindful of things I need to do everyday but often don’t make time for. And I can help force myself to plan something for dinner, and to keep drinking water throughout the day!
Basically, I think these to-do lists are the cat’s pajamas.
Anyway, just like before, you can download (just right click on any of the above images and select “save image as”) the above files to print at your own leisure (as long as you don’t sell it to others!) or if you’d like a custom list, I’d love to design it for you.
But, if you’d like a custom one, made just for you, I can do that, too for only $5. You’d get your choice of colors, fonts, your own “daily tasks,” and headlines for the categories. Anything more than that (moving stuff around or changing the layout) would be $10. The custom list would also be free of the LovingHere watermark. Interested? Place your order, here.
Are you a work-at-home mom, a blogger, or someone who just likes to cross things off a to-do list? I’d like to hear how you stay organized!
**As always, these designs are only available for personal use. That means you aren’t allowed to sell them or tell other people you created it. If you share them, please provide credit and a link back here. Prints may be available in bulk or commercially without watermark. Email melissa (at) lovinghere.com for more information.**
Oh, and be sure to check out my Printable Pinterest board to find your own favorites. And, you can find all my free prints to download, here. (There’s a bunch–go check them out!)