Personal Development (Back to Top)
Personal Development: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Personal Development part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Personal Development: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Personal Development goals – short, medium and long-term.
Personal Development: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Personal Development goals you want to achieve in the next few days, weeks and months.
Personal Development: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Personal Development goal or two? List out the sub goals so you can see what steps to take.
Books To Read (Fiction)
Keep track of classic novels you’ve always wanted to read, great reviews and friends’ recommendations.
Books To Read (Non Fiction)
Reading’s a great way to learn, be stimulated and have interesting conversations. List your non-fiction to-read titles.
Skills To Develop
Public speaking? Sushi making? Assertiveness? Note the skills you want and start sketching your steps to mastery.
Expanding My Comfort Zone
Stuck in a rut? Brainstorm actions for breaking out and picture how your confidence and self-esteem will benefit.
Trying New Things
What have you always wanted to try? Don’t keep putting it off! Start planning out the steps to realizing your desires.
Don’t let life’s obstacles get the better of you. List challenges and you’ll be on your way to finding possible answers.
What fears are holding you back? Take a fresh look at steps you can take to begin facing off your fears.
Courses To Take
Business or pleasure, fun or challenge – make an inventory of the courses you’d like to do, along with course details.
Looking for career advancement or change? Make a list of the entry requirements and application steps.
Need training in sales, speaking, management, media or something else? List out your training needs and costs.
Bad Habits To Give Up
What habits do you want to kick – smoking, tantrums, overspending? List them, and the steps to get you started.
Good Habits To Develop
What habits do you wish you had – rising early, tidiness, punctuality? List them, and the steps to get you started.
Increasing My Spirituality/Mindfulness
List ways you can add spirituality and/or peace of mind to your life, and picture how your life will benefit.
More Uplifting Home Environment
Brainstorm ideas for creating a nurturing and calming home environment – to uplift you and visitors to your house.
More Uplifting Work Environment
Brainstorm ideas for an office environment that’s more inspiring and less distracting – so you produce good work.
Making a Contribution
List the ways you want to make a contribution – in your home, work, community, country, and the world.
Health & Fitness: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Health & Fitness part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Health & Fitness: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Health & Fitness goals – short, medium and long-term.
Health & Fitness: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Health & Fitness goals you want to achieve in the next few days, weeks and months.
Personal Development: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Health & Fitness goal or two? List out the sub goals so you can see what steps to take.
Nutritional Needs I Want To Satisfy
Which nutritional needs are you neglecting? List your needs, along with foods to help you restore balance.
Food Habits I Want To Improve
Late night snacking, skipping meals or too much salt? Plan ways to tackle the food habits you want to change.
Overcoming Emotional Eating
This list helps you become aware of your triggers for emotional eating and develop other sources of comfort.
Weekly Menu Planner
Plan out the week’s menu to help you take charge of your diet and avoid impulse overindulgences.
Weekly Exercise Program
Put exercise on your priority list. Schedule your exercise activities, plus equipment and times, for the week ahead.
Overcoming Exercise Excuses
Short-circuit those excuses by preparing ahead. List your excuses as well as solutions for overcoming them.
Increasing My Exercise Motivation
Two of the best ways to stay motivated are to acknowledge milestones and to reward yourself. Plan both here.
Health Areas I Want To Improve
Want better sleep, more energy, less stress? Brainstorm areas of general health and wellbeing to target with this list.
Health Concerns I Want To Address
Got some niggling health concerns? Stop worrying – get them out of your head and get them sorted with this list.
Ideas For Feeling Good/Easing Body Discomfort
List ideas for dealing with pain, discomfort and pressure in your body. It’s your only body – take steps to feel good.
Ideas For Looking Good
Simple things can make a big difference – like poise, posture and a pleasant facial expression. List them here.
Ideas For Enjoying Pleasure/My Body More
Want more strength, flexibility or sensuality from your body? List ideas for enjoying your body more.
Simply listing the sources of stress in your life can help you see ways to reduce them. Make a start with this simple list.
Take stock of the activities, situations and people that energize you. Then you can plan ways to get more of them!
Making More Time For Health & Fitness
How can you incorporate more time for health and fitness into your work and home routines? Get creative!
What triggers your stress response? List your stressors, and brainstorm ways to keep your cool in those situations.
Business & Career: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Business & Career part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Business & Career: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Business & Career goals – short, medium and long-term.
Business & Career: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Business & Career goals you want to achieve in the next few days, weeks and months.
Business & Career: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Business & Career goal or two? List out the sub goals so you can see what steps to take.
Current Job: Improving Opportunities
How can you make the most of your current job situation and opportunities? Get creative to find more fulfillment.
Current Job: Improving Performance
Would better performance bring you more rewards and job satisfaction? Explore ideas for improving at your job.
Current Job: Improving Relationships
List ideas for enjoying better relationships at work – with colleagues, senior and junior staff, suppliers and clients.
Getting Promoted: Meeting The Requirements
Looking for a promotion? Create your own checklist of requirements – then take steps to meet each one.
Getting Promoted: Upgrading Skills/Knowledge
Do you need to boost your skills or knowledge to land that promotion? List the steps you need to take here.
Getting Promoted: Upgrading Performance
Does your job performance need improvement before you can move up? Plan your action steps for success.
Job Search: Updating My CV
Map out your CV update – including education, work history, achievements, presentation, cover letter, portfolio.
Job Search: Interviewing
Take stock of your interview skills. You can also note steps you want to take to build up any weak areas.
Job Search: Managing Applications
List application tasks – from finding positions to adapting your CV, researching companies and sending thank yous.
Job Search: Networking
Brainstorm ways to make the most of networking opportunities. Note ideas for enhancing your job search process.
Job Search: Resources Inventory
It’s easy to lose sight of all the people and knowledge available in your job search. Take inventory of them all here.
New Career: Finding My Passion
Find passion possibilities at the intersection of things that you like, are good at, have meaning and hold opportunity.
New Career: Research
Considering a career change? Use this list to help you do your research and make a sound decision.
New Career: Preparation
Before taking the plunge, be sure to cover your bases – including knowledge, skill, information and finances.
Start A Business: Finding My Idea
Want to start a business but not sure what kind is right? Explore options with this brainstorming list for business ideas.
Start A Business: Research
Be thorough in your business research and increase your chance of success. Plan the steps to leaning more.
Start A Business: Preparation
Be smart about business preparation – knowledge, skills, information and finances. Plan them all, and more, here.
Fun & Recreation: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Fun & Recreation part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Fun & Recreation: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Fun & Recreation goals – short, medium and long-term.
Fun & Recreation: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Fun & Recreation goals you want to achieve in the next few days, weeks and months.
Fun & Recreation: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Fun & Recreation goal or two? List out the sub goals so you can see what steps to take.
Want to resume a sport you played at school, or start a new one? Plan details, equipment and costs here.
Interested in ikebana, art galleries, skydiving? Whatever you have a hankering to do, list and plan your activities.
Hobbies can bring pleasure and relaxation. List out yours – plus details, equipment needed, etc – and get started!
Don’t leave your interests unexplored – list them here and start learning more. Psychology, architecture, history?
Express yourself to release stress – or uncover hidden talent! Perhaps journal writing, music, watercolor, a novel?
Photo albums, family tree, writing a book? List your projects here. Then transfer each one to its own Project Planner.
Individual Project Planner
For each project on your Project List, use this planner for ideas, resources, contacts and next steps. Then get started!
Holiday List (Vacations)
List appealing destinations here. When you’re ready to start planning a holiday, use an Individual Holiday Planner.
Individual Holiday Planner
For each vacation on your Holiday List, use this planner for dates, locations, flights, places to stay, packages, etc.
Trip List (Longer Trips)
List interesting adventure or longer trip ideas here. When you’re ready for planning, use an Individual Trip Planner.
Individual Trip Planner
For each idea on your Trip List, use this planner for dates, locations, flights, accommodation, packages, visas, etc.
Reading For Pleasure
Make a list of books for pleasure, escapism, a good laugh or the joy of great language. Then curl up and read!
Movies To See
Keep track of films you want to see. Whenever you catch a good review or recommendation, jot it down here.
Movies/DVDs To Buy
Don’t be a slave to what’s on TV again! List classic films, beloved movies or fun TV shows to buy and keep at home.
Movies/DVDs To Hire
Keep track of DVDs you want to hire. Whenever you catch a good review or recommendation, note it here.
Technology & Social Media (Back to Top)
Technology & Social Media: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Technology & Social Media part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Technology & Social Media: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Technology & Social Media goals – short, medium and long-term.
Technology & Social Media: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Technology & Social Media goals you want to achieve in the next few days, weeks and months.
Technology & Social Media: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Technology & Social Media goal or two? List the sub goals so you can see what steps to take.
Organizing Computer FIles
Make it easy to find stuff on your computer. List out categories for files, contacts, emails, photos, music and more.
Organizing Document FIles
Organize your document files by listing two levels of categories here. It will make filing and finding things so easy!
Back Up Procedures
Use this list to make a checklist for backing up your files. Totally essential for anyone with information on a computer!
Is your computer clogged up? This list helps you sort out what to uninstall, upgrade and buy. Plus list license keys.
Suffering from email overload? Use this list to help streamline how much email you get and how fast you process it.
Email Handling Policies
List here your email policies – how to handle various email tasks. You’ll save time and thinking with every new email!
Email Filters & Rules
Use this form to list email subjects or senders – for automatic filing, alerts, spam filters and other time saving actions.
Clogged up cell phone? List steps for streamlining your call plan, messages and photos, and updating contacts.
Clogged up Blackberry/PDA? List steps for streamlining your data plan, software and files, and updating contacts.
Enjoy your MP3 player even more! List music, audiobooks and podcasts you want to add, plus playlists to create.
Today so much information is right at your keyboard fingertips! List areas you want to research online, by topic.
Want to join Facebook? It’s easy with this step-by-step list. Just add the specifics for your needs and get online!
Want to join the millions of people reading blogs? Create a list of blogs you want to read or subscribe to, by topic.
Starting My Own Blog
Join the blogosphere with your own take on life or a special area. List steps under topic, platform, theme and posts.
Blog Post Planner
Keep track of all your post ideas. Simply brainstorm them, or use the optional categories section to organize them.
Other Social Networking Sites
Get involved in social media. List steps for Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr (photo-sharing), communities, forums and more
Home: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Home part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Home: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Home goals – short, medium and long-term.
Home: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Home goals you want to achieve in the next few days, weeks and months.
Home: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Home goal or two? List out the sub goals so you can see what steps to take.
Home Values & Style
Want your home to reflect: Family? Sanctuary? Simplicity? Comfort? Success? List ways to express your values/style.
What will improve the look and function of your living room? What do you want to remove? Add? Rearrange?
Make your kitchen a pleasure to work in. Use this list to declutter and organize your culinary environment.
Enjoy meals and time with family and friends by listing ways to clear and refresh your dining room. Bon apetit!
Gain productivity and a sense of calm. List things to declutter as well as items to buy for a more organized study.
Create rooms the kids will love – and you will too! Use this list to get rid of old toys and clothes and rearrange things.
Turn your bedroom into a private sanctuary. List things that have no place in your room, and plan any changes.
Use this list to create a tidy and functional ensuite. Get rid of old bottles, freshen your towels or add bath products.
Spring clean bathroom cabinets and declutter your bath supplies. Perhaps it’s time to refresh your accessories?
Use this list to tackle the paraphernalia cluttering up your guest or spare room. Add a small desk or pot plant?
Plan ideas for clearing your hallway and/or making it more functional. Would a table, mirror or hat rack brighten it?
Make your garden more pretty or pleasurable. List rubbish to remove. Consider adding a bench or outdoor setting.
List all the items to clear – old clothes, sports equipment, forgotten boxes. Consider adding shelving or tool storage.
Creating Visual Clarity
List ways to create visual clarity in your home – with art, photos, displayed items, clear surfaces and neat storage.
Items To Discard
Lots of old, unused things cluttering up your home? Start listing them and you’re on the way to making more room.
Items To Donate
Most people have more stuff than they can use. List things to donate and give them away. You’ll be glad you did.
Items To Repair
Don’t battle with broken things that frustrate you and waste space. List them here so you can get them repaired.
Items To Sell
Take stock of valuable items that you don’t want or need. Use this list to make space as well as money for yourself!
Keep a list of all household systems on one handy page – including pantry staples, daily and weekly chores, filing.
Overcoming Declutter Resistance
Can’t seem to release the clutter form your life? Brainstorm your resistance on this list – and start to find solutions.
Simplifying & Decluttering Strategies
Want to simplify your life? Use this list to plan the steps. Optional categories of buying, discarding, storing, and more.
Personal Presentation (Back to Top)
Personal Presentation: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Personal Presentation part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Personal Presentation: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Personal Presentation goals – short, medium and long-term.
Personal Presentation: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Personal Presentation goals you want to achieve in the next few days, weeks and months.
Personal Presentation: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Personal Presentation goal or two? List out the sub goals so you can see what steps to take.
Clothes: Looking Good
Take stock of your clothes and donate/discard what’s out of style, in poor condition, rarely worn or doesn’t suit you.
Clothes: Feeling Good
Make a list of items to donate/discard that don’t feel good, fit well, suit your lifestyle, or that have bad associations.
Get more out of your closet by listing clothes that need attention – dry cleaning, laundering, repair or alteration.
Want a better way to mix and match your clothes? Plan looks for various occasions – like work, casual, evening.
What Suits Me
Stick with clothes that flatter. List styles, shapes, colors, and lengths that work for you. Take this list shopping with you!
Clothes To Buy
Work your closet! Take stock of what you have and list pieces you need – basics, neutrals, brights, new shapes, etc.
Footwear To Buy
Got the outfit but let down by the shoes? Make a list of shoes, boots and hosiery you need to complete your looks.
Accessories To Buy
Add some flair to your look. Note accessories to boost your sense of style – like coats, purses, belts, scarves, jewelry.
Lingerie & Sportswear To Buy
Take stock of your supplies of these basics and fill in the gaps: lingerie, pajamas, gym wear, sports outfits, etc.
Closet Organization 1
Use this list to organize these closet areas: hanging clothes, jumpers and tees, pants and jeans, dresses and skirts.
Closet Organization 2
Use this list to organize these closet areas: coats and jackets, gym and sports wear, lingerie and hosiery, hats.
Closet Organization 3
Use this list to organize these closet areas: shoes and boots, purses and handbags, belts, accessories.
Skincare/Beauty Routine Items
Improve your beauty routine. Take stock of the products you need for face, body and sun care, and make-up.
List all your grooming tasks – hair, dental, manicure/pedicure, facials and more – plus appointment frequency.
Poise & Confidence
Use this list to improve your poise and confidence. Optional categories for posture, meetings and public speaking.
Detox your purse or handbag! List items to remove, replace or add – and enjoy a neater, more organized purse.
It’s time to remove paper scraps, expired cards and other detritus. Use this list for a cleaner, more functional wallet.
Your briefcase says a lot about you. Make your briefcase spiffy inside and out with this list. Make a great impression!
Make it easy to find what you need in your make-up purse. List what you need – and what you can do without.
Happiness: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Happiness part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Happiness: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Happiness goals – short, medium and long-term.
Happiness: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Happiness goals you want to achieve in the next few days, weeks and months.
Happiness: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Happiness goal or two? List out the sub goals so you can see what steps to take.
Better Thinking Styles 1
Think happier! List ways to improve black and white thinking, perfectionism, assuming the worst, catastrophizing.
Better Thinking Styles 2
Challenge your thoughts – list ways to stop looking on the dark side, labeling yourself and others, being dramatic.
Better Thinking Styles 3
Have happier thoughts by listing ways to stop deflecting positives, taking things personally, taking feelings as facts.
More Empowering Beliefs: Myself
Down on yourself? List beliefs about yourself and you’ll immediately start listing new, better beliefs to replace them.
More Empowering Beliefs: My Life
Change your outlook on life. List out-of-date or unhelpful beliefs and then newer, more helpful ones to use instead.
More Empowering Beliefs: The Future
You may have unexamined beliefs about the future that hold you back. List them here – then choose better ones!
Write down your outlook and see how to make it more optimistic. Small changes can make a big difference.
Setting goals that give you a sense of meaning can increase happiness. List ‘meaning’ goals for yourself here.
Working on something that gives you a sense of achievement can help you feel happier. List realistic goals here.
Taking better care of yourself can lift your mood. List goals to help you increase your self-care.
Happiness Strategy: Gratitude
Gratitude is linked to happiness. List things you’re grateful for. Don’t stop till you’ve filled the page -you’ll be happier!
Happiness Strategy: Strengths
Using personal strengths can boost happiness. Brainstorm your strengths – lots of them! – and ways to use them.
Happiness Strategy: Resilience
Building up resilience can help you stay happy even when things don’t go so well. List ways to strengthen yours.
Happiness Strategy: Pleasure
Do you know what makes you happy? Do you do it often? A very useful list for adding instant happiness to life.
Happiness Strategy: Kindness
Being kind and being happy are related. List ways to show a little kindness – and enjoy the rewards for yourself, too.
Happiness Barrier: Worry
Sometimes a little planning is all it takes to get our worries under control. List ideas for managing your concerns here.
Happiness Barrier: Grudges
Got a grudge? It’s only hurting you! List hurts you’re holding on to and steps to letting go. It’s time to start healing.
Happiness Barrier: Cynicism
Is cynicism making it difficult to be happy? Brainstorm ways to be less cynical and let more happiness in.
Happiness Barrier: Negativity
Do you put yourself down to others? List steps to being more positive about your abilities, appearance, life and self.
Happiness Barrier: Self-Talk
What do you say to yourself? List steps to more positive self-talk about your abilities, appearance, life and self.
Money & Finance: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Money & Finance part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Money & Finance: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Money & Finance goals – short, medium and long-term.
Money & Finance: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Money & Finance goals you want to achieve in the next few days, weeks and months.
Money & Finance: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Money & Finance goal or two? List out the sub goals so you can see what steps to take.
Debt Reduction Plan
Get free of debt! List the debts you want to pay off in full or over time, as well as monthly repayment amounts.
Credit Card Payment Plan
Manage credit. List the credit cards you want to pay off in full or over time, as well as monthly repayment amounts.
A useful bill manager. List all your bills as well as frequency and next-due dates. Note bills to set up for auto-pay.
How can you reduce expenses? List options for things to cut back or cut out. Includes optional category areas.
Start listing ways to save money – you might surprise yourself with all the ideas. Includes optional category areas.
Whether you’re starting out or you have an investment portfolio, use this list to review your objective and strategy.
Mange your financial records. Buy software, upgrade your filing, or list other ways to improve your record keeping.
Keep tabs on your expenditure. Budget weekly expenses (planned) and update amounts (actual) to compare.
Set a monthly budget (planned). Fill in expenses (actual) to track spending and make adjustments next month.
List planned versus actual expenses for the whole year. Use with Weekly and Monthly budgets for regular tracking.
List your expenses for the week. Optional categories and checkboxes for claiming work or business expenses.
Do you have more bank, investment or credit accounts than you need? List accounts or debts for consolidation.
Create a checklist of your insurance needs and sums insured. Consider house, car, health, medical, life, etc.
Wills & Contingency Planning
What contingencies do you need to take care of? Use this list to plan wills and other important matters.
Improve your financial literacy. Do you need to read, attend seminars, find professionals or study the markets?
Relationships: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Relationships part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Relationships: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Relationships goals – short, medium and long-term.
Relationships: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Relationships goals you want to achieve in the next few days, weeks and months.
Relationships: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Relationships goal or two? List out the sub goals so you can see what steps to take.
Improving Spouse/Partner Relationship
List things you can do to improve your relationship. Be creative — this little list can bring big benefits into your life!
New Romance: What I’m Looking For
You may be more likely to find that special person if you know what you want. List qualities and importance here.
New Romance: What I Offer
Do you want to think through what you bring to a relationship? Brainstorm your romantic ‘assets’ here.
New Romance: What I Want To Develop
Use this list to take stock of your relationships and plan the qualities you’d like to develop. Be constructive and kind!
We value friends highly but rarely think about improving our friendships. Do just that with this list – friend by friend.
Want to develop more or closer friendships? List ways to get to know the people in your world a little better.
We all have friends who suck the life out of us. Instead of avoidance or annoyance, list better ways of responding.
People Skills: Meeting New People
Note ways you can meet more people. Perhaps take a class, join a club, suggest an after-work drink, or take a trip.
People Skills: Beliefs About People
Do you believe people are out to get you? If your beliefs hinder your friendships, list them – plus more helpful ones.
People Skills: Communicating
List here things can you do to communicate better – maybe eye contact, listening more, openness, assertiveness.
People Skills: Conflict
There’s a happy medium between fleeing and starting a fight. Explore ideas for better conflict management here.
People Skills: Assertiveness/Confidence
Most of us would like to be more confident. What can you do to feel surer of yourself? Tackle your list over time.
Productivity & Time Management (Back to Top)
Productivity/Time Management: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Productivity/Time Management part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Productivity/Time Management: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Productivity/Time Management goals – short, medium and long-term.
Productivity/Time Management: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Productivity/Time Management goals you want to achieve in the next days, weeks and months.
Productivity/Time Management: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Productivity/Time Management goal or two? List the sub goals so you can see the steps to take.
Time Log (Blank Times)
Where does the time go? Find out with this time log. Optional categories column. (Choose your own time periods.)
Time Log (Set Times)
Where does the time go? Find out with this time log. Optional categories column. (Set hourly time periods.)
Does your time reflect your priorities? List your top priorities and ways to spend more time on these important areas.
How much of your time goes on things that don’t matter? List these, and ways to do less of them, in this useful list.
Time Strategies: Work
List work tasks to simplify, eliminate, delegate, outsource, sub-contract, or batch. You’ll wonder why you waited!
Time Strategies: Travel
Use this list to look for ways to save travel time or use it more effectively. Essential for commuters with long journeys.
Time Strategies: Home
Be more effective with home chores. List work tasks to simplify, eliminate, delegate to family, outsource or batch.
Time Strategies: Family
Is family time quality time? Get more out of your time together by listing activities to do more, do less, or start doing.
Time Strategies: Personal
Be smart with personal time. List tasks to simplify, eliminate, delegate, outsource or batch. Have more time for you!
Time Wasters: Unproductive Busywork
Do you check email endlessly or sit in irrelevant meetings? List the ways time gets squandered – and ways to stop!
Time Wasters: Recreation I Don’t Enjoy
Do you waste time on TV or activities you don’t enjoy? List activities you can do without – and cut them out!
Time Wasters: Socializing I Don’t Enjoy
Rather skip nightly after-work drinks? List socializing you don’t enjoy and consider ways to say a tactful ‘No thanks’.
Time Wasters: Self-Sabotage
How do you sabotage yourself? Over-committing? Procrastinating? Identify your habits and list ways to change.
Time Wasters: Distractions
List your distractions – uncomfortable chair, ringing phone, window – and note ways to reduce or remove them.
Schedule: Best Times
Use time more effectively by noting the best time for various activities – like morning meetings or evening exercise.
Schedule: Best Days
Look at your whole week and list best days for certain activities – like batching all uptown meeting for Tuesdays.
Create a sense of order for each day with this schedule. Includes hourly time periods and optional notes section.
See the whole week at a glance with this weekly schedule planner. A great way to see an overview of your week.
To-Do List: Daily (Do, Call, Email, Buy)
Plan the day’s tasks and tick them off as you complete them. Batch calls, email, tasks and purchases to save time.
To-Do List: Daily (Priority)
Plan and prioritize the day’s tasks as A, B or C priority. Start with the As – and tick off each task as you complete it.
To-Do List: Weekly
List your tasks for the week and assign them to a day. A great way to keep the big picture of your week’s priorities.
Master To-Do List
A master list of 20 to-do items with an optional A, B and C priority column. Super simple but super effective!
Master Goals List
A master list for your goals – this week, this month, this year and five-year. Smaller goals can feed into the large ones.
Family: Master To-Do List
List and prioritize all your to-dos in the Family part of your life – and enjoy ticking them off!
Family: Master Goals List
Use this overview to keep track of all your Family goals – short, medium and long-term.
Family: Short-Term Goals
Make a list of the Family goals you want to achieve in the next few days, weeks and months.
Family: Long-Term Goals
Got a longer-term Family goal or two? List out the sub goals so you can see what steps to take.
Supporting My Partner: Work
Want to be more supportive of your partner in his or her career? List ideas for supportive things you can do here.
Supporting My Partner: Personal
Is your partner is facing personal challenges? List ideas for supportive things you can do here.
Helping My Child (1): School
Brainstorm ideas for helping your child with school opportunities or difficulties with this list.
Helping My Child (1): Personal
Does your child have personal, family or health issues you’d like to address? Plan out your approach here.
Helping My Child (2): School
Brainstorm ideas for helping your child with school opportunities or difficulties with this list.
Helping My Child (2): Personal
Does your child have personal, family or health issues you’d like to address? Plan out your approach here.
Use this list for things you want to attend to, or conversations you want to have, concerning your parents.
Make notes here for things to discuss or ideas to share with siblings. Useful for between visits or phone calls.
List here anything you want to do, remember or flag regarding other family members.
Weekly Family Meals Planner
Plan out your family meals by day and by mealtime. You can also use this list as a roster for meal-related chores.
Family Celebrations: January – April
Plan birthdays, graduations and other family celebrations for January, February, March and April.
Family Celebrations: May – August
Plan birthdays, graduations and other family celebrations for May, June, July and August.
Family Celebrations: September – December
Plan birthdays, graduations and other family celebrations for September, October, November and December.