Why Should I Use a Weekly Task Sheet?
There are tons of daily, weekly, and monthly planner options out there to choose from. I personally find it much more beneficial to use a weekly task sheet. The reason I find it more beneficial is because it allows me to layout my entire week in one location. There are certain things on my to-do list every week that are non-negotiable such as which days of the week I need to sit down and write, which days of the week I need my blog posts to publish, church on Wednesday nights, Bible study on Thursday nights, etc. You get the idea. By using the weekly task sheet, it allows me to hold myself accountable for getting something specific completed on a specific day. Then I can fill in the other things that come up unexpectedly into areas when I see that I will have more time. Worst case scenario would mean that I reschedule the day that I sit down and write, if necessary.
Weekly task sheets are much more beneficial to me than other planner views because I need to make sure that I am being responsible with my time. Have you ever sat there at your computer all day, and then at the end of the day you realized that you achieved absolutely nothing productive? BEEN THERE! Trust me! With the weekly task sheet I am able to spread things out throughout the week, while also allowing myself enough time to get the laundry done, cook supper, and do our homeschool lessons with the girls. And there is something absolutely liberating and beautiful about crossing out the list as each item on my to-do list gets completed.
Help yourself to the weekly task sheet that I use. Get out your pretty pens and stickers and start getting all the things done. Click the download button, enter your email address and your first name, and enjoy!